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Answer: It depends. Zero has to translocate through the plant’s system and travel down to the roots. The process of translocation takes more or less time, ...
Category: Weeds
Tags: weed
Answered: 03:06PM, 20 Oct 2009
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Answer: Poor fruit production in these crops is commonly a result of inadequate pollination. Cucurbit flowers only remain open for one day. If pollination ...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: fruit, citrus
Answered: 03:06PM, 20 Oct 2009
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Answer: Continuous dull cloudy weather or growing in less than full sun can cause this problem. Cut off the long shoots and the plants will stop climbing w...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: vegetables
Answered: 03:07PM, 20 Oct 2009
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Answer: Most seeds are packed on high speed, form fill and seal packing machines.Seeds come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Sometimes despite contin...
Category: Products
Tags: seeds, products
Answered: 03:07PM, 20 Oct 2009
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Answer: Calendula, Delphinium, Gazania, Pansy, Phacelia, Phlox, Salpiglossis, Sweet Pea, Vinca, Viola, Coriander, Parsley.
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: seeds, flower
Answered: 03:08PM, 20 Oct 2009
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Answer: Over-watering is the main cause of seed failure for most types of seeds. Seeds need water and oxygen to germinate, so are best started in a light, ...
Answered: 03:09PM, 20 Oct 2009
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Answer: Sweet peas need to grow in a full sun position.Addition of too much Nitrogen based fertiliser encourages leaf growth but not flowers. Some sweet pe...
Answered: 03:09PM, 20 Oct 2009
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Answer: Sweet corn requires warm soil for germination (above 13°C for standard sweet corn varieties and about 18°C for supersweet varieties). This means ai...
Answered: 03:10PM, 20 Oct 2009
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Answer: Beans need warm temperatures for good germination. Don’t be tempted to plant them too early. The seeds are capable of absorbing quite a lot of wate...
Answered: 03:11PM, 20 Oct 2009
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Answer: This is usually an indication of too little light. Move seedlings into a position with better light, or outside if they are indoors. Thin out the s...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: plant_care
Answered: 03:11PM, 20 Oct 2009