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PlantOasis.com - Ask a Question to a Plant Expert
... can be propagated by stem cuttings or leaf cuttings. To find out which type of propagation method works best for a particular type of plant, you can check the houseplant directory ... .One day I noticed its older, larger leaves were browning at the tip and eventually shriveling up flat and curling until there was no life left in them, like they were ...
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Fir
... best wired in spring. It is remarkably versatile, and can be trained into most styles. Propagation: Seed, layering or cuttings, except for the dwarf korean fir, Abies koreana `Compact Dwarf'. Since ... : Generally none are serious enough to cause concern. Needle and twig blight results in the shriveling and reddening of the new growth. The needles of current seasons growth are curled and ...
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MANGO Fruit Facts
... or straw trunk wraps. Do not prune dead parts until all frost danger is past. Propagation: Seedlings are a gamble. Supermarket fruits may have been treated to sterilize, or chilled too ... that can occur from digging, transplanting or gopher damage. "Soft nose," a physical disorder of shriveling at the fruit apex, seems associated with excessive nitrogen in soil. Exposed fruits sunburn in ...
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Featured Encyclia
... other orchidaceae that have once been classified as Encyclia, in order to promote the cultivation, propagation, conservation, hybridization and exhibition of these orchids both ex and in situ. An Affiliate Organization ... it was in growth. So, provide a dryer rest (but not to the point of shriveling the pseudobulb) in the winter for better overall health of the plant. Temperature: Intermediate to ...
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Featured Encyclia
... other orchidaceae that have once been classified as Encyclia, in order to promote the cultivation, propagation, conservation, hybridization and exhibition of these orchids both ex and in situ. An Affiliate Organization ... year-round. Lower humidity that accompanies colder winter temps can manifest itself with some leaf shriveling and/or leaf drop. Fertilizer: I use Jerry’s Grow as directed with Pro- ...
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Questions On Cactus
... thought I had bookmarked the Web site you wrote about in your cactus column regarding propagation techniques. Apparently, I thought wrongly. Could you please send me the address for the site ... . In the fall, allow to dry and water only enough to keep the plants from shriveling; carry on with this procedure through the winter months. Q: Everybody wants to know how ...
www.ext.nodak.edu

Questions On Jade Plants
... I get a copy of your “Home Propagation Techniques” publication? (e-mail reference) A: The "Home Propagation Techniques" publication can be downloaded at ... strains. (e-mail reference) A: These jade plants are the propagation “dreams come true” of jade specialists. The white one ... off. The tops of some of the lower branches are shriveling up and falling over and just recently the top of ...
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PLANT PATHOLOGY
... damage to the plant. Symptoms include mottling, dwarfing, distortion, discoloration, wilting, and shriveling of any plant part. PATHOGEN SURVIVAL Many pathogens can survive without a ... . Introduction | Botany | Soils and Fertilizers | Entomology and Pest Management | Plant Pathology | Plant Propagation | Houseplants | Lawns | Herbaceous Ornamentals | Woody Ornamentals | Vegetables | Herbs | Fruit ...
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Adromischus cristatus - Crinkle-Leaf Plant - Crassulaceae
... on the label. During the winter months water only enough to keep the leaves from shriveling. Propagation: Adromischus cristatus are propagated by division, leaf and stem cutting in spring. Adromischus cristatus was ...
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Adromischus sp. - Crassulaceae
... cool room (48°F =~9°C) and only watered enough to keep the leaves from shriveling. Propagation: Adromischus sp. is propagated from leaf or stem cuttings. Adromischus sp. was featured as Plant ...
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