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Harvesting of Vegetables: G - Z
... of the fruit to remain on the plant until it turns red. Maturity time needed for transplants is between 75-85 days. Small peppers grow ... the pumpkin is ripe enough to put directly into storage. By this time, the vines will usually be drying. If the pumpkin is not ... or under brown paper works well) and allow to ripen. Ripening time from large transplants until harvest will range from 55-75 days. ...
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Harvesting of Vegetables: A - F
... beans varieties should also be picked before they appear corrugated. Days to maturity for beans are: bush beans, 50-60 days; pole, 60-90 days; ... 1 1/2 inches (4 cm) or larger, they will be woody. Maturity time from seed to harvest is 65-80 days depending on the carrot ... 3 weeks later, the silk will turn brown. Maturity can be tested by peeling down the husks at this time. Pop a kernel 2 inches (5 cm) ...
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Intensive Gardening Methods
... (more time between early plantings in colder soil but only 10 days between the last plantings). Another approach is to make one planting of two or more varieties that differ in maturity time ... crops grown in the vegetable garden is difficult due to the different lengths of time they require for maturity and harvest, the availability of varieties and vegetable types not generally found in ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Angelica - Herb Profile and Information
... East Prussia, wild-growing Angelica abounds; there, in early summer-time, it has been the custom among the peasants to ... mind with some archangelic patronage, and associated with the spring-time festival of the Annunciation. According to one legend, Angelica ... , nor naturally perennial: the seedlings make but little advance towards maturity within twelve months, whilst old plants die off after seeding ...
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Plant Pathology Glossary
... is made up of polygonal-shaped cells that are non-living at maturity. The cell walls of cork tissue contain a fatty material (suberin) ... held in isolation (i.e. quarantine) for an extended period of time to ensure that they are free of pests and diseases. top ... after remaining in a dormant state for an extended period of time. Rot the disintegration of tissue, often caused by enzyme or toxins ...
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Ariocarpus fissuratus
... long when fully expanded. Flowers arte diurnal and last for 3 to 4 days. Blooming time from mid-September onwards. Fruits white or green with lots of seed. The white-flowered ... grafted to accelerate growth as they would generally take at least a decade to reach maturity on their own, but the grafted plants are typical rather tall growing, compared with plants ...
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Plant Pathology: Disease Management: Cultural Management Practices
... to which they are susceptible only at certain stages of their development. Changing the time of sowing can exploit weather conditions that are unfavourable to the pathogen, thus ... success are nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium and calcium. The application of nitrogenous fertilisers delays crop maturity by prolonging vegetative development. This can increase the risk of infection, since plants are ...
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Ariocarpus fissuratus
... times wider than long when fully expanded. Flowers last for 3 to 4 days. Blooming time October, November. Fruits white or green with lots of seed. Cultivation is not too difficult ... grafted to accelerate growth as they would generally take at least a decade to reach maturity on their own, but the grafted plants are typical rather tall growing, compared with plants ...
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It's About Time
... showing than this author will ever know. Several years ago at the time of our first attempt to enter an iris show, we were ... had few stalks and only one of these bloomed at the right time. Gathering these up we were presented to the entry officials only ... clumps will have a greater number of stalks in various stages of maturity to choose from thus increasing the possibility of picking a ribbon winner ...
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Vegetable Growing Tips, Planting Dates, Plant Spacing, and Time To Maturity
... ][Recipes] [ **** The Gardener's Forum ****] Growing Tips for Garden Vegetables Planting dates, plant spacing, time to maturity, etc. March 7, 1999 The information in this table covers the vegetable planting basics only ... sowing date Garden sowing date Spacing P= plant spacing R= row spacing Seed planting depth Time to maturity Comments Asparagus N/A Perennial... plant in early spring P=14" R=24-36 ...
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