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My plant has developed offsets. How do I divide it? -
... Tools & Directories Organization Directory Events Calendar Hortiplex Glossary Zone Finder Garden Bazaar GardenWeb Store My plant has developed offsets. How do I divide it? First, ask yourself if you really ... shade. Do not remove offsets until they are at least half as high as the parent plant. Entered by madabouteu FAQ Page GardenWeb Home Page | Forums | Forum Join | Garden Forums | Home ...
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Plant Virus Diseases
... tissue before they can reproduce themselves. They require a wound to gain entrance to a plant cell. In nature, they depend primarily on biological agents such as nematodes, insects and man ... , the symptoms are masked. Viruses can be spread from plant to plant by several means. Some of these would include transmission from the parent plant to an offspring through the genetic structure of the ...
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Viburnum Revisited
... blue berries. I’ve read that I need a male plant and a female plant. How do I tell the difference? Whoa. Searching ... the gardener doesn’t have to worry about which plant is male and which plant is female. Each plant is both! Problem solved? Well, not quite. ... plant you know is a male or a female because the person who grows it knows for sure. This cutting will be a “clone” of the parent plant ...
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Maiden Grasses
... the six or so that flourish in my beds are divisions taken from one parent plant purchased nearly ten years ago: Miscanthus sinensis ‘Morning Light’. It is a ... white margins and just the faintest tinge of pink. It is a beautiful specimen plant, and it blends nicely with a range of companions. Right now it’s ... stand proud as an example of good looks and easy maintenance. Return to Plant of the ...
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Propagation Numbers at the ANBG
... Parent and Original Parent are the same. However, when the re-propagated plant is in turn re-propagated then the Parent and Original Parent are different. Eg. (a real example) Plant Name Prop_ID Parent Prop_ID Original Parent ... A propagation event that occurred after 1999 would have a CANB number even though the parent plant may have been collected many years earlier. Would any number in the ANBG or ...
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APSnet Education Center - Plant Disease Lessons - Blackleg of potato
... atrosepticum) HOSTS: potato (Solanum tuberosum) Author Solke H. De Boer, Centre for Animal and Plant Health, Charlottetown, PE, Canada The blackened stem and wilted leaves are typical of the ... are present in the parent plant. Vegetative propagules such as tubers, on the other hand, are often infected or contaminated by the pathogens associated with the parent plant. The bacterium that causes ...
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International Carnivous Plant Society
... Cultivar Registrations Search the Index Contact the Editors What's New ICPS Home Page Carnivorous Plant Newsletter Volume 33, Number 4, December 2004, pages 100 - 101 NEW CULTIVARS Dionaea 'Fused Tooth ... dormancies and has been propagated vegetatively. The progeny are showing the same features as the parent plant. This cultivar is not a member of the Dionaea Dentate Traps Group since its teeth ...
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International Carnivous Plant Society
... Contact the Editors What's New ICPS Home Page Carnivorous Plant Newsletter Volume 29, Number 4, December 2000, pages 116 - 122 NEW ... astonishing coloration documented in the photograph. This is a superior plant, and honors a superior man. Sarracenia 'Adrian Slack' is very rare ... (damp, not wet). After carefully pulling each leaf away from the parent plant so as to get the entire leaf stem, I slide ...
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The Succulent Plant Page: Glossary of Botanical Terms
... with patches or stripes of different colours, often yellow or reddish. Hence variegata - of a plant exhibiting variegation. Variety - a naturally occurring subdivision of a species representing individuals with ... - germinating or spouting from a seed, bulbil or bud while still attached to the parent plant. Vulpinus - fox-like. Contact webmaster. This page is copyright R.J. Hodgkiss 2006 Last ...
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Living Collection Plant Search
... Plant Search Australian National Botanic Gardens Home > ANBG > Plant Records > Planting Search LIVING PLANT COLLECTION Complete Search of living and dead plants (everything ever planted) Please ... Parent Herb Code Herb Code of parent Parent PropID Prop ID of parent Parent Suffix (s)eed, (c)utting, (p)lant, (g)raft, (d)ivision Parent Note E.g. unknown or deleted IDs Parent Loc Location of parent ...
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