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answered What sort of pots are used in the pot-in-pot method?
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answered Easiest way to remove large amount of leaves from yard
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answered Growing Avocado in large Container
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comment How should I treat overgrowth on tree line?
Are you looking for something to do or do you have a goal in mind? I'm not sure what the question is.
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comment Disease / pest identification
Those symptoms are consistent with fungal/virus/bacteria. Sitting in a saucer of water for a long time can cause this as well
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answered Disease / pest identification
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comment Can I grow a cherry tree from seed without stratification?
Yes, you're right. They say "This procedure produces plantable seedlings in 6 months instead of 18 months as experienced in normal nursery production of stock". Looks like you have to spray with Gibberellic acid again after germination to get good growth.
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revised Can I grow a cherry tree from seed without stratification?
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comment Can I grow a cherry tree from seed without stratification?
Can you clarify your answer in regards to the question "do you need to stratify". In the article the seed mentioned has been stratified or chilled. One would assume that you do need to stratify the seed to germinate. Is that what you meant?
Mar
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comment Is 1' x 8' cedar thick enough for raised beds
The Posts go on the inside, and they do rot, slowly. As a note using treated timber in contact with the ground is not recommended as the copper compounds used to treat it leach into the ground. I see it done a lot anyway..
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answered Is 1' x 8' cedar thick enough for raised beds
Mar
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comment Can I grow a cherry tree from seed without stratification?
why not stratify the seed? Six weeks at fridge temperature should give you good germination results. Lemons are tropical and do not need stratification. Chemical/hormone agents inhibit plant germination if they need stratification, removing the husk doesn't change that
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comment Is 1' x 8' cedar thick enough for raised beds
what kind of soil? clay, sandy, high organics? How long do you want this to last? wet soil is heavy and pushes against a retaining wall of any type
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comment Growing Epipremnum aureum stem roots on potted plant
If you wanted to try the more challenging methods of propagation your choice of layering is a good one. If you wanted the easiest way, cut a stem, put it in water.
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revised What is the name of this plant with arrow shaped leaves and how should I plant and care for it?
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asked How do I identify and control spider mites
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answered Growing Epipremnum aureum stem roots on potted plant