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Fighting aphids on cucumbers

Aphids are one of the most famous and common pests of vegetable and fruit plants. You can fight it, but you need to start on time, and one treatment is usually not enough. This also applies to aphids that have settled on cucumbers. Signs of aphids on cucumbers Of all the known species of aphids, cucumbers are mainly visited by melons, which, in addition to melons, watermelons and other pumpkin seeds, also adores legumes and cabbage.

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Few of the flower growers know that in indoor conditions it is quite possible to grow geranium (pelargonium) with inflorescences of various shades and aromas. Geranium grafting will help you with this, thanks to which you can feel like a real creator. For grafting, you can use only absolutely healthy young geranium bushes.

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Bugs That Eat Breadfruit: What Are Some Pests Of Breadfruit Trees New

Bugs That Eat Breadfruit: What Are Some Pests Of Breadfruit Trees

By: Darcy Larum, Landscape DesignerBreadfruit trees provide nutritious, starchy fruit that are an important food source in the Pacific Islands. Although generally considered problem free trees to grow, like any plant, breadfruit trees can experience some specific pests and diseases. Let’s learn more about bugs that eat breadfruit.

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About alternative options for sowing seeds for seedlings Miscellanea

About alternative options for sowing seeds for seedlings

Read the first part of the article: How to properly sow seeds for seedlings Seeds are sown directly on a gel substrate or a layer of soil covering it Sowing seeds in a mixture of hydrogel with agrovermiculite, perlite and sawdust Theoretically, at one time, different researchers proposed various options for synthetic materials as substrates for the root system of plants - mineral wool , polyacrylamide gels, special ion exchange resins and some other materials.

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Saving Crepe Myrtle Seeds: How To Harvest Crepe Myrtle Seeds Collections

Saving Crepe Myrtle Seeds: How To Harvest Crepe Myrtle Seeds

By: Teo SpenglerCrepe myrtle trees (Lagerstroemia indica) makes many homeowners’ list of favorites in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 through 10. They offer showy flowers in summer, vivid fall color, and textural bark in winter along with attractive seed heads. Collecting crepe myrtle seeds is one way to grow new plants.

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