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Australian Plant Image Index - Introduction
... the Index. We are now embarking on an active plan to encourage people to contribute reliably identified photographs to the Index. Our aim is to have a good quality coloured slide of ... that a comprehensive collection will be established. It is hoped that a national collection of reliably identified plant photos will contribute to better publications and a greater awareness of our unique flora ...
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Untitled Document
... much on dried, pressed specimens in a herbarium. If you don’t have access to reliably identified specimens then you will need to check your answer against published descriptions and illustrations ...
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Hardy Cyclamen - Growing from Seed Forum - GardenWeb
... but some might take longer. Seed straight out of the capsule germinates very quicly and reliably, but stored seed may have poor or slow germination. Cold stratification is definitely not needed ... shrubs...I wouldn't be adding a "little detergent" to the soak (which must be identified by product /with concentration rates/soaking times and rinses if required unless I see such ...
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Leaf Coloration
... to remember the name of these orange pigments once you know that they were first identified as the colouring agents in carrots. Yellow carotenoid pigments are present in most leaves during ... colour. This large shrub is usually the first to turn red in fall, and will reliably provide a deep red wine colour to the landscape for several weeks. While most of ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Desirable Vegetable Varieties: Pumpkins
... say not to transplant seedlings out till the soil temperature is reliably 70 F. The "early" Long Pie type is about 95 days ... after germination)--but, if the outdoor soil temperature is not yet reliably 70 by the time the seedlings are clamoring for planting out, ... two or three male flowers for each female. Female flowers can be identified by the fat bud under them that will later develop into the ...
growingtaste.com

Desirable Vegetable Varieties: Tomatillos
... there are "strains" that are pretty well recognized--perhaps true cultivars that have recently been identified or selected out: one specialist house, for example, offers five named tomatillo types. The Toma ... seedlings around May 1st. (If it's a warm year and the soil temperature is reliably at or over 70 F. before June 1st, you could set the seedlings out a ...
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Scientific Staff - Lorne Stobbs
... in a range of vegetable and field crops. Sources of resistant germplasm have been identified in many crops and incorporated into breeding programs; Supervised the grapevine nuclear stock program ... With an extraction buffer system containing multiple detergents, a highly sensitive assay was produced that reliably detected virus in infected plants. This assay is now in routine use for immunodiagnosis ...
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The American Chestnut Foundation
... budding and very fast growing. While the tree may not be able to produce nuts reliably due to the harsh weather, it could become an important timber tree. And the good ... Development and Special Projects. Through the efforts of this office, four additional sites have been identified for mother tree and BC3 orchards. Brad Stanback and Shelli Lodge-Stanback continued their generous ...
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Native Orchid Society of South Australia
... species but the red tubular column with yellow apex could be identified on a couple of flowers. The plants grow in groups. The ... rest of us arrived. Until now, Acianthus caudatus had not been reliably reported from Yorke Peninsula. They found a very small colony (area ... grow at the site and this year a spider orchid was identified as Caladenia toxochila. The author and Phil returned to the mid ...
www.anos.org.au

CalFlora - FAQ
... difficult. Some plant species can only be told apart (reliably) by nearly microscopic details. If you seriously want to get a plant identified, there are several places you can try. If your ...
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