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The Novice Gardener's Guide to Plant Propagation By Alex Martin
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The subject of my book has been covered by many writers before me, and at first glance this book may appear pretty much the same as theirs, and to a point, I would agree, simply because we are... More > discussing the same subject matter. But that's where it ends! In writing my books; I have added the 'personal touch' by using data from diaries I have kept since 1986, meaning that all my data is tried and tested by me! Add to that I mainly use photographs that are taken by me of plants and equipment that I have grown, or used. I have also addressed something that so far as I know, no other author has attempted to do, and that is; I have created a system that allows my readers to adjust data in the book to suit their particular location. Read the book to find out more!< Less
The Future of Giant Miscanthus Propagation By Bryan Holloman
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Giant Miscanthus (Miscanthus x giganteus) is a perennial C4 grass from the grass family Poaceae, which is efficient in converting sunlight to biomass with limited water availability and in climates... More > with high temperatures. It has gained much attention as feedstock for cellulosic ethanol due to its ability to grow on marginal land and being classified as non-invasive grass species. Since Miscanthus is propagated by rhizomes it is hard to meet the growing demand from farmers. A successful micropropagation protocol will help speed up regeneration cycle, reduce cost, produce high volume, being less cumbersome, and will require less space.< Less
The Future of Giant Miscanthus Propagation By Bryan Holloman
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Giant Miscanthus (Miscanthus x giganteus) is a perennial C4 grass from the grass family Poaceae, which is efficient in converting sunlight to biomass with limited water availability and in climates... More > with high temperatures. It has gained much attention as feedstock for cellulosic ethanol due to its ability to grow on marginal land and being classified as non-invasive grass species. Since Miscanthus is propagated by rhizomes it is hard to meet the growing demand from farmers. A successful micropropagation protocol will help speed up regeneration cycle, reduce cost, produce high volume, being less cumbersome, and will require less space.< Less
Fictional Creature Propagates Reality By David Pearson
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A narrative was developed to question presupposed definitions of public/private and nature/infrastructure. Through the relationships of characters, new values arose. Overlapping jurisdictions of... More > the site leave behind oddities: water fowl hunting, nudism, animal trapping, and pesticide laced water disposal. The site is clearly overtaken by caretakers: a game warden, water fowl hunters, a farmer, marines, the EPA, CalTrans, North County Transit District, pesticide lobbyists, lifeguards. Potential space allows for the perpetuating complexity of increasing numbers of jurisdictions A CREATURE TO ROAM AN ARMATURE DEVICE and A TOWER to observe, gather/distill information, experience the site, allow future jurisdictions to occupy, raise plants, research natural infrastructural means of solving big manmade infrastructural problems.< Less
Propagating plantation trees from cuttings in containers By Warrick Nelson
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Teaching material for containerized forest nursery systems. Vegetative propagation at a large scale for plantation forestry.
PLANT AND ANIMAL TISSUE CULTURE By Dr. SEEMA J PATEL
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Plant tissue culture is commonly used to describe the in-vitro and aseptic growth of any plant part on a nutrient medium. This technology is based on three fundamental objectives, 1) The plant part... More > or explants must be isolated from the rest of plant body, 2) The explants must be maintained in controlled physically (environmental) and chemically designed (nutrient medium) conditions. 3) Asepsis must be maintained It is required for asepsis to maintain a high degree of cleanliness in the laboratory, whether the techniques are being used for simple propagation, as a method to study genetic, metabolic or development charges in a model system, or for the creation of new plant variations via genetic engineering. There are a number of basic facilities and a minimum level of organization that should be available to the people working in the laboratory. The basic facility comprises of the following.< Less
Planting & Caring for Your Rose Garden By B. Adams
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Flowers are a great addition to anyone’s life, home or yard. They are a natural way to add color to your life and they smell great at the same time. Roses are one of the best additions as they... More > add color, scent and elegance to any flower bed or home. Roses are a symbol of peace, love, and friendship. Roses are characteristic of great taste and ever lasting love for weddings, birthdays, anniversaries and the infamous gift for Valentine’s Day. You can purchase roses anywhere. They are available at flower shops, grocery stores and even convenience stores, but they are even better when they come directly from your own flower garden. There are various types of roses and each has its own special characteristics. All roses require the same type of care and that is what you will learn throughout this eBook. This book is a comprehensive guide to planting and caring for your roses, as well as tips on arranging, drying and giving roses as gifts.< Less
Medicinal Plants of the Northwest, 130 Monographs By Darcy J. Williamson
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This volume consists of 130 medicinal plant monographs of the Northwest including herbs for various medical conditions, recipes and fomulas, plus methods of seed propagation. This personal collection... More > of Darcy Williamson's monographs covers 130 of the plants she has taught to apprentice groups and many of the plants which she has used during her 40 years as an herbalist.< Less
Growing Native Plants of the Rocky Mountain Area By Robert Dorn & Jane Dorn
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The Rocky Mountain area is noted for challenging growing conditions and a great diversity of plant life. From this plant diversity, the authors have selected 518 species of native plants suitable... More > for use in horticulture and native plant landscaping. The selected species include trees, shrubs, vines, ferns, cacti, grasses, and wildflowers. Culture and propagation information are provided for each species and color photos are provided for most species.< Less
Quality improvement of cacti and succulents with alternative substrates By domenico prisa
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The soil performs fundamental functions for the support of the root system. In the soil can take place both the germination of the seeds, but also the formation of new plants through agamic methods,... More > such as cuttings, or shoots, the division of rhizomes and tubers. Cactiae are xerophyte plants of variable size and shape that adorn many of our gardens and balconies with their beautiful blooms. This paper presents some mixtures of substrates for cultivating cacti and succulents and the possible effects of some materials on their growth.< Less

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