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N. gracilis in transplant shock
... N. gracilis in transplant shock Nepenthes gracilis "maroon black" suffering from transplant shock and lower humidity. There is leaf curl and burn as well as pitcher drop off. ... goes into shock and recovers, it may slow down in growth and put out some new basal shoots. Rooted cuttings and larger Nepenthes tend to show more signs of transplant shock than size ...
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Fernlea Flowers - Pests and Disease Remedies for Transplant Shock
... Fernlea Flowers - Pests and Disease Remedies for Transplant Shock Pests and Disease - Remedies TRANSPLANT SHOCK Transplant when weather is cooler. Disturb the soil around the roots as little as possible. Preserve ...
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Growing Tomatoes Forum - GardenWeb
... at 21:47 1 follow-up, posted on Fri, Apr 28, 06 at 21:58 transplant shock Posted by: reginald_25 5 on Fri, Apr 28, 06 at 11:12 2 follow-ups ...
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Gardening On The Move
... your own preference. If possible, choose a calm, cool day, as this will substantially reduce transplant shock. Plants should be well watered a couple of days prior to moving, but don't ...
gardenline.usask.ca

Gardener's Network: How to Grow Caladium Flowering Bulbs / Tuberous Roots
... recommend individual containers. 4" to 6" peat pots work well for transplanting later, with minimal transplant shock. Plant roots, round side up, 1 1/2"- 2" deep, in rich starter soil, peat ... the root. Being native to the tropics, Caladium does not like cold weather. Wait to transplant them outdoors until all danger of frost has past, and the soil has warmed. Select ...
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Winter Sowing - GardenWeb
... :19 9 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Apr 30, 06 at 0:47 transplant shock? Posted by: silver_lining Z6A OH on Sat, Apr 29, 06 at 7:41 4 follow ...
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Tree Problem Diagnosis
... go through a period of juvenility, before maturity. Trees also go through a period of transplant shock. The first three years after a tree has been planted are the most critical time ...
gardenline.usask.ca

A Salsa Garden: June 2005
... used my watering can to make sure the new pepper got additional water to reduce transplant shock. Many of my peppers are starting to produce pods. The above photo is of my ...
indigogarden.blogspot.com

A Salsa Garden: April 2006
... birdseed into my feeder for them. The pepper plants are starting to get over their transplant shock. The few that had tipped over a bit are now growing upright. They seem happy ...
indigogarden.blogspot.com
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justgardeners.com
... When the seedlings are up and start to get crowded, i then transplant them into bigger cells or else 4 inch pots. I find ... small cells are efficient with space as well as making for easy transplant, since each seedling is in its own cell as opposed to a ... spindly seedlings de to low light or fuss with hardening off/transplant shock or any of that. from: h2o subject: Preventing mold from developing on ...
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