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FAQ - Bacterial Diseases Of Tomatoes
... be caused by a number of factors including feeding insects, farm machinery, or the wind blowing soil particles against the leaves. Once inside the plant, bacteria grow and multiply very rapidly. They ... debris and the leaves of weeds and volunteer plants, they do not survive long in soil. They can , however, persist for long periods of time on farm equipment. Canker has been ...
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Colorado State University Cooperative Extension Home Page
... land-grant university. Current Topics: Fall and Winter Watering Dry air, low precipitation, little soil moisture, and fluctuating temperatures are characteristics of fall and winter in many areas ... changes. Some changes are welcomed; others range from inconvenient to catastrophic. Controlling Soil Erosion From Wind Blowing soil can be an unpleasant nuisance, a serious safety hazard, or a costly ...
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Controlling Soil Erosion From Wind
... beans, beets, or potatoes. Covering the soil surface with crop residues is the most effective means to control soil erosion. Soil Erosion by Wind Blowing soil can be an unpleasant nuisance, a serious ... response to blowing soil has led to such legislation as the Colorado Dust Blowing Law and provisions of the 1985 Food Security Act. Figure 1: The wind erosion process. Blowing soil or soil erosion ...
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April 2003 Newsletter
... area. Call your county office for the locations. DO NOT POUR THE CHEMICALS IN THE SOIL OR DOWN THE DRAIN. After purchasing new chemicals, it is a good idea to use ... Floralife or Chrysall in 3 inches of water. Cover the bloom with a plastic baggie, blowing it up using a straw inserted in the bottom. Remove the straw, seal with a ...
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Common pests (Mites, mealy bugs, thrips) -
... cotton on the leaves or leaf axils. Mealy bugs may also be found in the soil, where they will look like grains of rice. The symptoms are generally a plant that ... a jeweler’s loupe may help. Thrips are most often found in the flowers. Gently blowing on the blossom may make them more visible. A classic symptom is yellow pollen spilled ...
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Watering plants in AZ -
... and shrubs, the objective is to water enough to moisten the surrounding soil a bit, NOT just the rootball. In fact our soils will ... to a certain depth. Then evaporation from the soil surface pulls the moisture back up to the soil surface. The longer you can keep the ... so important, but that’s another FAQ!) and can contribute to trees blowing over in monsoon storms. When you lay the hose down, slow the ...
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Jade plant varieties - Cacti & Succulents Forum - GardenWeb
... very nice jade collection. That Hobbit trunk is fattening nicely and Skinny Fingers is mind blowing! RE: Jade plant varieties clip this post email this post what is this? see most ... Africa. They like it hot and dry with very fast drainage, and rocks in the soil. They do not like high humidity. They do not like house heaters, they do not ...
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Weeds - Organic Lawn Care Forum - GardenWeb
... WHAT IS WEED FREE DIRT? I NEVER EVEN HEARD OF WEED FREE SOIL. ALL SOIL CONTAINS WEED SEED. RE: Weeds clip this post email this post ... wrong it's the difference of opinion. Some have this soil while others have that soil. And no matter what people have it is what they have ... Page) on Thu, Nov 23, 06 at 0:37 Before going crazy and blowing time money and effort to control weeds ask yourself why you want ...
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Waterwise and Waterless Gardens
... swell when wet. It readily releases water into the soil around it when the soil becomes drier. Both of these products only store ... and after to check water loss. Soil Wetting Agents Soil wetting products are useful in allowing dry soil to more readily absorb water rather than ... and care taken to anchor the bag down to stop it blowing away. I have also seen cardboard milk containers used. They were ...
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'Instant beds' - Winter Sowing Forum - GardenWeb
... ) teeming with worms. BUT the newspaper layers are just shredding and blowing around and making a mess. Next time I will try the ... "no maintenance" garden plan. Those plants grow in any type of soil, withstand drought and multiply with abandon. The nectar from the ... from clippings. If you get new growth in bare areas after blowing clippings, it's most likely from seed that accompanied the clippings. ...
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