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Glider on Lilies
... for popular choices in your local, but remember that if you actually have problems with bulb rot from excess moisture, your best tact might simply be to find another place to grow ...
ethnobotany.yage.net

Fall Planting of Garlic
... grown under moisture stress will have reduced yields, especially when drought is experienced during bulb production. Water in the morning or mid-afternoon to allow sufficient time for the ... nightfall in order to reduce disease susceptibility. As garlic matures, irrigation should cease otherwise bulb rot will occur. WEED CONTROL: Weed control is essential for good crop development. Garlic tends ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Lilium
... often spotted Hardiness: hardy bulb, zones 3-9 (depending on species) Soil: well-drained, fertile, mulch to keep soil cool Light:sun, tolerates part shade Pests and problems: bulb rot, botrytis blight and ... bulbs to dry out before planting; prepare planting area prior. Propagation: bulblets formed off mother bulb, bulbils formed in leaf axils of some asiatic species sown immediately in fall upon ...
pss.uvm.edu

TULIP DISEASE PROBLEMS
... bulb is infected the plant is pale yellowish- green and the flower blasts. As the rot develops it causes a light gray discoloration, bordered by brown margins. The stems may rot ... rot causes rotting the bulb and stem below the ground. The leaves turn red, wilt and die. The problem is usually not very common. Gray bulb rot ...
web1.msue.msu.edu

Problems to Watch for in January
... rot Herbaceous Ornamentals English Ivy: Anthracnose, Bacterial leaf spot, Phytophthora root rot Tulip: Bacterial soft rot, Fusarium bulb rot, Rhizoctonia bulb rot Pansy: Cercospora leaf spot, Cold injury Interior plants General: Botrytis blight, Nutritional problems, Pythium diseases Vegetables Collards and Cabbage: Black rot ...
www.ces.ncsu.edu

Amaryllis
... : Many hybrids of various colors PROBLEMS: Bulb toxicity reported: Proper plant I.D. important. House plants are not to be eaten by people or pets. Bulb rot: Provide adequate drainage. Don't let ...
www.ext.vt.edu

Daffodil
... CULTIVARS: Many cultivars are available PROBLEMS: Bulb toxicity reported: Proper plant I.D. important. House plants are not to be eaten by people or pets. Bulb rot: Provide adequate drainage. Do not let ...
www.ext.vt.edu
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... and true bulbs. The bulbs discussed here are in the hardy bulb classification, meaning their growth cycle requires a cold period (our winter ... the hole where the bulb is to sit, as it may harm the newly forming roots and encourage bulb rot. Planting Decide on a ... But be careful not to overwater. Soggy, wet conditions will promote bulb rot. Fertilize lightly as the flowers begin to decline, using a ...
www.extension.umn.edu

Iris Bulb Planting Depth -- Confused!! - Iris Forum - GardenWeb
... Return to the Iris Forum | Post a Follow-Up Iris Bulb Planting Depth -- Confused!! clip this post email this post what is ... rot and death. The Dutch iris may need winter protection in your zone?? Do any local gardens have them year round in the ground? RE: Iris Bulb ... you needed help and actually knew about everything! RE: Iris Bulb Planting Depth -- Confused!! clip this post email this post what is ...
forums.gardenweb.com

bulb.com: Flowers and the Facts of Life
... other Bulbs It's a fact of life: to enjoy the glorious bulb flowers that bloom in spring such as tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, crocus ... just fine in almost any location that offers good drainage. Bulbs will rot in standing water so avoid areas prone to flooding, such as ... dream all winter of the glorious spring that awaits you. BULB BASICS WHAT IS A BULB? BULBS AND THE FACTS OF LIFE FAQ'S TOP ...
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