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Watering

Haws Fine Rain Watering

When beds and flats are watered, the grow biointensive method approximates rainfall as much as possible. The fine rain of water absorbs beneficial airborne nutrients as well as air, helping the growth process. For seeds and seedlings in flats, you can use a special English Haws sprinkling can, which has fine holes in the sprinkler's rose.3 The rose points up so that when you water, the pressure built up in the rose first goes up into the air, where much of the pressure is dissipated as it flows...

Berries

Berries are tempting to grow because most offer rich rewards for a small investment of time and space. A little sunlight and a pot, for example, are all you need to grow a crop of luscious strawberries. The small-fruited plants can return bumper crops with minimal effort on your part, and several of the shrubby or vining plants can also add beauty to your landscape. In considering berries you must work out the space and number of plants needed for a reasonable supply of fruit. If the plants are...

Floristic Regions Of The World Armen Takhtajan Free Download

Professor Armen Takhtajan, a giant among botanists, has spent a lifetime in the service of his science and of humanity. As a thoroughgoing internationalist, he promoted close relationships between botanists and people of all nations through the most difficult times imaginable, and succeeded with his strong and persistent personal warmth. He also has stood for excellent modern science throughout this life, and taught hundreds of students to appreciate the highest values of civilization whatever...

Pruning and Training Peaches

Like cherry and plum trees, peach trees are best pruned in the late spring. They are unique among major tree fruits in that they bear most of their fruit on lateral buds in the lower half of vigorous one-year-old shoots. To maintain a constant flush of this growth for the next crop, prune peaches hard every year. Peach and nectarine trees are very susceptible to perennial canker, which is caused by a fungus that infects open wounds when temperatures are cool. Don't prune them unless the weather...

The fruiting plant

Parts Succulent Fruits

The development of the true fruit involves either the expansion of the ovary into a juicy succulent structure, or the tissues becoming hard and dry. In false fruits other parts, such as the inflorescence, e.g. pineapple and mulberry, and the receptacle, as in apple, become part of the structure The succulent fruits are often eaten by animals, which help seed dispersal, and may also bring about chemical changes to break dormancy mechanisms see p151 . Some fruits described as being dehiscent ,...

Classification of Plants

Monocot Seeds Examples

Can you imagine how confusing life would be if we had no names and every time you wanted to refer to a person, place, or thing you had to describe it and its relationship to all others of its kind We are fortunate that our predecessors came up with the idea of names and that knowledge about plants has been successfully passed down from generation to generation. Classification is a term used to describe the process of grouping related plants together and naming the groups. These groups have been...

Plant Structure and Growth

Epidermal Wheat Pulp Cells

A knowledge of the structure and growth of plants is an aid to understanding some of the problems that develop when growing plants. All seed-producing plants have vegetative organs roots, stems, and leaves and reproductive organs flowers, fruits, and seeds . Ferns have vegetative organs and reproduce by spores. Roots anchor the plants. They also absorb water and plant nutrients from the soil and carry these upward to the stem. Some roots are modified for food storage. Carrots, peonies, and...

Calyceraceae

Ssp Boopis

Mus. Hist. Nat. 6 74 1820 , nom. cons. F.H. Hellwig Perennial or rarely annual herbs, occasionally subligneous, often stemless or with scapiform flowering shoots. Leaves alternate, often forming a basal rosette, somewhat fleshy, without stipules, sessile or narrowed into a distinct petiole, undivided to dissected, margin entire, sinuate, dentate or serrate, sometimes revolute. Flowers in capitula, surrounded by triangular to lanceolate involucral bracts which...

Fertilization

It is relatively easy to burn the roots of kiwivines, so apply fertilizer cautiously. The following recommendations are based on our experiences in the Pacific Northwest. Fertilize young kiwifruit vines monthly with small amounts of nitrogen N . Ammonium nitrate and urea are good sources of nitrogen for kiwifruit. In the first year, apply no more than 0.4 oz of actual N per plant per month in May, June, and July 12 lb actual N per acre for 160 plants per acre . Spread the nitrogen in a circle 6...