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Deciduous Fruit for North Florida
... stone fruits, require accumulated exposure to cool temperatures during winter dormancy for the resumption of normal growth the following spring. ... hours of exposure to temperatures below 45F to break dormancy andinitiate spring growth.y 10 = most desirable; 1 = least desirable ... hours of exposure to temperatures below 45F to break dormancy and initiate spring growth.y 10 = most desirable; 1 = least ...
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Growing Potatoes in the Florida Home Garden
... tubers can be stored for a few days in the light at room temperature to break dormancy. Do not store tubers in direct sunlight. Seed potatoes should be cut so that each ... emerges around ten days to two weeks after planting depending on depth of planting and dormancy of the seed piece. Soil can be moved from the furrows between rows and used ...
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Cutting back in the fall - Ornamental Grasses Forum - GardenWeb
... protection in winter. In late winter, clear out the accumulated leaves, and when the grasses break dormancy, cut the stalks back the rest of the way. RE: Cutting back in the fall ...
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Sweet Autumn Clematis from seed - Clematis Forum - GardenWeb
... the easiest from seed. Although a cold period isn't required, I've found they break dormancy much easier with a cold period. These things sprout like crazy around the base of ...
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... Some seeds, before they will germinate, need a cold period to break dormancy . Below are a few of the directions listed on the labels for some of those ...
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Desirable Herb Varieties: Saffron
... "dormant"; then, with the return of autumn, the bulb breaks dormancy and sends up new leaves, then its flowers, and the ... leaf die-back begins. In the autumn, the plant will break dormancy and leaves (with flowers soon to follow), will start coming ... a small amount of balanced fertilizer annually when the bulbs break dormancy will be beneficial. Relevant Links Besides any links presented above ...
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Seed Starter's Guide
... a refrigerator or freezer for a period of time ranging from days to weeks. Seeds break dormancy when they are exposed to room temperature following stratification. The time and temperature of stratification ...
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California Backyard Orchard: The Big Picture
... important climatic factor that influences bud break, fruit set, and fruit development. Most varieties require from 200 to 2000 chilling hours in the winter to break dormancy in a normal manner. Insufficient chilling ...
homeorchard.ucdavis.edu

Get Growing Gardening Tips 61- Dormancy and Plants
... hardiness. Many dormant buds, just like many seeds, require cold to break dormancy. If branches of flowering trees are brought into the house during ... early spring they will flower. Cold is not required to break the dormancy in all cases. In the potato, in which the ... to break the dormancy of seeds. For example, for some species, if moist seed is exposed to a low temperature for many days, dormancy ...
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Dormancy and Indoor Bonsai
... fatal if the plant does not receive the necessary period of cold temperatures required to break the dormancy. To summarize, temperate climate plants require a cold dormant period. They have internal ... protected to a greater extent than top growth in container plants. Breaking Dormancy In order for these species to break dormancy and begin growing again they must acquire the requisite number of ...
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