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Alpines from seed
... found a mix of equal parts John Innes compost, 5mm grit and fine vermiculite to be ideal. The John Innes I can obtain locally is ... to control temperature. Seed placed in a small amount of moist vermiculite sealed in a polythene bag may be refrigerated for 4-12 ... . I use a mix of equal parts ericaceous compost/coarse grit/vermiculite, no scientific justification for this - it's based on my normal ...
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Fuchsia Propagation
... tap water. Cuttings that wilt are easily penetrated by fungi. Keep cuttings firm. I recommend fine vermiculite because it provides ample air, but excellent contact (surface area exposure) with the cutting to ... them on the surface of a light mix of fine vermiculite and finely screened peat moss. Then dust them with a fine cover of fine vermiculite or peat moss, but do not bury them. Keep ...
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CPN Samples
... . The substrate is too coarse to be used for sowing seeds. Use pure Seramis® or fine vermiculite instead. The medium is very good for the acclimatization of sterile grown (i.e. tissue ...
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Tuber Harvest
... vermiculite in plastic bags to store tubers that have dried for one to two days. Coarse vermiculite works better than the fine horticultural vermiculite. One opinion is that fine vermiculite ...
www.dahlia.org

Explore Cornell - Home Gardening - Vegetable Growing Guides - Growing Guide
... in deep soil and site gets full sun. Foliage color: medium green Foliage texture: fine Shape: cushion, mound or clump Special Considerations Tolerates: frost - Tolerates light frost. Special characteristics: ... more even spacings and less thinning. Or mix seed in roughly equal proportions with sand, fine vermiculite, or dried coffee grounds. Mulch to keep soil cool, conserve moisture and to keep ...
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Plant Propagation from Seed
... on the soil surface. If they are covered at all, cover them lightly with fine peat moss or fine vermiculite. These two materials, if not applied too heavily, will permit some light to ... at home using this recipe: 4 quarts of shredded sphagnum peat moss, 4 quarts of fine vermiculite, 1 tablespoon of superphosphate, and 2 tablespoons of ground limestone. Mix thoroughly. These mixes have ...
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... be injured during transplanting. Seed starting mixtures Commercial seed-starting mixes are usually composed of vermiculite and peat, without any true soil. They're sterile, light weight and free from weed ... permanent marker. Some seeds require light to germinate. Cover them with a thin layer of fine vermiculite, porous enough to permit light to penetrate yet keep the medium moist enough to encourage ...
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Haworthias Cultivation
... destroy the growing point with a sharp knife or a hot, fine tipped soldering iron. If successful, this surgery will stop the ... with old roots. Pot these roots into a slightly moist, very fine vermiculite, leaving the top half centimeter of the root exposed. Place the ... board". Please note that this is a skill that requires very fine coordination, and may require some practice to perfect. It is best ...
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Oenothera triloba
... to germinate. In late March, they were sown in pots of ProMix, lightly covered with fine vermiculite and placed out on our fully enclosed, unheated porch. By late April, they were up ...
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The Fine Art of Breeding Roses
... See also, growing roses from seed. The Fine Art of Breeding Roses A Step-By-Step Hybridizing Tutorial By Kathy DeRoo ... we find ourselves at the beginning of rose hybridizing season. Hybridizing, the fine art of breeding roses, is a facet of rose growing that is ... the Fison's you can use a 50/50 mixture of Supersoil and vermiculite. Using flats like those that groundcovers come in, you may need to ...
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