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Root Zone Heating for Greenhouse Crops (Summary)
... Root Zone Heating for Greenhouse Crops (Summary) Root Zone Heating for Greenhouse Crops (Summary) Root-zone heating is a greenhouse production method that focuses on an optimum root ...
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Hydretain Root Zone Moisture Manager
... root shrinkage. Hydretain will result in healthy, disease-resistant plants that will improve the overall quality of your lawn, landscaping and vegetable gardens. Hydretain does not hold excess water in the root zone ...
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CONSULTATIONS ON ROSE CULTURE
... into the soil to become effective. Lime should be applied into the root zone and incorporated into the soil. He suggested use a spade to ... A. You probably have a problem with a decaying root structure. It can be caused by root rot, nematodes, compacted soil. The best solution is ... will burn holes in the foliage. Fertilizers are taken up by the root system and not by the leaves. Q. Should we be using ...
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CONSULTATIONS ON ROSE CULTURE
... into the soil to become effective. Lime should be applied into the root zone and incorporated into the soil. He suggested use a spade to ... A. You probably have a problem with a decaying root structure. It can be caused by root rot, nematodes, compacted soil. The best solution is ... will burn holes in the foliage. Fertilizers are taken up by the root system and not by the leaves. Q. Should we be using ...
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CCE - Suffolk County: Propagation of Houseplants
... through the plastic, the plant is severed just below the new root zone and potted. If tall, woody-stemmed plants become unsightly from ... soil as possible should be left on the root masses to prevent injury to the root hairs. Rooting Media A mixture of half ... , clean and easy to handle. Because it holds moisture, cuttings root easily. The horticultural vermiculite available at garden supply stores is ...
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Gold Medal Plant Awards
... throughout the winter. This multi-season specimen tree with consistently good flowering, is hardy to zone 6A, performs best in the sun. It is tolerant of a wide range of soil ... adds winter interest. It does well in moist, well-drained fertile soil; mulch to keep root zone cool. Its loose growing habit is well suited to naturalistic gardens; hardy in zones 4 ...
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Black Root Rot of Strawberry, HYG-3028-94
... implicated as causes of black root rot, as have certain environmental stresses such as cold injury, soil compaction, and excessive water in the root zone. In some soils, black root rot has been associated with an interaction between a particular soilborne fungus and the lesion nematode Pratylenchus penetrans. It is likely that black root ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Phytophthora Root Rot of Raspberry, HYG-3207-98
... parts. Upon reaching a plant root or crown, the zoospores become attached and begin the infective process. As water remains standing and oxygen is depleted from the root zone, the plant is ... , and 'Latham,' 'Boyne,' 'Killarney,' and 'Nordic' are considered to be fairly resistant. Fungicide. Phytophthora root rot of raspberry can be partially controlled with the soil-applied fungicide Ridomil Gold. ...
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Management of Rhizoctonia Root Rot of Sugarbeet
... root rots are Rhizoctonia root and crown rot, bacterial vascular necrosis and rot, Fusarium yellows, Pythium root rot and Phytophthora root rot. Rhizoctonia root ... report, therefore, is placed on Rhizoctonia root and crown rot. RHIZOCTONIA ROOT AND CROWN ROT Root and crown rot caused by the ... be irrigated when the soil matric potential in the active root zone is about -40 cbars in a sandy soil and -60 ...
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Integrated Pest Management Guide for Sugarbeet Root Maggot
... to dime size. When infestations are severe, lesions may cover the entire root surface. Feeding on the root tip causes the taproot to fork and branch. Above ground, damaged plants ... application helps move the insecticide into the root zone. Always read the label for specific recommendations regarding placement. Table 1. Economic thresholds for sugarbeet root maggot. Thresholds are the average number ...
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