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WEED THRESHOLDS AND WEED EMERGENCE PATTERNS IN SUGAR BEETS
... and sugar beet yield were measured. In 1997, kochia began emerging on May 2, while common lambsquarters and hairy nightshade began emerging 5 days later. Redroot pigweed and green foxtail emergence followed kochia by almost two and four weeks, respectively. In 1998, which was a wet spring, all weeds began emerging ...
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Why does a Monarch caterpillar or chrysalis turn black? -
... turn black? The monarch chrysalis normally goes through a dark phase prior to the butterfly emerging. If it seems like it is taking too long or there is a foul odor ... . Posted by susanlynne48: I had a couple that were several hours late eclosing after they began to darken. At first I could see the color of the wings, but then they ...
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Desirable Vegetable Varieties: Peas
... idea.) Weed if you must when the seedlings are first emerging, but not thereafter: weeding established pea patches will likely do more ... pease porridge"). The use of peas as a fresh vegetable apparently began about a thousand years ago, but eating quality improved only ... being Rouncival or Rowncivall Pease. But the real jump forward began from the efforts of an English breeder named Thomas Andrew ...
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FLORA OF NORTH AMERICA - Volume 1, Chapter 15
... to Salicaceae was also accepted. A consensus on the definition of Ericaceae has been gradually emerging, with the various families recognized through most of the 1800s now reduced primarily to Ericaceae ... as the basal taxon. Cronquist and Takhtajan considered this to be Alismatidae; Dahlgren and Thorne began with the equivalent of Liliidae. The tradition of distinguishing monocots and dicots at one ...
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Bamboo - Southeast Chapter - Sample SEC Newsletter
... hospitality at its finest. Mr. Taber’s grandfather, George L. Taber, began the Glen Saint Mary Nursery in 1882. In 1910 he had ... in China. It has one generation per year, with the adults emerging in the fall and over-wintering in tunnels bored in culms. In ... buds. Mature larvae drop off the shoot and pupate in the soil, emerging as adults in mid-summer, but remaining inside the larval cocoon until ...
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Bamboo - Southeast Chapter - 2001 Anderson Moso Work Day
... all the way from Ohio and had the distinction of traveling the farthest. The group began gathering about 9 a.m. and started pulling vines and weeds, cutting out dead and ... of visiting, catching up and getting acquainted. We all delighted in discovering quite a few emerging new shoots and promptly marked them with orange surveyor's tape to lessen the number ...
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Rearranging the Branches on a New Tree of Life
... place fungi closer to man than to plants. The revelation is just one of many emerging new ideas about family ties in the upper reaches of the earth's 3.5 ... . In this efflorescence of life, some eukaryotic cells combined to form multicelled organisms and then began to diversify dramatically. Although their flowering has been spectacular, they constitute only a few small ...
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ABS - Introduction to Hardy Bamboos
... of the backyard research with yellow-groove bamboo. In the spring of 1980, however, I began a hardiness test with 17 other bamboo species started from divisions I took at the ... height and diameter than the previous year’s, those in the center of a grove emerging larger than those on the perimeter. My biggest planting, which now covers 528 sq. ft ...
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APSnet Feature - Return of an Old Problem:Fusarium Head Blight of Small Grains
... have continued a strong program on FHB resistance in barley (36). Research on FHB resistance began in China in the 1950s and has continued since (16). In Europe, research on ... , M. P., Jones, R., and Gallenberg, D. 1997b. Scab of wheat and barley: A re-emerging disease of devastating impact. Plant Dis. 81:1340-1348. 19. McMullen, M. P., Schatz, B ...
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APSnet Education Center - Introductions to the Major Pathogen Groups - Introduction to Parasitic Flowering Plants
... in Togo where S. asiatica became a serious problem only after improved varieties of maize began to be widely grown. When Striga was identified in the USA in 1956, federal ... a host germination stimulant and will germinate spontaneously; however, establishment only occurs on living hosts. Emerging from the photosynthetic endosperm, the seedling radicle is negatively phototropic and thus grows towards ...
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