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Managing Your Tropical Fruit Grove Under Changing Water Table Levels
... tolerance is dependent upon crop species, prior plant stress, and crop load. Flood Tolerance Definitions Tolerant - Flood tolerant fruit crops will survive excessively wet (high water table) and flooded ... root diseases may develop and result in tree damage or death. Moderately tolerant - Moderately flood tolerant trees will survive several days of excessively wet or flooded soil conditions. ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Shrubs (1-25')
... disturbed land, limestone and clay Features Large, fragrant flowers, deep green foliage, red fruit. Shade tolerant. *(bf) *(bd) *(w) Dense, steeple-shaped 2-3" long flower clusters. *(bf-l) *(bd) ... dense colonies. Blue-green summer foliage. Does well in dry, acidic, infertile soils; shade and flood tolerant. Sweet berries. *(w) *(bd) Dark green foliage and excellent fall color. Dark blue berries; ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Special Use Considerations—The Tree Guide at arborday.org
... buffers, select trees that are tolerant of wet soil. Flooding and its Effect on Trees, published by the USDA Forest Service, rates the following among the flood tolerant: Ash, Baldcypress, Elm, Hickory, Honeylocust ...
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BlackBeauty_Facts
... to 10 feet tall by 4 feet wide. CULTURE: Full sun, soil adaptable, drought and flood tolerant. This colorful shrub can be grown several ways depending upon what you want to accomplish ...
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River birch
... , is the only southern birch that grows in coastal plains; however, it is not very flood tolerant and may suffer during extended inundation. The wood, which is strong and able to be ... , alluvial soils in low areas, wet sites, and along stream banks. However, it is somewhat tolerant of acidic and clay soils. It is most often seen with mixed hardwoods. Photo Click ...
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veglist
... the flood level is often marked by the presence of the black turlough moss - Cinclidotus fontinaloides, which covers walls, rocks or tree branches. Fontinalis antipyretica is a moss that is more tolerant ... the vegetation is dominated by sedges and rushes. Heavy grazing results in the removal of flood tolerant scrub such as Salix spp. These influences result in a mosaic of vegetation zones that ...
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Tree Physiology, Volume 26, 2006: Contents
... Text ] Photosynthesis and photoassimilate transport during root hypoxia in Melaleuca cajuputi, a flood-tolerant species, and in Eucalyptus camaldulensis, a moderately flood-tolerant species Satoshi Kogawara, Takashi Yamanoshita, Mariko Norisada, Masaya Masumori and Katsumi ...
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Photosynthesis and photoassimilate transport during root hypoxia in Melaleuca cajuputi, a flood-tolerant species, and in Eucalyptus camaldulensis, a moderately flood-tolerant species
... root hypoxia in Melaleuca cajuputi, a flood-tolerant species, and in Eucalyptus camaldulensis, a moderately flood-tolerant species Home Editors Contents Contribute Subscribe Contact Tree ... photoassimilate transport during root hypoxia in Melaleuca cajuputi, a flood-tolerant species, and in Eucalyptus camaldulensis, a moderately flood-tolerant species Satoshi Kogawara (1, 2, 3), Takashi Yamanoshita ...
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... Flood severity is another factor to consider when evaluating flood-stressed trees: Even a brief flood can kill a flood-intolerant tree, and a long, severe flood with sediment accumulation can kill a flood-tolerant tree. When examining flood ...
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Acer rubrum L
... portion of its range, with respect to shade, red maple seedlings are rated moderately tolerant to tolerant and are often abundant in the understory advance reproduction. In the Piedmont, red ... 9):584-587. Carpenter, James R., and Cary A. Mitchell. 1980. Root respiration characteristics of flood-tolerant and intolerant tree species. Journal of American Society of Horticultural Science 1O5(5): 684- ...
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