brandon
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Performance of a bamboo (Phyllostachys) hedge in South-West UK
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Fargesia Robusta, one of the greatest bushing bamboo. This bamboo is able to withstand harsh weather. It will be safe between temperatures of 0 Degrees Fahrenheit - (17 degrees Celsius) and 90 ...

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pepper rotting disease
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Yes that is exactly what is occuring. I suggest you cleanse your soil with a little diluted dawn dish soap (antibacterial). After this, crumple down or blend egg shells nice and finely. Lay them atop ...

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Help to identify this plant please!
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It kind of looks like a Medinilla Megnifica. They are a genus within the Melastomataceae. I could be wrong about which type it is, but it definately looks like it could fit right in with the ...

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Is it cost effective to reseed my own lawn?
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How big is the area? I would say as a refunded resource, (cheap method) buy your seed needed. Get a two handed tiller, "if abled to work" till up your dried out yard. Then dig down into your yard ...

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Please identify this rose growing in my garden
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It could be a Grandiflora rose. Or even a bella. Its hard to say without completely looking at it. My pink roses climb up the front of my house up to my kitchen window. Some vine out some bush up, ...

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How near to each other should I plant my vegetable and fruit plants?
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Well Depending on which type of peppers you have started, I can say hotter varieties will partially cross with tomatoes or make cucumbers somewhat hot. Though Ive never had this happen to me, Ive ...

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How long can a bell pepper plant thrive while maintained indoors?
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My ghost pepper plant has lived for quite some time kept outside in sunny florida, I get a production que of around 2000 peppers per year from just my one plant. Bell peppers can be kept for a ...

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For a Greenhouse, would PE plastic cloth be suitable for a cheap sollution?
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Ive found the 303 formula from walmart has plastic protection and have looked into pe cloth also formidable to pp cloth. It is tear resistant and sun resistant for a good hope of 4 years. But its ...

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Is Zanthoxylum simulans (Sichuan pepper) self-pollinating?
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From my experience with these peppercorn plants. They tend to self pollinate at a slower rate than lets say black pepper or garden average bells and jalepeno's. These plants don't always flower a ...

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Why Do I Have Stunted Corn?
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Stunted corn sucks. Soil needs to be top notch and the climate perfect for corn to grow. Corn is known as a devestator of soil nutrients. You need to use fertilizer when growing corn. They suck dry ...

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What is eating my plants leaves?
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That is definitely a Mayfly I concur. It looks exactly like one. I have seen many Mayflies. I am absolutely positive about that. Mayflies won't harm plants. More or less fertilize it after dying so ...

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Family pool on lawn all summer - what can I do to help the grass underneath recover?
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You wanna hear what I would do? Which involves a bit of work, which I find fun. Dig it all up within the circle, till it and loosen it all up. Then dig into your grass, mix it around in the loosened ...

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What is eating my plants leaves?
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Inchworms can hide underneath leaves and will devestate plants, check under every leaf. They were all over my big boy tomato plants right as they were coming in. Large grasshoppers may also cause ...

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Pollinating C.pubescens (rocoto) peppers
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I grow many types of pepper. Banana Peppers and Poblanos are my favorite peppers. Unfortunately some of the time, they don't like to produce without a little nudge. I always sit with my plants, ...

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