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Growing zucchini and squash - how to accelerate ripening

This summer, many crops are lagging behind in development due to the cool weather in May and June. Gardeners are looking forward to the appearance of the first zucchini and squash. It is necessary to remember some of the features of these crops in order to get an earlier and plentiful harvest and to avoid diseases. During fruiting, 2-3 leaves are removed from the middle of the bush - for better illumination and ventilation.

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What Is Tea Tree Mulch: Using Tea Tree Mulch In Gardens

By: Teo SpenglerThink of mulch as a blanket you tuck over your plants’ toes, but not just to keep them warm. A good mulch regulates soil temperature, but also accomplishes much more magic. What is tea tree mulch? Read on to learn all about tea tree mulch uses.What is Tea Tree Mulch?Mulch is any product that you spread over the soil in your garden.

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Hardenbergia - Fabaceae - How to care for and grow Hardenbergia plants Collections

Hardenbergia - Fabaceae - How to care for and grow Hardenbergia plants

HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR OUR PLANTS HARDENBERGIAL The Hardenbergia with its climbing habit is an excellent cover for fences, pergolas and walls. GENERAL The genus Hardenbergia of the Fabaceae family (ex Leguminosae) includes several species native to Australia where it lives in very different habitats: from the coast to the mountains, from the forest to the wood and sometimes even on the moors.

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Canine lymphosarcoma

Unfortunately, and perhaps fortunately, during these years there was no domestic literature on practical animal oncology, and there was no access to foreign literature. Therefore, a lot of work had to be done to study and adapt medical techniques for the treatment of dogs and cats. As a result, in the clinic of Efimov, original methods of treatment have been developed and applied, which are distinguished by good tolerance, low toxicity and allow therapy to be carried out without resorting to hospitalization, in contrast to the methods used by foreign colleagues.

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Caladium

Caladium belongs to the Aroid family and is a herbaceous plant similar to a vine. Caladium has about 15,000 species and is distributed mainly in Brazil along the banks of the Amazon River. The name literally translates as "a plant with edible roots." Plant height can reach about 5 meters, and the leaves are so large that people hide under them during the pouring rain.

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