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Understanding Cyclamen Plant - The Gardener’s Complete Guide to Growing and Caring for Cyclamen By Deedee Moore
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How to take good care of your cyclamen plants? The Gardener’s Complete Guide to grow your beautiful cyclamen. You will read in this ebook: Morphological Features Growth Habit Propagation 1.... More > Seed Propagation 2. Ball Propagation 3. Tissue Culture Propagation Cultivation and Management Techniques 1. Germination Stage 2. Management after germination 3. Transplant and Potting 4. Changing pots 5. Summering Management 6. Growing Management 7. Flowering Management 8. Hastening Blossom Techniques 9. Subsequent management Hydroculture 11 Buying Tips for Cyclamen Plant Cyclamen Caring Tips (From Spring, Summer, Autumn to Winter) Frequently Asked Questions Pests, Problems and Pesticides Plant Disease 1. Blight 2. Botrytis Cinerea 3. Bacterial Soft Rot 4. Anthracnose 5. Cyclamen virus Pest control 1. Root-knot nematode 2. Cyclamen mite Physiological Diseases 1 Bulbs Cracking 2. Petals Deformity 3. Nutrient Deficiency Symptom 4. Sunscald 5. High Temperature< Less
Minnesota Botany an Ecological Approach By James Schultz
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300 pages (8 1/2x11), over 1200 beautiful color photographs, charts, graphs and specialized graphics. Botany is perfect for students, naturalists, horticulturalists, ecologist and for those who just... More > want to know how plants work and fit into the scheme of life on earth. Written by a naturalist/teacher of 32 years, the book covers: Plant ecology, taxonomy, cells and tissues, anatomy, reproduction, physiology, endangered and exotic species, conservation, diseases and pests, plant and culture lists, how to use native plants in landscaping and for wildlife. Beautiful color photographs and graphics help explain all the concepts in a way that is easy for the student/naturalist to understand. The book would be a great asset to classes in botany, biology, ecology, wildlife biology, horticulture, landscaping, environmental science and more. It is age appropriate for middle school up through college. Covers many of the states grad standards.< Less

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