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CCE - Suffolk County: GDD Information
... Long Island are reported below. In addition to the GDD Report utilizing daily air temperatures a GDD Report utilizing soil temperatures at 2 inch and 6 inch depths is also provided. Some ... readings) 2006 - Daily Soil GDD Report March 1 to October 30 (Jamesport, NY) (includes soil temperatures) Precipitation Reports From Previous Years 2006 2006 - Daily Precipitation Report March 1 to October ...
counties.cce.cornell.edu

Managing Your Tropical Fruit Grove Under Changing Water Table Levels
... crop species, prior plant stress (e.g., freezing weather, drought), crop load, air temperatures (warm temperatures are more detrimental), soil type, flooding depth and duration. Similarly, drought tolerance ... literature and field observations. Tolerant Moderately tolerant Not tolerant Grafted citrus Avocado Air-layered citrus Sapodilla Mamey sapote Papaya Mango Passion fruit Banana Canistel Lychee ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Planting Trees and Shrubs - Arizona Gardening
... too extreme for many plants, even some desert natives. Likewise, cold air collects in low areas of your yard. Frost-sensitive plants may ... with a high clay content. The low humidity levels and high air temperatures cause soils here to evaporate rapidly. Look for plants that can ... soil to the depth of the root ball. This will remove air pockets without compacting the soil. Remember that as your plant ...
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Read This Info You Might All Learn - Organic Lawn Care Forum - GardenWeb
... like this from the site: Healthy lawns provide many benefits: Lower air conditioning bills. Moisture evaporating from grass leaves helps keep air temperatures cooler. Here is a link that might be useful: another ...
forums.gardenweb.com

Warm Season Vegetables Go Undercover
... for 4 or 5 weeks, by which time daytime air temperatures should be warm enough to produce good growth without the covers. If temperatures rise much above 30C, the covers must be removed ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Beans
... or a little over. Surprisingly, though favas prefer and grow best in cool temperatures, they can withstand up to, it is said, 85. We don' ... is warm--cold or damp soil can rot bean seed--but the air temperatures not yet really hot. The generally quoted rule is that the ... 's probably better to wait a little longer, say for 65 soil temperatures. That's not likely to happen around here till June, which ...
growingtaste.com

Cauliflower
... .--but at temperatures above 68 or so, the curds will either be of poor quality or nonexistent. Obviously, one wants them to finish up their growth before daily air temperatures hit the 70s. On the other hand, early cultivars can be damaged by even light frosts. Moreover, cauliflower (and broccoli) plants exposed to prolonged periods (four or more days) of temperatures ...
growingtaste.com
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HortNews- January 2006
... container can approach that of the surrounding air temperature. Therefore winter protection for containerized plants is essential to the plant's survival. Winter soil temperatures for containerized plants should go no ... send out new shoots. If this happens, the plant is being kept too warm and air temperatures around the plant should be lowered to stop the initiation of growth. During summer, the ...
hortparadise.unl.edu

Daylily culture
... book, magazine, lecture and television program. Organic mulches prevent soil erosion, control weeds, moderate soil temperatures, slow down moisture loss in the hot part of the summer, fertilize as they decompose ... to collect instead of blowing away. The snow is a good insulator against the cold air temperatures. Mulch can be added to the evergreens and newly planted daylilies after the first major ...
mikesbackyardgarden.org

Growing and Curing Gourds in the Home Garden, HYG-1630-96
... should occur when danger of frost has passed, and soil and air temperatures have warmed. Gourd seeds may rot before germinating if planted in ... germination. Seeds should be scarified (make the seedcoat more permeable to air and water) by roughening the side of the seeds with ... do not touch each other. A slatted tray will allow air circulation around the gourds. Check gourds daily and discard fruit ...
ohioline.osu.edu




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