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CCE - Suffolk County: Propagation of Houseplants
... pots become crowded. The root ball must be broken apart, but as much soil as possible should be left on the root masses to prevent injury to the root hairs. Rooting Media A mixture ... . This expanded mica is sterile, clean and easy to handle. Because it holds moisture, cuttings root easily. The horticultural vermiculite available at garden supply stores is recommended; insulation-type vermiculite is ...
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Native Plants and Phosphate
... the concentration of P in the soil water close to the root decreases. This starts a cascade of movement. Ions diffuse in the ... up. That is why plants have root hairs. They are a cheap way of getting a lot of root surface up close to the soil particles. Many plants have fungi associated with the roots - mycorrhizas. Many mycorrhizas function as super root hairs - ...
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Begonia Forum - GardenWeb
... 1 follow-up, posted on Tue, Nov 7, 06 at 4:48 Confused about tubers/root hairs Posted by: carrie630 z7bNC on Sat, Oct 14, 06 at 21:05 4 follow-ups ...
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Fertilizer: Application (Organic Vs Inorganic)
... that plants do not recognize the difference between organic and inorganic fertilizers. Their tiny root hairs can absorb only nutrients that have been broken down into inorganic, water-soluble forms. ... Disadvantages - Commercial fertilizer, especially nitrogen, is easily washed below the level of the plant's root system through the leaching of rain or irrigation. An application which is too heavy ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Physiology Of Drought In Stressed Plants
... root flows out into the "less pure" water of the soil. The youngest roots of a plant absorb the greatest amount of water. Many thin walled root hairs near the ends of young roots allow easy passage of water from the soil into the root. Because the ... provide less surface area from which water can evaporate. Small hairs on a leaf surface are also effective in reflecting light ...
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quiz
... between woody roots and stems. [23] 37. Describe non-woody roots. [24] 38. What are root hairs? [24] 39. What are mycorrhizae? [24] 40. What does chlorophyll in leaves do? [26] 41 ...
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TREE QUIZ
... pH 7 mean? 246 Describe briefly osmotic pressure. 297 What is plasmolysis? 248 What are root hairs? 250 What are mycorrhizae? 251 Discuss briefly the mass, energy ratio. 256 Describe briefly, tanning ...
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Herbal Smoking Mixtures
... , it should have no system wide effects. You can use the root, dried and powdered and thoroughly mixed with the rest of the blend ... only a flavor. You can use the root, dried and powered, but I find that the root hairs, not usually used for their medicinal effects, ... plant with a pleasant aromatic anise flavor. You can use the root dried, powdered if it smells good. Seeds are also useful. Ginger Use ...
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Articles
... underground parts of a higher plant and supplying it with material from humus rather than root hairs 3 The New Registrar for Fuchsias in New Zealand In my column in the May ...
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Conservation Part 22: At the Root of the Matter: fertilizers and potting medias, by Marilyn Light, 14 Apr 99
... root. Water and minerals are absorbed by delicate root hairs, tiny thin-walled structures protruding from the root. New root hairs are continuously produced a distance behind the growing point. Root hairs ...
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