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How to Grow Fennel
... Cooking Cultivation of Fennel Site: Fennel needs moist, fertile, well-drained soil and full sun. Propagation: Sow seeds on 6" spacing in the spring after danger of frost has past or purchase ...
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How to Grow Basil
... do well with blaring midday sun. Propagation: Sow seeds thinly in a warm location in pots or directly in the soil after danger of frost has passed. Sow evenly, covering with 1/4 ...
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ASGAP: Guide to Plant Propagation
... ASGAP: Guide to Plant Propagation Association of Societies for Growing Australian Plants (ASGAP) Guide to Plant Propagation Many plants can be propagated easily using very basic tools and methods. It's a ... fun and definately within the ability of any home gardener. No 'green thumb' required!! First...Sow Your Seed! Strike a Cutting or Two! Divide and Conquer! Graft and Corruption! Tricks of ...
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Daylily Propagation
... Pictures†|† Links What is a Daylily†|† Daylily Culture†|† Daylily Pests Daylily Propagation Daylilies can be propagated in a number of ways, both ... Mutations have arisen often enough in the test tubes or propagation jars that many commercial growers are reconsidering carrying tissue cultured ... I use florescent fixtures to start them inside. If you sow the seeds outside in the fall they do not need ...
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Tagetes (Marigold)
... soil Other culture: remove old flowers (deadhead) for repeat and best bloom; space 12" apart Propagation: sow direct or inside 4-6 weeks before planting out (9000-11,000 seeds per ounce ...
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Eustoma (Lisianthus) grandiflorum
... developed in 1980ís on. Other culture: slender stems may need staking; taproot resents disturbance Propagation: sow seed in cool 55-60F, slow to germinate Cultivars: those market * are more commonly seen ...
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Potato propagation - DIVERSITY
... Potato propagation - DIVERSITY Propagation of potatoes: New Varieties Some techniques do not change over the years. These notes first ... the apple in a sieve, wash off the pulp, and dry them in the sun. Sow the seed in beds in March and take the potatoes up in October. They will ...
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RHODODENDRON BASICS: Propagation
... RHODODENDRON BASICS by Harold E. Greer PROPAGATION 1. Cuttings - This is a vegetative method of propagation which produces plants that are identical ... Raising rhododendrons from seed is a sexual rather than vegetative method of propagation, meaning that the resultant plant is not a clone (exact ... part perlite mixed in, is a popular seed growing mix. Sow the seeds in a pot covered with a plastic bag ...
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Propagation
... Harvesting and storing seed Growing from seed Light Soil Planting Watering Feeding Transplanting Moving outside Propagation Layering Division Cuttings Summary Bibliography Growing plants from seed is a great low-cost way ... if they are not ripe. Certain plants like spider flowers, dill, columbine, and cosmos, self-sow quickly and it is possible to harvest the seeds just before they turn brown by ...
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Propagation
... can take as long as six months. The best time to sow and treat seed is in the late sumnmer and early autumn ... on keeping the cuttings humid, the second is more sophisticated; mist propagation. "Close polythene" method This method relies on keeping cuttings humid ... more prone to fungal attack and therefore is most effective if propagation is delayed until September. Many large heather producers use this ...
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