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Carya cordiformis (Wangenh
... loams. Inceptisols occupy about 15 percent of the bitternut hickory range, dominating the Appalachian portion of the geographic range. On gently to moderately sloped topography, the hickories are found on fine loams with a fragipan. On steep slopes, they are more commonly found on coarse loams. These soils are moderate to high in ...
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Magnolia acuminata L
... than 25 percent, cucumbertree grows on coarse loams. On gentle to moderate slopes it is found on fine loams. Here, water is readily available ... . On slopes greater than 25 percent, cucumbertree grows on fine to coarse loams, clays, and on well-drained quartz sands. On slopes up to 25 percent it is confined to coarse loams (28). The remaining soils on which cucumbertree grows are in the ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - CLOMAZONE
... to 6.5. Degradation was faster in a sandy loam than in silt or clay loams. In field studies, the half-life of clomazone was 28 to 84 days, depending on ... mobility in sandy loam, silt loam, and clay loam soils. It is moderately mobile in fine sand [58]. Breakdown in water: Under laboratory conditions, clomazone was not readily hydrolyzed in sterile ...
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Desirable Vegetable Varieties: Scallions
... catalogues from climates like ours refer to sowing in "early spring", so that should be fine). The Bed Give them reasonably rich soil, with a pH between 6.3 and 6 ... a soil pH below 6 is rare in the western U.S.). Well-drained loams or sandy loams high in organic matter and rich in phosphate are optimal; if your soil is ...
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Irrigation
... of water available to the plant in coarse-textured, sandy soils is less than in fine-textured, clay soils, therefore clay holds the most water. Available water (AW) is that amount ... inches of water: Sands have 0.5 inch, more or less, of AW per foot Loams have 1.5 inches, more or less, of AW per foot Clays have 2.0 ...
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Fertilizing, Pruning and Winterizing Roses, HYG-1205-96
... silt and clay composing soil, will influence the amount and frequency of fertilizer application. Sandy loams, for instance, will require more frequent applications because they drain rapidly, leaching essential nutrients. They ... The tools essential for pruning roses are pruning shears, long handled lopping shears and a fine toothed curved saw. All should be sharp to produce clean cuts and to avoid ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Thematic Plan 2002-2008 - ANBG
... example the colourful and diverse displays alongside the visitor concourse. The eucalypt lawn is another fine example of a horticultural theme regarding the lawns and tree plantings, the latter at the ... for plants grown outdoors at the Gardens is frost. Soils are predominantly poorly drained fine sandy to clay loams, often with gravel included and of low, though not extremely low fertility. In ...
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Bribie Island Orchid Society - Orchid Information and Photographs
... species. MULCHING Mulching the soil surface with a thin layer of fine leaves has the advantage of reducing moisture fluctuations in the ... The best mulching material is chopped she-oak needles, but the fine sieved leaves from under tea trees can also be satisfactory. ... some orchids prefer heavier soils whereas others grow best in light sandy loams. Mixes can be opened up by using coarse sand, or by ...
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Rambutan - Exotic Tropical Fruit - Cape Tribulation
... mild acid flavour, which is very refreshing. Soil Characteristics Deep, rich well drained sandy loams or clay loams, with high organic content are generall preferred. Climate Requirements Rambutan require a hot wet ... a large number of fruit. If you are patient enough to do this, then a fine jam can be made by cooking equal weights of flesh and sugar together with sufficient ...
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PASSION FRUIT Fruit Facts
... rind that is smooth and waxy and ranging in hue from dark purple with faint, fine white specks, to light yellow or pumpkin-color. Within is a cavity more or less ... arbor. Soil: Passion fruit vines grow on many soil types but light to heavy sandy loams with a pH of 6.5 to 7.5 are the most suitable. Excellent drainage ...
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