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Sustainability Assessment of Fruit Crops for North and North Central Florida
... . 2 ). Chilling hours are estimated as the accumulation of hours at 45F or less air temperature during the dormant season. The further north as one proceeds in Florida, the greater the ... or V. labruca) Pierce's disease; high humidity during the growing season. High summer/fall temperature. Kiwi (Actinidia deliciosa A. Chev.) Unreliable cropping due to inadequate winter chilling and spring frosts ...
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Zone 11 overwintering saracenia 'Judith Hindle', 'Scarlet belle' - Carnivorous Plants Forum - GardenWeb
... & EXPOSURE IN MILD CLIMATES?(zone 10 -11): What is the temperature range/fluctuation and length of time necessary for dormancy? I'm ... pond water will be 10 - 15 degrees warmer than the night-time air temperature in winter.) Thanks for ANY info anyone can provide. This forum ... light, or rather the natural decline of it. Secondarily, it is temperature. After that it is decline of water and less food. ...
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Build a Greenhouse for Early Spring Planting
... , but prevents some of the heat from escaping. Thus, the temperature inside the greenhouse increases during the day. The soil over ... from damaging the plants inside. The system works well if the air temperature is not too cold, though additional frost protection can be ... be located in an area that receives full sunlight. As the air temperature builds up inside, any snow covering will melt and the ...
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The Attack of the Adelgid
... mid-May. Effective contact insecticides include insecticidal soap, liquid deritox, diazinon, and sevin. If the air temperature is above 20C malathion can be used. Once the galls have formed, future generations can ...
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... future CWD. The CWD, would have had positive affects on temperature as well as moisture, which could have had benefit for ... It would have buffered it (the soil) against fluctuations in air temperature (Maser and Trappe, 1984, pg 13). 285. Logging is removing ... the affects of cold air drainage on plants and potential to buffer soil against fluctuations in air temperature too often goes unobserved such ...
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Infrared Temperature Sensors: Apogee Instruments Inc.
... Temperature Sensors: Apogee Instruments Inc. Infrared Temperature Sensors Measurement of surface temperature is a crucial component of energy transfer. Accurate measurement of the leaf-to-air temperature gradient is ... air temperature gradients are crucial for determining incipient water stress and measuring stomatal conductance. This gradient is often less than 1C, which means that leaf temperature ...
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Seed Germination and Soil Temperature
... the ground. Unfortunately, it is not the air temperature, but the soil temperature that controls seed germination. We have to wait for the soil temperature to reach the optimum for a specific ... temperature problem, then planted outside as long as the air temperature remains high enough to avoid frost or cold damage. Raise Soil Temperature by Using Black and Clear Plastic The outdoor soil temperature ...
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Temperature, Water and CAM, Marilyn Light, 14 May 97
... be suffering from viral disease or any number of cultural challenges other than temperature regime. Inappropriate temperature is, however, an important factor that should not be overlooked. Part II. The ... learned as I went along. Disas keep cool by transpiration and evaporative cooling. When the air temperature is high (above 70F), the humidity must be low enough to permit essential evaporative ...
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Effects of temperature on your houseplants
... temperature. Most houseplants will tolerate a maximum temperature of 25C (77F) with low humidity, but the minimum temperature ... Temperature variations are less pronounced the further you get from a heat source. Avoid positioning houseplants where they are likely to experience cold air draughts similar to those you can get in a hall way or near an outside door. No plant likes sudden temperature ...
www.all-about-houseplants.com

Linda's Orchid Tips - Temperature Requirements of Orchids
... do to lower my temperature? As you may have expected, reducing temperature is much harder than raising temperature. If you are growing indoors and do not have air conditioning, move your plants outdoors under a covered/shaded patio. The night temperature will ...
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