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MY CARNIVOROUS PLANTS
... resting buds; like Drosera Rotundifolia Drosera Intermedia Drosera Anglica. In the temperate parts of the Northern Hemisphere a group of Sundews ocuurs die down in autumn to a green winter resting bud ... summer leaves gradually die, but this resting bud persists, anchored to the substratum by now-dead roots. In the following spring new roots are formed, the resting bud opens and from its centre ...
home.wanadoo.nl/aryenadahobbelhovestad

MY CARNIVOROUS PLANTS
... resting buds; like Drosera Rotundifolia Drosera Intermedia Drosera Anglica. In the temperate parts of the Northern Hemisphere a group of Sundews ocuurs die down in autumn to a green winter resting bud ... summer leaves gradually die, but this resting bud persists, anchored to the substratum by now-dead roots. In the following spring new roots are formed, the resting bud opens and from its centre ...
home.wanadoo.nl/aryenadahobbelhovestad
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... need moisture and air in the soil. SPORE: The resting stage of a fungus capable of propagation. Fall is ... Bud and Resting Bud: We are not referring to your next door neighbors here, but to the buds that are coming alive as spring weather urges them to wake up. Resting ... organs without fertilization. A neat trick! Bud Break: Resting Buds resume growth. So that's a bud break! Callus: Wound tissue which ...
www.mountainvalleygrowers.com

Doug's Way With Roses: July-August, 1999
... amounts depending on the season. In winter while the plants are resting, the turgidity of the canes is dependent on a lesser reserve of ... factor in determining how many days from pruning cut to opening bud. The severity of pruning (how much of the cane is removed) also affects the time to maturity as apical dominance of the primary bud at the cut comes into play. Anyway, enjoy your roses and ...
carolinadistrict.org

Hardy Bulbs
... bulbs and the promise of another spring. These bulbs consist of a growing tip (or bud) surrounded by fleshy layers of tissue containing the stored-up food supply. All are held ... plate when the bulb is actively growing. When you purchase bulbs, they are in a resting or dormant state, and the roots are not present. The flowers have already been formed ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Western Suburbs Orchid Society Inc. Homepage - Sydney, Australia.
... . Most autumn flowering plants will commence bud development once the pseudobulb is mature. Some of the winter and spring flowering types need a resting period before bud development is initiated. Some plants will ...
home.exetel.com.au

Alaska Gardening News
... a heavy pruning which seemd to have no effect. (Fortunately, it is now showing new bud growth in July). The desire to move things hit again and the mirror arbor now ... trees was missing. Fortunately, the tree missed the house and the garden fence and was resting precariously on a spruce tree. Since the wind was still gusting, we thought the tree ...
home.gci.net

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... removed are buried, and the lower pair of leaves are just resting on the surface. In fact good root growth will occur if ... . If the leaves are large, some support may be required by resting them on short lengths of split cane or matchsticks. Alternatively, in operation ... Severed below the third node and lower leaves removed In the Axil Bud method the stem is cut as shown above, leaving about a 1 ...
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Diseases of Ground Cover Plants, HYG-3064-96
... for control of this disease. Spray affected plants every two weeks from bud break in the spring until plant growth slows in mid or ... to labeled instructions. Spray affected plants once a month from bud break in the spring until plant growth slows in mid or ... around the stem. Later, small tan resting bodies of the fungus will form on the stem. These resting bodies look almost exactly like mustard ...
ohioline.osu.edu

White Apple Leafhopper, HYG-2202-92
... with photosynthesis and reduces plant vigor resulting in smaller fruit size, poor fruit color, decreased bud formation, and fruit drop. In addition to direct leaf injury, these leafhoppers excrete resin-like ... mm (1/8 inch) long. They hold their wings in a roof-like position when resting and appear as tiny wedges when seen from above. Adults are active and fly readily ...
ohioline.osu.edu
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