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Seasonal variation in the biomass and non-structural carbohydrate content of fine roots of teak (Tectona grandis L. f.) plantations in a dry tropical region
... [ PDF ] [ Return to Contents ] Seasonal variation in the biomass and non-structural carbohydrate content of fine roots of teak (Tectona grandis L. f.) plantations in a dry tropical region K. P. Singh ... -structural carbohydrate content (TNC) of fine roots of teak (Tectona grandis L. f.) were studied in 19- and 29-year-old plantations in a dry tropical region. Fine root TNC content was highest ...
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When is the best time to repot and how should I do it? - Bonsai
... pot. > You should prune foliage from the tree when you remove roots. Pruning a comparable amount will save stress on the tree. For ... roots should be trimmed all around so the tree will fit back in the container with fresh potting mix. Try to spare as many of the small, fine roots as you can. These smaller roots are more efficient at taking up water that ...
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Lighting/medium requirements - Orchids Forum - GardenWeb
... bit lower light conditions, and it has sprouted all sorts of new roots since I received it. it's in a wooden slat basket, ... get acclimated to your conditions before it spikes. It's sprouting new roots, which is a very good sign. Keep on doing what you're ... the Mtssa. in the slatted basket purchased that way? They have fairly fine roots and need a fairly constant moisture level. In any case, maybe thats ...
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Christmas Baking May Furnish Date Palm
... a pot that is narrow and deep. These plants form strong downward roots that will actually begin to lift the plant out of the ... palm will survive under these conditions, but will only really form a fine specimen if given bright sunlight and high humidity. During winter, the ... indicate the need for a larger pot by forming a net of fine roots along the surface of the growing medium. At this time the ...
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Gardening Up Front
... cultivation. No matter which method you use, do not throw the removed sod away. The fine roots of turfgrass trap large quantities of topsoil which should not be sent to the landfill ...
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Tree Physiology, Volume 1, 1986: Contents
... acid levels and indole-3-acetic acid oxidase and peroxidase activities of Pinus echinata Mill. roots R. J. Mitchell, H. E. Garrett, G. S. Cox and A. Atalay Tree Physiology 1 ... 36 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Seasonal variation in the biomass and non-structural carbohydrate content of fine roots of teak (Tectona grandis L. f.) plantations in a dry tropical region K. P. Singh ...
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Yellowing, Dieback and Death of Narrow-Leafed Evergreens, HYG-3034-96
... roots as they dry, drying or breaking the fine roots. Drought stress may be especially noticeable in the summer on evergreens planted on well drained sites (sand or gravel), or where roots ... winter. If the soil moisture is low or roots are unhealthy, moisture in the needles is not replenished ... penetration during dry periods and promote the formation of fine feeder roots. Drill 1 or 2-inch wide, 18- ...
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Lactuca sativa Disease Descriptions - Big Vein
... appear enlarged. The virus is transmitted by Olpidium brassicae, a soilborne fungus found in the fine roots of many plants. The virus may persist in the fungus in soil for up to ...
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Scientific Staff - Bonnie Ball Coelho
... rye plots in both the rotation and potato crop years. Potato roots contained fewer RLN after marigold (445 and 193 g root-1) ... plant in the mulch system, probably due to the presence of roots within the decomposing litter and more intense root exploration of ... humidity was higher under the accumulated litter. A small amount of fine roots proliferated in the litter layer, amounting to 1% of the total ...
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Hosta competing with Pine tree roots - Hosta Forum - GardenWeb
... They will be whatever they are and will look fine. RE: Hosta competing with Pine tree roots clip this post email this post what is ... struggled with tree roots too. I have 100 year old maples that have an incredible network of fine surface roots. They are unbeliveable thick ... you don't lasagna garden over your pine roots. RE: Hosta competing with Pine tree roots clip this post email this post what is ...
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