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Backyard Sugarcane
... furrow until the furrow becomes slightly elevated. This encourages earlier shoot growth and provides a method of early weed control. As ... basal buds located on stools from last years growth. Over the years this growth pattern gradually elevates the crown and expands the ... in Florida sugarcane). However, no controls are recommended. Sugarcane growth is so rapid that the plant can tolerate considerable ...
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Pruning and Training Deciduous Fruit Trees for the Dooryard
... is considered a dwarfing process. Although dwarfing to the whole tree, pruning may stimulate shoot growth near the pruning cut and may be considered locally invigorating. Therefore, pruning may ... stimulate lateral shoot development. Head back to an outward-growing bud to encourage a spreading habit of growth. Remove vigorous upright growth, downward-growing shoots, and other growth which competes ...
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Principles of Pruning
... Shoot growth starts from growth buds, which are essentially compact, miniature stems. These buds can occur: on the tip of the shoot (terminal buds), and their growth results in elongation of an existing stem. on the sides of the shoot ...
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Tree Physiology, Volume 22, 2002: Contents
... ] [ Full Text ] Variation in specific needle area of old-growth Douglas-fir in relation to needle age, within-crown position and epicormic shoot production Hiroaki Ishii, E. David Ford, Melissa E. ... Dyckmans and Heiner Flessa Tree Physiology 22:5158 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Annual shoot growth components related to growth of Pinus brutia Fikret Isik, Kani Isik, Tolga Yildirim and Bailian Li Tree ...
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Tree Physiology, Volume 26, 2006: Contents
... [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Leaf and wood carbon isotope ratios, specific leaf areas and wood growth of Eucalyptus species across a rainfall gradient in Australia Ernst-Detlef Schulze, Neil C. ... W. Koch Tree Physiology 26:505515 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Vigor-controlling rootstocks affect early shoot growth and leaf area development of kiwifruit Michael J. Clearwater, Alla N. Seleznyova, T. Grant ...
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California Backyard Orchard - Pruning & Training
... formation is dependent on light. The tree must be open enough for light penetration, interior shoot growth and fruit bud development. Dead, dying, diseased parts and interfering branches should be removed. ... selecting well placed new branches as eventual replacements for the old higher ones. Control excessive shoot growth by thinning and heading those that are left. Leave the tree open enough for ...
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California Backyard Orchard - Fertilization
... potassium deficiency are: Restricted growth Shoots die back in extreme cases Leaves in the middle of the shoot area are affected, not basal leaves or shoot tips Leaf margins and/or ... crops. Remember: fertilizer suggestions or routines are no substitute for personally observing tree growth (amount of shoot growth and annual wood produced) and health (foliage color, fruit production and quality, etc). ...
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The Virginia Camellia Society - Education - Pruning & Disbudding
... shoot growth is reduced and the individual flowers tend to be smaller. Pruning of camellias should be done after blooming and before new growth ... growth or to reduce it to a size that can be managed. To prune an old camellia, cut back each branch to a vigorous shoot ...
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Search Published Articles
... ? Alan S Weakley Spring 2005 6 1 52-58 PDF Initial mortality and root and shoot growth of valley oak seedlings outplanted as seeds and as container stock under different irrigation regimes ...
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Ask Extension Database, NDSU Extension Service
... cuts, all subsequent shoot growth takes place at the base of the shrub. If top pruning is practiced, the natural form of the shrub is destroyed. All new shoot growth will arise just below ... important. Severely overgrown shrubs will respond best to pruning done in early spring, before new growth begins. For spring-flowering shrubs, prune immediately after flowers have faded. This would include shrubs ...
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