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" ... of the ground without injury than if they were longer and more scattered among the soil. When destroyed, the spongioles are often speedily replaced, particularly in orchard trees, provided a slight degree of growth continues to be maintained. This... "
House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ... - Página 255
por United States. Congress. House
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A Guide to the Orchard and Fruit Garden: Or, An Account of the Most Valuable ...

George Lindley - 1831 - 601 páginas
...degree of growth continues to be maintained. This is one of the reasons why trees removed in October succeed better than if transplanted at any other time....Evaporation takes place in plants to an inconceivable degree in certain circumstances. It is known by the experiments of Dr. Hales, that a sunflower plant will...
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A guide to the orchard and kitchen garden; or, An account of ... fruit and ...

George Lindley - 1831
...degree of growth continues to be maintained. This is one of the reasons why trees removed in October succeed better than if transplanted at any other time....Evaporation takes place in plants to an inconceivable degree in certain circumstances. It is known by the experiments of Dr. Hales, that a sunflower plant will...
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The Pomological Manual: Or, a Treatise on Fruits ; Containing Descriptions ...

William Prince - 1831 - 416 páginas
...degree of growth continues to be maintained. This is one of the reasons why trees removed in October succeed better than if transplanted at any other time....Evaporation takes place in plants to an inconceivable degree in certain circumstances. It is known by the experiments of Dr. Hales, that a sunflower plant will...
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A Guide to The Outdoor and Kitchen Garden

George Lindley - 1831
...degree of growth continues to be maintained. This is one of the reasons why trees removed in October succeed better than if transplanted at any other time....Evaporation takes place in plants to an inconceivable degree in certain circumstances. It is known by the experiments of Dr. Hales, that a sunflower plant will...
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The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement

1831
...degree of growth continues to be maintained. This is one of the reasons why trees removed in October succeed better than if transplanted at any other time....the season for growing again returns." Evaporation. — The prodigious evaporation of plants is first attested by quotations from Hales, Guettard, and...
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The Gardener's Magazine, and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement, Volumen7

1831
...degree of growth continues to be maintained. This is one of the reasons why trees removed in October succeed better than if transplanted at any other time....the season for growing again returns." Evaporation. — The prodigious evaporation of plants is first attested by quotations from Hales, Guettard, and...
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The new and improved practical gardener, and modern horticulturist ...

Charles McIntosh - 1839 - 972 páginas
...degree of growth continues to be maintained. This is one of the reasons why trees removed in October, succeed better than if transplanted at any other time....to feed when the season for growing again returns." — Lindley's Guide, Sfc. This is the doctrine of vegetable physiologists, and we quote it because...
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A Guide to the Orchard and Fruit Garden: Or An Account of the Most Valuable ...

George Lindley - 1852 - 420 páginas
...degree of growth continues to be maintained. This is one of the reasons why trees removed in October succeed better than if transplanted at any other time....the season for growing again returns. EVAPORATION. Evaporation takes place in plants to an inconceivable degree in certain circumstances. It is known...
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The Book of the Garden, Volumen2

Charles McIntosh - 1855
...degree of growth continues to be maintained. This is one of the reasons why trees removed in October succeed better than if transplanted at any other time....to feed when the season for growing again returns." The importance of preserving the spongioles has been denied by Rogers, a practical writer of credit,...
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New and Improved Practical Gardener and Modern Horticulturist

Charles McIntosh - 1856 - 972 páginas
...degree of growth continues to be maintained. This is one of the reasons why trees removed in October, succeed better than if transplanted at any other time....quite over; and the first impulse of nature, when the free finds itself in a new situation, is to create new mouths by which to feed when the season for...
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