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wendeyzee - Rate & Review Exchanges Forum - GardenWeb
... in general..lol. More than generous, prompt trader, beyond organized, her packaging makes recieving her seed a memorable and special event. :-) RE: wendeyzee clip this post email this post what is ... had some chaff, yet took the time & effort to pack separately an example of the clean seed. Great communication, packaging, labelling. Couldn't be happier. RE: wendeyzee clip this post email this ...
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Late Blight of Potato
... of infection it is too late to use any kind of fungicidal spray. Prevention: Use clean seed Check plants frequently Have suspicious lesions checked by an expert Carefully bag and remove infected ...
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Scab on Potatoes
... are the most effective and include the following: Do not plant scab-infected tubers. Use clean seed every year. Rotate planting site for potatoes Keep soil moisture high at tuber set (4 ...
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Virus Diseases of Greenhouse HYG-3065-96
... as root rots and nutritional problems. Since CMV can be seed transmitted, symptoms can be seen in very young plants. TMV ... Clean Seed and Stock Viruses such as CMV, TomRSV, and TRSV can all be seed transmitted. It is important when purchasing seed for next year's crop that seed ... should be quarantined until it can be determined to be clean. Some producers state on their stock material that the stock ...
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Hot Water and Chlorine Treatment of Vegetable Seeds to Eradicate Bacterial Plant Pathogens
... very important to start with clean seed. Clean seed can be obtained by applying one of the treatments described below to kill bacterial pathogens on and/or within the seed. When treating vegetable seeds ... pesticides, or other chemicals are located. Step 6: Dust seed with Thiram 75WP (1 tsp/1 lb seed) once the seed is completely dry. Seed Water temperature Minutes F C Brussels sprouts, eggplant, ...
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Vegetable Crops pt 2
... (nematode - Meloidogyne spp.): CORN (SWEET) Zea mays var. saccharata Seed Rots and Seedling Disease (fungi - Pythium spp. Macrophomina phaseolina , ... adequate fertilizer, and irrigation (furrow) will help reduce losses. Use clean seed and follow a thorough spray program when this disease ... and 82 degrees F. Control is achieved by using clean seed, long rotations (four years or longer), planting in well ...
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Ethnobotany Garden - "JL Hudson on Seed Germination"
... Barely cover small seed, and sprinkle fine seed on the surface and water by misting. Plant flat seed edgewise and winged seed with the wing uppermost ... a light, sterile, peaty mix which has been watered with clean sterile water about 4 hours before sowing. Cover pot with ... allowed to dry out, and very slow-growing seedlings. Small clean pots are filled with damp, sterile, soiless mix. Milled spaghnum ...
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Growing lotus from seed - Bog Garden Forum - GardenWeb
... their own lotus. ---Margaret Follow-Up Postings: RE: Growing lotus from seed clip this post email this post what is this? see most ... are very rewarding and beautiful. Lovely website! Anthirum RE: Growing lotus from seed clip this post email this post what is this? see most ... clean and changed. Any comments? 2. Why can't I print out some of the pages? some good tips given. RE: Growing lotus from seed ...
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Alpines from seed
... seed to warm temperatures during the winter months, useful for some genera as Alstroemeria which may then germinate treated subsequently with cold. HOW TO SOW Have a supply of clean ... of bonemeal mixed in to be ideal. SOWING The mandatory clean pots should be filled to within 1/2 of ... allow any ungerminated seed a second chance to develop. Gently tap the compost out of the pot into a clean tray ...
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Seed starting- How to sow and start perennial plants from seed.
... retentive. There are a number of good mediums made specifically for starting seed - they might cost a little more than other potting mediums but ... in a good medium than a poor one. Your medium should be clean and sterile to prevent damping off, I try to use new ... - in the plastic bags you can expect to have greater rates of seed germination and quicker germination, for some seeds it will cut the ...
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