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Red Stele Root Rot of Strawberry, HYG-3014-95
... few new roots, when compared with the roots of healthy plants that have thick and bushy roots with many secondary feeding roots. Infected strawberry roots usually appear gray, while the new roots of a ... red stele usually have few fine lateral roots so the main fleshy roots have a "rat-tail" appearance (Figure 1). During intermediate stages of disease development, these fleshy roots will be white near ...
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Black Root Rot of Strawberry, HYG-3028-94
... roots and fine lateral roots will be seen on healthy plants, and the interior of the older woody roots is yellowish - white. With black root rot, there is usually a loss of many fine lateral roots, and irregular black patches occur along the length of the fleshy white roots. In severely affected plants, these black patches grow together so that no white roots are ...
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Abies magnifica A
... extending more than 1 m (3 ft) deep, with very poor lateral root development in the upper 30 cm (12 in). This ... soils are subject to ice crystal formation and severe frost heaving. Fine lateral roots are probably killed by mechanical damage during ice formation and frost ... infection is restricted primarily to heart rot of butt and major roots, leading to windthrow and stem breakage (4). Some degree of ...
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Carya myristiciformis (Michx
... probably sprouts readily from small stumps, injured or top-killed seedlings and saplings, and from roots (2). Large stumps do not readily sprout, hence the larger the stump, the more ... well-drained soil. Seedlings of hickory quickly develop a heavy taproot and fine lateral roots. During the pole stage, a robust, spreading lateral root system is developed. Reaction to Competition- Nutmeg hickory is ...
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Deciduous Fruit for North Florida
... of weeds to prevent heavy competition with the shallow roots. Older trees can be cultivated less frequently. Mulching ... framework of the tree. Usually, two or three exceptionally vigorous lateral shoots will develop just below the heading back cut ... fine yes Tenn small red blush semi-fine yes Flordahome medium yellowish-green fine yes Ayers large red blush semi-fine yes Hood large yellowish-green fine ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Obtaining Maximum Growith in Pre Bonsai
... aids in general cell functioning. A balanced fertilizer seems to work just fine under normal conditions (all the numbers for NPK are the same ... I know it is the lateral roots near the surface of the soil that feed the tree. The vertical and/or tap roots are used for ... bonsai. Taps roots are a phenomenon of seedlings. If you cut the tap root off a seedling, it will only form lateral roots and never ...
www.evergreengardenworks.com

CSSA Newsletters #17
... window screen may be used), to eliminate the fine particles. From the five choices, sand is ... in succulents are that of tuberous roots. In this system the lateral roots are extremely thick and fleshy for ... roots that collectors seek is that of thick taproot type. A taproot is the first root sent down after germination, these roots continue to grow and thicken with little lateral growth. These roots ...
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NUT TREE GROWING IN KENTUCKYtc
... roots in water for 24 hours before planting. ● Prune off broken roots and shorten long ones before planting. ● Dig a deep hole, wide enough so that lateral roots ... -pollination with 'Hansen' have resulted in some superior cultivars. Lateral bearing. Colby - Medium size nut has a thin shell. It ... just large enough to be seen with a hand lens. Fine webbing may be seen on leaves if mite populations ...
www.pawpaw.kysu.edu

RoseFile Essays
... in soil composition, most plants will not send new roots across the boundary, so if the soil in ... lateral roots extending far beyond their drip line. These roots effectively gobble up water and nutrients. If you encounter roots as you dig the rose's hole you can be sure that the roots ... in every direction, and frequently reap poor results. One fine spring afternoon I planted five Floribundas in an arc ...
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Blackberry and Raspberry
... the brambles, with very little commercial production compared to blackberries or red raspberries. They make fine garden plants in the mid-Atlantic region of the eastern US, the Midwest, and Pacific ... late summer, when canes have numerous shoot tips, shoot tips are buried in shallow holes. Lateral roots form on stems, and the following spring, layered plants can be dug and transplanted. Leafy ...
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