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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... trees - those with a trunk diameter of less than six inches - can benefit greatly from regular applications of fertilizer. Spring is good time to fertilize houseplants Unlike our dogs and cats, houseplants ...
extension.oregonstate.edu

Corn Meal in spring with seed overwintering - Organic Lawn Care Forum - GardenWeb
... used alfalfa with new seed without any problems. I normally use the soybean meal for regular applications. RE: Corn Meal in spring with seed overwintering clip this post email this post what ...
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Gardener's Net : Growing Apples
... sun. Dig a deep hole. Add plenty of decomposed compost, if available. Mix thoroughly with regular garden soil. If the tree you have bought is inside of a decomposable peat pot ... to insects and disease. If you want good apples, you are best advised to apply regular applications of fruit tree spray. We recommend an all purpose insect and disease spray available at ...
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The Gardener's Network : Insects and Disease of Apple Trees
... in your trees. It continues on a regular basis throughout the summer, with applications of fruit tree sprays for insects and disease. Without regular applications, your apple crop will be damaged or destroyed by scab and/or other disease, as well as insects such as worms and aphids. With regular applications, you will ...
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justgardeners.com
... that might be helpful. RA I don't think I would advise regular applications of many products without knowing what your soils is already rich ... way or another, but I don't think you would need annual applications. So much of what you do otherwise tends to affect ph., ... in a slightly acidic soil. Joaniesgarden In past soil tests, my regular garden soil that has not been cultivated is around a pH of ...
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Powdery Mildew of Vine Crops, HYG-3111-96
... is already present. Beginning in late July or early August when Powdery Mildew first appears, regular applications of fungicides may be required. Fungicide recommendations are contained in the Ohio Vegetable Production Guide ...
ohioline.osu.edu

CARNATION
... (fruiting bodies) develop in the center of the spots. Tips of the leaves may die. Regular applications of a foliar fungicide spray in the greenhouse will control the disease. Storage Rot or ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

CHRYSANTHEMUM
... gray powdery growth. With severe infectious leaves may become distorted and stunted. Regular foliar fungicide applications will control this disease. Leaf Spots (fungi - Septoria spp., Alternaria spp., ... . Center of spots turn brown. Infection takes place on lower leaves first. Regular applications of a foliar fungicide for control. Leaf or Foliar Nematode (nematode - Alphelenchoides ritzemabosi ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu
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Gardening with Bevan & Margaret
... in acid soil, which can be attained with regular applications of Aluminium Sulphate. PINK HYDRANGEA Will flourish in alkaline soil, which can be retained with regular applications of Lime. WHITE HYDRANGEAS Do not change ...
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Applications and Databases - ANBG/Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research
... Information Systems (Program HB) Botanical Information Network and hardware Applications & Databases Collaborative Projects Botanical Information Systems (HB) Applications and Databases Integrated Botanical Information System (IBIS) Botanical information ... other databases and is accessed by internal and external users on a regular basis. Access to APNI via the WWW gateway is at: http://www. ...
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