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Dimorphic Structures Questions
... filamentous to yeast forms at high temperatures and/or high concentrations of available nutrients, others only require available nutrients. Still others switch from yeast-like to filamentous at high temperatures and low nutrient concentrations. As ...
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Horticultural Excellence
... have more cloudy and rainy days in a year than we have, and also, milder high temperatures during the summer days. I am not surprised that roses receiving some shade during the ...
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Florida Vegetable Gardening Guide
... soil, cover it with sturdy clear plastic film during the warmest six weeks of summer. High temperatures (above 130F) must be maintained during this time for best results. Disease Control ... -110 (75-90) Comment: Staking, mulching beneficial. Flowers self-pollinated. May drop if temperatures too high or low, or if nitrogen fertilization excessive. Florida varieties have best disease resistance. Some ...
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African Violets
... leaves may show dark areas where they have been shaded by other leaves. Growth at high light levels is slowed and plants become more compact, however, although flowering may continue freely ... 70F, but will grow satisfactorily at 60 to 80 F. Temperatures in Florida often exceed 80 and under prolonged high temperatures growth and flowering are reduced. If possible, place plants in the ...
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PlanetaCactus: Cactus annual cycle
... growth a brief pause takes place, when the heat of summer comes because of the high night temperatures, and does not have to be confused with pathological causes. When the first cold ... cold much better. Areolas need certain hours of cold to be able to bloom. Too high temperatures at night during winter could lead to total or partial inhibition of the flowering in ...
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ASGAP Regions; Features and Services
... winter temperatures with frosts and snow; cool summers Tasmania Cool Temperate Low winter temperatures with frosts during the cooler months; warm summers Tasmania Temperate Low winter temperatures ... Sub-tropical Mild, dry winter and reliable summer rainfall; high summer humidity New South Wales, Queensland Tropical High temperatures and humidity all year round; heavy summer rainfall Queensland, ...
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WANTED: Have a Yushania Anceps propagule. - Bamboo Forum - GardenWeb
... bamboo in a greenhouse so probably no more than 10-12 feet) and should tolerate high temperatures (at least into the low 90s during mid-day). One of the reasons I am ... Anceps. This propagule has a few relatively small culms. This plant does not tolerate warm temperatures well so be advised. I would say that if it is is sunlight anything above ...
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Help me to create an ideal area for Gunnera - Bog Garden Forum - GardenWeb
... are similar to rain forests only higher up so they don't have the horrendous high temperatures but are almost constantly bathed in mist. RE: Help me to create an ideal area ... with lots of water but this can be more of a challenge due to the high sun location. Shade will help both you and the plant in keeping moist conditions at ...
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Cacti ARE Succulents (Part 1)
... normally very poor at conserving a plant's water supply and are generally intolerant of high temperatures two characteristics which would make survival in very hot and dry areas impossible. What leaves ... of the cactus remains green and acts as the photosynthetic organ. By being tolerant to high temperatures, cacti do not depend on a cooling system. Although other succulents have spines, it is ...
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Leaf Scorch Caused By High Temperature
... Extension Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - 00001644 11/12/99 Leaf Scorch Caused By High Temperature Hot, dry summer weather can cause leaf scorch. The leaf tissue on the edges ... and stop the problem, you may be able to stop the scorching. Scorching related to high temperatures may be due to lack of soil moisture or an inadequate root system. If dry ...
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