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Effective Watering in the Garden
... water, the greater the care you need to take with its use. One of the readily apparent problems is loss of foliage if the water is sprayed on to plants. This is ...
farrer.riv.csu.edu.au

Tree Physiology, Style Guide
... care when using “this” and other pronouns that what you are referring to is readily apparent. If there is room for doubt, spell out exactly what it is that you are ...
heronpublishing.com

Cotton Root Rot
... bark is decayed and brownish, and bronze colored wooly strands of the fungus are frequently apparent on the root surface. The fungus generally invades new areas by continual slow growth through ... been achieved by using residues of various crops. A delay in infection of cotton is readily apparent and has resulted in up to 90 percent reduction in root rot. Wheat, oats, and ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

Multicrop Problems 2
... bark is decayed and brownish, and bronze colored wooly strands of the fungus are frequently apparent on the root surface. The fungus generally invades new areas by continual slow growth through ... been achieved by using residues of various crops. A delay in infection of cotton is readily apparent and has resulted in up to 90 percent reduction in root rot. Wheat, oats, and ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu
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Vegetative Terminology (Part 1)
... in the world (excluding palms). It floats with the elongate, embryonic root pointing downward, and readily becomes implanted in soft mud. This mangrove is a member of the tea family (Theaceae ... roots can grow considerable distances in search of moisture. The effectiveness of this strategy is readily apparent when you gaze at the remarkable locations of these figs trees. With the onset of ...
waynesword.palomar.edu

Names Of Wildflowers
... ," "bastard toadflax," "lady-of-the-night," and "go-to-bed-at-noon" is not readily apparent. It is also rather disappointing to discover that "Kentucky bluegrass" was introduced from Europe ... its stem. The "tacks" are actually small glands. The name "sandpaper plant" (Petalonyx thurberi) is readily apparent when you rub the leaves of this little desert shrub. "Creosote bush" (Larrea tridentata) ...
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Orchid Book Review-Orchids: Care and Cultivation
... different types of orchids and their cultivation needs. The authors meticulous attention to organization is readily apparent here. For each type of orchid, there is a general introduction followed by sections on ...
www.argusorchids.net

Gesneriads - African Violet Society of Canada
... is the Gesneriads or Gesneriaceae in botanical Latin. Sometimes the relationship is made obvious by readily apparent similarities in the plant. For example, yes, the Florists Gloxinia (properly called Sinningia speciosa ...
www.avsc.ca

Children's Garden @BFAG
... the south facing slopes in comparison with north facing slopes. This difference in microclimate is readily apparent looking at the mountain slopes rising above and around the Garden themselves. The left fork ...
www.bettyfordalpinegardens.org

Glossary of Pollen and Spore Terminology - Part 2 (D-H)
... (Oldfield, 1959) An irregular groove occurring in the inner surface of the nexine/endexine and readily apparent in acetolysed pollen. Example: Anemone nemorosa (Ranunculaceae). Endogerminal (adj.) (Batten and Christopher, 1981) Describing an ...
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