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Deciduous Fruit for North Florida
... growth. Chilling requirements Most deciduous fruit trees, including stone fruits, require accumulated exposure to cool temperatures during winter dormancy for the resumption of normal growth the following spring. This requirement ... and activation of cambial growth of the trunk during warm periods, followed by freezing temperatures in the winter, may cause bark to split and cold cankers to develop. ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Ethnobotany Garden - "JL Hudson on Seed Germination"
... best at cool temperatures. Plants from winter rain-areas like California, the Mediterranean, Chile, S. Africa, and parts of Australia also like cool temperatures. Warm temperatures will often speed germination of these seeds, but lower vigor and survival. Warm desert plants and tropicals like warmth. Temperatures used in this catalog are: Cold (34-45 F), Cool ...
ethnobotany.yage.net

OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... pumpkin, you'll need about 3 to 4 months of warm growing days with daytime temperatures above 75 degrees F. Suitable varieties given for Oregon conditions. Hints for growing a giant ... . Plant heat-loving eggplants in May Eggplants are tropical in origin and therefore sensitive to cool temperatures. Harvest eggplants before they become seedy Harvest time is here for eggplants. Timing of picking ...
extension.oregonstate.edu

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR HAND-RAISING BUTTERFLIES & MOTHS -
... a need to feed your unreleased butterflies. In the wild, lack of sunshine and/or cool temperatures will make butterflies inactive, reducing their need for feeding. There has been quite a ... prolong their lives until females are available. The recommended temperature is 55 degrees. Colder temperatures can cause behavior changes that will render them incapable of mating. Entered by Larry_Gene ...
faq.gardenweb.com

Propagating Your Cactus
... they have begun to crowd one another. Newly potted seedlings should be kept in a cool location with bright light for several weeks. After this time, they can be slowly introduced ... will root in a standard well-drained cactus mixture if provided with bright light and cool temperatures for several months. Although the cuttings may not have a developed a root system, resist ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Leaf Coloration
... plants have a high level of chlorophyll, so they appear bright green. As temperatures begin to decline, and days begin to shorten in late summer, the chlorophyll ... summer temperatures, to cool autumn temperatures. These conditions speed the breakdown of chlorophyll, and increase the productions of anthocyanins and carotenoids, to produce bright clear colours. While early cool temperatures bring ...
gardenline.usask.ca
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Beans
... . or a little over. Surprisingly, though favas prefer and grow best in cool temperatures, they can withstand up to, it is said, 85. We don't ... warm--cold or damp soil can rot bean seed--but the air temperatures not yet really hot. The generally quoted rule is that the ... 's probably better to wait a little longer, say for 65 soil temperatures. That's not likely to happen around here till June, which ...
growingtaste.com

Desirable Vegetable Varieties: Parsley Root
... soil temperature for optimum germination is fairly high, though they are viable down to rather cool temperatures. In our climate, most sources agree that you can sow from "early spring" till well ... in fairly warm (but not hot, lest you cook them) water, then let the water cool quickly; leave the seeds in the water--kept lukewarm--for about 12 hours before planting ...
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Odontoglossum Alliance, Cool-Growing Genera
... Cool-Growing Genera The Orchid House Odontoglossum Alliance, Cool-Growing Genera Odontoglossum grande Miltonia Celle "Wasserfall" These New World Tropics, high-altitude orchids are popular where cool temperatures ...
retirees.uwaterloo.ca

How to Care for Cool-Growing Orchids - eHow.com
... weHow Web eHow Home Home & Garden Growing Growing Orchids How to Care for Cool-Growing Orchids comment digg it del.icio.us print email Rate This Article: Thanks ... . Difficulty: Moderately Easy Cool-growing orchids, including cymbidiums, odontoglossums, masdevallias and many paphiopedilum, prefer nighttime temperatures between 50 and 55 degrees F and daytime temperatures between 60 and 75 ...
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