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July 2003 Newsletter
... Hartzell buffet every night.† They come just when the new growth starts, eat the shoots and then whatever else looks appetizing in ... The most common characteristics of the class are: Somewhat lax growth. Soft, bluish gray leaves that are generally long and pointed ... others, which resemble their bush counterpart except for their climbing growth habit. They usually have an outstanding spring bloom, then ...
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Backyard Sugarcane
... basal buds located on stools from last years growth. Over the years this growth pattern gradually elevates the crown and expands the ... insects in Florida sugarcane). However, no controls are recommended. Sugarcane growth is so rapid that the plant can tolerate considerable insect ... t forget to fertilize the stubble crop. About the time re-growth starts, use the same rate as applied to the plant crop ...
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How do you prune the antique roses? - Antique Roses
... bloom on the next year. Twice blooming old roses are pruned in early spring before growth starts and again back by one third after the second flush. Entered by Lynnette † † † † Antique Roses ...
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Principles of Pruning
... growth. If pruning is done to correct or rejuvenate plant growth, it is best done in late winter. Pruning before spring growth starts takes advantage of the naturally vigorous growth occurring at this time of year. Pruning in mid-late summer can retard plant growth ...
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Miscanthus sinensis plumes and freezing temps - Ornamental Grasses Forum - GardenWeb
... plumes stay puffy right up until we cut them off in late winter when new growth starts. RE: Miscanthus sinensis plumes and freezing temps clip this post email this post what is ... 2 weeks behind getting my grasses cut back and this fall I thought the retarded growth and flowering was due to that issue. After reading the above posts it seems like ...
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Pruning Liriope - Groundcover - Ornamental Grasses Forum - GardenWeb
... ) to require cutting back and cleaning up. I cut it back in February before new growth starts pushing up. Since it isn't a super hardy variety that I have, I do ... that does very well. I give it a serious cut in February, before the new growth starts. I cut it as low as I reasonably can without actually getting into the crown ...
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Thanksgiving cactus problems - House Plants Forum - GardenWeb
... wet / overwatered. After flowering you keep it a bit dryer for a period untill new growth starts. If "full sun" at your place, this time of year, means "very strong light & warmth ...
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Prune Your Cedars Cautiously
... growth starts. Take special care not to remove too much growth from the outside of the plant at this time. On a typical cedar, there is green growth ... left virtually bare. The virtually bare branch will seldom produce new growth and it will likely die. Any amount of pruning to ... If your cedar produces six inches of new growth each year, you can restrict its growth to only 1 inch per year by removing ...
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Harvesting of Vegetables: G - Z
... when the flowers form on the plant. For fully mature potatoes, wait until the top growth starts to die back. If you want to store the tubers for a prolonged period of ... vine until after a light frost. However, if the average daily temperature is below 150C growth will be reduced or eliminated and the benefit of covering the plant will be questionable ...
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WATER
... every water molecule is "trying" to bond with another. The problem starts for the molecules when bonding partners position their other sites ... energy in starch and oils. When the flush for new growth starts, some of the stored starch in living parenchyma cells in ... process triggers the entire process of liquid transport in trees. It starts the pumps. But, that's another story about water . ďAn author ...
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