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Allegro Plant Tonic - Where to Buy? - African Violets Forum - GardenWeb
... sell in their catalogue. It's called simply "Seaweed Extract." VS uses it to start leaf cuttings, seeds, and occasionally as a foliar feed. The gentleman said that it works "fairly ... members of our club brought the leaf of streptocarpus, that was dipped in a concentrated seaweed extract - and the new growth sprouted all over the leaf blade. It looked mossy from all the ...
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Fertilizing The Lawn
... of the soil surface. If a wet lawn is fertilized, granules will stick to wet leaf surfaces, resulting in burning. Immediately after applying fertilizer, the lawn should be watered for about ... the rest of that season. Specialized fertilizers such as liquids are absorbed directly be the leaf blade of the plant. These fertilizers appear to be highly effective because they provide an almost ...
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Getting a Head Start: Lawn Cre for Late Winter and Early Spring
... shows up as a light brown layer of decaying vegetation, mostly old leaf sheaths and clippings from previous years. The clippings serve as an effective ... Mowing To promote early greening of the lawn, cut off the dead leaf blades when the lawn is dry enough to mow. Adjust the ... height of about 4 cm. No more than one-third of the leaf blade should be removed in any mowing. Clippings of this size can be ...
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Leaf Terminology (Part 2)
... leaf blade, which typically extends away from the culm. At the junction of the sheath and blade is a small, membranous scale called the ligule. Minute projections at the base of the leaf blade ... leaf blade extends down the culm as an enveloping sheath to a slightly enlarged point of attachment on the culm called the node. At the junction of the leaf blade ...
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Plant Propagation by Leaf, Cane, and Root Cuttings: Instructions for the Home Gardener
... indoor plants. There are several types of leaf cuttings. Leaf-petiole - Remove a leaf and include up to 11/2 inches ... be propagated from the leaf blade itself. Cut a leaf from a plant and remove the petiole. Insert the leaf vertically into the ... leaf blade, petiole, and a short piece of stem with an attached axillary bud. Place cuttings in the medium with the bud covered (1/2 to 1 inch) and the leaf ...
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Entomosporium Leaf Spot of Photinia
... coccinea var. formosana), Indian hawthorn (Rhaphiolepis indica), and mountain ash (Sorbus sitchensis). Fig. 1. Leaf spots on photinia caused by Entomosporium mespili. (Photo by R. C. Lambe) Fig. 2. ... (Fig. 2). Leaf spots are discrete in light infections, but in heavy infections they often coalesce to form large, blighted areas. Infection is mostly limited to the leaf blade, but occasionally ...
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Orchid Glossary - The Stem, Leaf, And Their Parts
... from the base to the apex. Blade (BLAYD) -- The flattened, expanded portion of the leaf. Bract (BRAKT) -- The leaflike structure that subtends a flower, leaf or stem. Bracteiform (BRAK-tee-form) -- ... straped-leaved plants with terete-leaved plants as in Vanda. Sessile (SESS-il) -- Stalkless, the leaf blade being attached directly to the stem, such as Cattleya. Smooth (SMOOTH) -- A surface free ...
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Making a Tree Leaf Collection
... leaf is collected. Remember, simple leaves have only one blade or leaflet. Compound leaves have several to many leaflets. You must know these two leaf characteristics. Please review Parts of a Tree - The Leaf if you need more help on tree leaf ...
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Definition of Blade
... Definition of Blade You are here: About>Education>Forestry Forestry Education Forestry Essentials Christmas Tree Buyers GuideThe Major ... Forums Most Popular Articles Latest Articles Help Blade Forestry Tree ID Glossary Related Terms leaf leaflet compound leaf pinnate palmate Definition: The flat part of a leaf, or leaflet; characteristic of deciduous trees. Related ...
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Leaf Terminology (Part 1)
... Leaf Terminology Part 2 Go To Flower Terminology Part 1 Go To Flower Terminology Part 2 Inflorescence Terminology Part 1 Inflorescence Terminology Part 2 1. Simple Leaf: One Blade 2. Compound Leaf: Blade ... Dissected Nearly To The Midrib See Native Hawaiian Ferns 3. Leaf Arrangement (Phyllotaxy) Three different leaf arrangements: Alternate (one leaf per node), opposite (two leaves per node) and ...
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