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Stapelia_gigantea
... a layer of mold growing on rotting matter. Frost Tolerance: They need a cool, dry rest period in winter but keep above 10C and avoid any frost. Culture: Fertilize once during ...
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Dooryard Fruit Varieties
... which originated in temperate zones go through the winter in a dormant state called the rest period. Generally, this is associated with short days, cold weather and loss of leaves. Exposure to ... cold weather. Some species and varieties are quite cold hardy; others are not. During the rest period, temperate fruits can withstand any temperature likely to be experienced in Florida. Other species and ...
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Florida Carpon Desmodium
... carpon desmodium. Since 65% of the legume growth occurs from late summer through fall, a rest period provides opportunity for the plant to improve vigor, support biological nitrogen fixation, and accumulate ... nitrogen fixation. The technique involves reduction in/or deferment of grazing for an extended period beginning in early August until seed is harvested in November. Flowering begins in early ...
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How can I get my Easter (Sunrise), Christmas, Thanksgiving cactus to bloom? - Cacti & Succulents
... Instead, they rely on almost daily rains, and enter a semi-dormancy period when the short dry season comes. For most of the species ... giving the plant about 6 weeks of a cooler, drier regimen. This period will induce bloom, especially if the diurnal range is in the ... lights at night, this does not seem as critical as the rest period. More important is to shelter the plant from dry winds (heating ...
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Pleione bulb - Orchids Forum - GardenWeb
... ) on Fri, Nov 24, 06 at 1:39 Kal2002, pleiones need to have thier winter rest period before they sprout and bloom for you. Usually people take the bulbs and put them ...
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The Passion Flower
... not have as attractive a shape. Cooler temperatures (10C) in winter will allow it a rest period. Keep your passion vines evenly moist (but with good drainage) while actively growing. Beginning in ...
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Clivia
... will attempt to flowers even when no rest period has been provided. Flowers produced by such plants are seldom successful, however, because without the proper rest period, the flowering stalk often fails to elongate ...
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Fuchsia
... reduce watering and extend the periods between watering to prepare the fuchsia for a winter rest. Fuchsias are heavy-feeders, benefiting from feeding with a soluble, complete fertilizer every two ... Fuchsias can be successfully overwintered in a cool (45 to 50 F) location. During the rest period, water sparingly, just enough to prevent the potting mixture from becoming completely dry. Before ...
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Treatment
... the soil and dried. After this the bulbs need a special treatment to break the rest period of the flowers. This is done in cool stores and takes ten weeks. This treatment ...
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Rhubarb, Commercial Vegetable Production Guides, North Willamette Research and Extension Center
... allowed to go into dormancy and exposed to a certain rest period before any forcing is possible. This requires exposure to ... while temperatures above 50 F contribute nothing to the required rest period. The amount of cold required before forcing can be started ... conditions allow, crowns are most commonly allowed to reach their rest period in the field, then plowed up for placement in forcing ...
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