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Managing Your Tropical Fruit Grove Under Changing Water Table Levels
... ) ---------------------------------- Top of Document Tropical Fruit Crops Flood And Drought Tolerance -Flood Tolerance Definitions -Drought Tolerance Definitions Symptoms And Recovery From Flooding And Drought Stress -Documentation ... and duration. Similarly, drought tolerance is dependent upon crop species, prior plant stress, and crop load. Flood Tolerance Definitions Tolerant - Flood tolerant ...
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... they should not use it because they probably do not understand it. Keyword Definitions of Terms (Keyword definitions give the most important words that define a term. Complete sentences are not necessary ... faced by city trees are mistreatments by humans. Many trees tolerate mistreatments. Too often their tolerance is perceived as justifications for the mistreatments. I have heard it said many times ...
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APSnet Feature - The Future World Food Situation and the Role of Plant Diseases
... breeding methods, it can raise crop productivity, increase resistance to pests and diseases, develop tolerance to adverse weather conditions, improve the nutritional value of some foods, and enhance the ... undesirable side-effects. www.spipm.cgiar.org/Brief/spIPMbrif.htm 6 For a variety of definitions of IPM, see the websites of the CGIAR, FAO, American Crop Protection Association, Pesticide ...
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APSnet Education Center - Introductory Topics - What are Fungicides?
... accepted in the marketplace, and (d) certain high value crops have an extremely low tolerance for disease symptoms. In contrast with most human medicines, most fungicides need to ... Fungicides Needed? Role of Fungicides in Disease Management Application Methods Types of Fungicides and Definitions Fungicide Resistance Legislation and Public Health List of Websites Selected Reading and References ...
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... H I K L M N O P R S T U V W Z Definitions adapted from: French, D.W. 1999. Forest and Shade Tree Pathology. University of Minnesota, Department ... and female nuclei fuse, and from which the promycelium or basidium arises. (go to examples) Tolerance - Ability of the plant to endure the development and survive invasion of a parasite with ...
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... specimen plants and set them apart with complimentary greens, variegated, blues all dependent upon shade tolerance and size. One grower commented that they planted a special hosta in a prime visual ... cover here as many words I know that are used in many hosta names. These definitions are only for hosta names. They may not be true when the terms are used ...
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Vivi's Orchid Corner - May 1997
... light. Grow them with cattleyas or vandas. They are quite hardy and have a high tolerance to heat. Thus, they will bloom heavily especially in the summer months and grow well ... World Orchid Conference. Review my Sept/Oct 1996 "Vivi's Orchid Corner" article Helpful Orchid Definitions. Review my August 1996 "Vivi's Orchid Corner" article Growing Vandaceous Orchids. Review my July ...
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San Diego Fern Society Fern Catalog
... , including in many cases whether or not it grows well in San Diego, general climatic tolerance, and normal growing habitat (terrestrial, epiphytic, aquatic, xeric, etc.) All of this must fit on ... the "Fern Growers Manual" but altered slightly for the current purpose. There are six Division definitions, each of which repeats three times, as follows: Mature fronds less than one foot Mature ...
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June 2000
... Belle Glade, Florida. There he has endeavored, through an intensive breeding program, to create warmth tolerance in Oncidium intergenerics and Cymbidiums. The lengthy list of awards attests to his success and ... the smell. But how to do it remains a problem if one is to try definitions more precise than the broadest of terms such as "sweet" or "musty." The physical shape ...
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... Stick figures of different inflorescence types commonly seen in fruit crops. See glossary for complete definitions. Pollination Pollination is the transfer of pollen from the anther to the stigma. This is ... and soils normally unfavorable for growth. Some examples include: Tolerance of poor drainage (e.g., plum rootstocks for peach in wet soils) Tolerance to drought (e.g., Rough Lemon rootstock for ...
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