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Ficus sylvie has lots of brown spots on lower leaves - House Plants Forum - GardenWeb
... Follow-Up Ficus sylvie has lots of brown spots on lower leaves clip this post email this post what is this? ... lower leaves. A few have appeared on another lower leaf. Does anyone know what is going on? Thank you! Follow-Up Postings: RE: Ficus sylvie has lots of brown spots on lower leaves ... , etc? RE: Ficus sylvie has lots of brown spots on lower leaves clip this post email this post what is this? ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Artichoke, Cardoon - Herb Profile and Information
... decay. No earth, also, must be allowed to fall between the leaves. When the plants have grown still further, the earthing up should ... , but, on account of the long, sharp spines on the leaves, great care has to be exercised in working amongst them. --- ... the sauce, and serve. ---Artichokes la Lyonnaise--- Pull off the lower leaves without damaging the bottoms of the Artichokes, which must be ...
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Florida Vegetable Gardening Guide
... I 150 70-80 (40-60) Comment: Tolerates more heat than most other crucifers. Harvest lower leaves. Kale may also be grown. Endive/Escarole Florida Deep Heart, Full Heart, Ruffec Compositae I ... (50-55) Comment: Both red and green varieties are easily grown. Use fresh or cooked. Leaves edible. Lettuce Crisp: Minetto, Ithaca, Fulton, Floricrisp. Butterhead: Bibb, White Boston, Tom Thumb. Leaf: Prize ...
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Tree Density, Hedging, and Topping
... outside their allocated space. Continued canopy growth and crowding causes poor light penetration, loss of lower leaves and bearing wood, relocation of fruiting to the upper canopy area, and reduction in yield ... is usually not too great, if the trees still have producing lower skirt area. However, if trees have lost their lower canopy bearing wood, a large yield reduction can occur in the ...
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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... Soluble salts damaging to houseplants Check winter houseplants for brown leaf tips, wilting, dropping of lower leaves and little or no new growth - all signs that your plant may be in ... to your surroundings. Decorate your deck, doorway or yard with containers planted with outlandish bold leaves and flowers. Home greenhouse helps houseplants survive your vacation Protect your houseplants while you' ...
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Article on effect of shade on foliage - Bamboo Forum - GardenWeb
... , del.icio.us, Digg, Furl, Netscape, Newsvine, reddit, Yahoo! MyWeb Old Leaves Need To Die In Time Or They Will Bring A ... lower leaves once these become shaded. By using transgenic tobacco plants that do not shed their lower leaves, they were able to show that shaded old leaves ... the nutrients in these leaves can be more usefully employed by the plant when re-allocated to new leaves at the top of the ...
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Very, very tall hardy grass--what is it? - Ornamental Grasses Forum - GardenWeb
... of the leaves fall off as winter comes, leaving a skeleton of bare stalks. If it has a downside, it is that it tends to lose it's lower leaves by the time ...
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House Plants Forum - GardenWeb
... , last one posted on Sun, Nov 26, 06 at 14:11 Purple Heart and drying leaves Posted by: morning_star on Sat, Nov 25, 06 at 7:48 5 follow-ups, last ... Fri, Nov 24, 06 at 13:37 Ficus sylvie has lots of brown spots on lower leaves Posted by: frank.flynn on Tue, Nov 21, 06 at 21:16 4 follow-ups ...
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The Gardener's Net : Arborvitae Trees
... Asia and North America. They are identified by their small, scalelike leaves on flattened branches. There are many varieties, with the largest growing ... against damage from ice and snow. Did you know? Arborvitae leaves were once used as a remedy for Rheumatism. How to Grow ... a 4-5 inch branch of new growth. Strip away the lower leaves. Plant in coarse, well draining sand. Keep the soil most. ...
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Horticulture: Increasing the Growth Rate of Plants and Offsets by Removing Leaves
... leaves, but none of the other five did. This time all the leaves were normal size. I waited a month after the new leaves had hardened and cut the lower leaves again. Within five weeks, new leaves ...
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