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... ; Argan (Argania spinosa); Cork oak (Quercus suber); Pine nuts (Pinus pinea); Pine resin (various spp.); Chestnuts (Castanea sativa) By Yorgos Moussouris and Pedro Regato Sub-Saharan Africa: Griffonia ... . Laird Africa and Asia: Rattans (various spp.) By Terry C.H. Sunderland Asia Emblica (Phyllanthus emblica) By Ganesan Balachander Sumatra benzoin (Styrax spp.) By Esther Katz, Carmen García and ...
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Indoor Gardening - Container Gardening - The Helpful Gardener
... loving For those who want a pet plant and the care and feeding thereof: Bonsai (Various spp.) These miniature trees made famous from the Japanese art of bonsai can be found all ... humus of the forest or occasionally a meadow... For the beginner, may I recommend?... Cattleya spp. A native of the tropic Americas, the cattleyas are a psuedobulb type and considered an ...
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Grafting on Opuntia spp.: Your personal experience page 1
... gallery | Mail Sale Catalogue | Grafting | Guestbook | News | Dictionary | Winter test | Links | Search Grafting on Opuntia spp.: Your personal experience page 1 CACTUS ART NURSERY Cultivation and Mail Sale of Cacti ... winter hardy cactus. But many people write me to show their personal grafting method using various Opuntia species stocks, I'm very glad to publish in this page your personal grafting ...
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Deciduous Fruit for North Florida
... can furnish both fine fruit and pleasant hours of gardening. This publication describes the various types of orchard fruits, their suitability to the Florida home orchard, and the process ... good fruit quality. Pome Fruits Apple (Malus domestica), pear (Pyrus spp.), quince (Cydonia oblonga), and the native haw (Crataegus spp.), commonly called mayhaw, are examples of pome fruits. Most apple, ...
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Sustainability Assessment of Fruit Crops for North and North Central Florida
... markets. The major impediments to succesful persimmon culture are fungal diseases (Cephalosporium diospyri, Cercospora spp and B. dothidea). Insect pests such as borers and pyslla may also require chemical ... and nut species in Florida and identifies the cultivars that recommended for trial in various locations in Florida. References Andersen, P.C. 1989. Blueberry cultivar update for Florida: Some ...
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SPECIES IRIS GROUP OF NORTH AMERICA
... + DKR 05M136 orientalis OP -- 25- RRH 05M137 sintenisii OP -- dark violet 250+ JPW 05M141 spuria spp. spuria OP --200+ JNH 05M142 ÔLooking Glass EyesÕ OP -- 50+ NZI 05M143 ÔAdobe ... OP -- Freesia-like in mostly blue and violet shades, some pinkish or red violet with various markings 300+ JRG 05Z383 Belamcanda chinensis OP -- pale flower, black seeds 100+ STL 05Z384 Belamcanda ...
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Water Relations of Various Peach Cultivars in Relation to Peach Canker Disease
... . P. O. Box 609, Kearneysville, WV 25430 ABSTRACT Biggs, A. R. 1993. Water Relations of Various Peach Cultivars in Relation to Peach Canker Disease. HortScience 28:939-941. Whole-shoot water ... or genotypes in peach do not appear to be reliable indicators of susceptibility to Leucostoma spp. or wound response.
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Floridata: Hosta spp.
... spp. Welcome Login Register (Free!) Welcome (homepage) Floridata Member Pages Register (free ... gift of Tulip Topper wildflower seeds with every bulb order. Hosta spp. Common Names: hosta, plantain lily, funkia Family: Liliaceae (lily family) Get link ... puckered, even twisted, and can be green, yellow, gray, or bluish, with various kinds of cream or yellow variegations. Like other lilies, the leaves ...
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Floridata: Dahlia spp.
... and receive a free gift of Tulip Topper wildflower seeds with every bulb order. Dahlia spp. Common Names: dahlia, garden dahlia Family: Asteraceae/Compositae (aster/daisy family) Get link to ... blooms. Dahlias are susceptible to numerous diseases and pests, and usually require frequent treatment with various fungicides and insecticides. Light: Dahlias need full sun and should not be grown where they ...
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HAZELNUT (CORYLUS SPP.) AS A PAST FOOD RESOURCE?
... the implications for hazelnut use; examination of the use and management of other Corylus spp., particularly those of North America, which have rather different ecologies, to determine whether these ... explicit consideration of the likelihood or otherwise that hazelnuts could have constituted a staple during various periods in the past (including, but not confined to the Mesolithic) a more explicit ...
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