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Flowering Dogwood
... only two-thirds the depth of the root ball. Mound soil to cover the sides of the root ball and gently taper the side of the ... first few weeks after planting apply small amounts of water to the root ball every day. Ask the nursery operator how much was applied and apply ... week after planting, gently dig a small hole just outside of the root ball to check soil moisture. Squeeze some soil in the palm of ...
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Espaliers
... be advisable. When planting, dig a hole one foot (30.4 cm) wider than the root ball of the plant. Backfill the hole with enough soil so that the plant will sit ... to prevent settling. Gently place the plant straight in the hole and fill around the ball with soil. Water thoroughly while planting to remove air pockets. Mulch around the plant with ...
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Building a Floating Hydroponic Garden
... being totally submerged, which might lead to drowning of the root and plant death. Figure 3. Lettuce transplant in net pot. ... soilless media. Transplants can be grown at home in many root ball shapes in a loose media, purchased from garden suppliers, or ... minimum of 4-inches of solution. Figure 5. Hydroponic lettuce root system. Crops Several leafy salad crops (romaine, boston, bibb, & leafy lettuces, ...
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Florida Vegetable Gardening Guide
... problems are blossom-end rot, wilts, whitefly, and leafminers. `Better Boy' appears resisitant to root-knot. Watermelon Large: Charleston Gray, Jubilee, Crimson Sweet, Dixielee Small: Sugar Baby, Minilee, Mickylee ... Cross.' COOL SEASON VEGETABLES Beets Early Wonder, Detroit Dark Red, Cylindra, Red Ace, Little Ball Chenopodiaceae I 75 50-65 Comment: Beets require ample moisture at seeding or poor ...
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Deciduous Fruit for North Florida
... rotundifolia) cultivars and several other species of slip-skinned grapes -- so called because the entire ball of flesh slips from the skin when the fruit is squeezed. These grapes have tough ... . Cut back vigorous shoots to outward growing branches or buds to check upward development. Remove root suckers and exceptionally vigorous upright shoots, known as water sprouts, which often develop in the ...
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