Beyond Buds

Author: Ed Rosenthal
Publisher: Quick Trading Company
ISBN: 1936807246
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Completely updated with full-color photographs that are both “how-to” guides and eye candy, this book enables not only the health-conscious toker but also the bottom line–driven cultivator.

Big Magic

Author: Elizabeth Gilbert
Publisher: S. Fischer Verlag
ISBN: 3104035229
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Mit BIG MAGIC schenkt uns die Autorin eine begeisternde Liebeserklärung an die Macht der Inspiration, die aus jedem von uns einen kreativen Menschen machen kann.

The Biology Of Horticulture

Author: John E. Preece
Publisher: Wiley
ISBN:
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Proper pruning for large branches involves a series of cuts, (a) First the branch
should be undercut, (b) A second pruning cut should then be made beyond the
first cut. (c) Normally the branch will break as shown with no major bark tearing, (
d) The final cut should be made just beyond the branch collar. Dead Branch
Branch Collar FIGURE 1 3-9. Diagram of a. back cuts should be made just
beyond a bud. This bud will grow and normally assume apical dominance over
lower buds.

Proceedings Of The Academy Of Natural Sciences Of Philadelphia

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Stigmas pinkish in bud, without any pink in open flower. Sepals foliolar-tipped,
narrow, with woolly edges, entire, with many reddish stout gland-hairs beneath
and on the sides of the apical half. Sepals very long (up to 21 mm.), projecting far
beyond bud. Fruit (Aug. 13) smooth, globose, neckless, the sepals erect. Buds
very glandular. Peduncles glabrous, shining. Prickles slender and scattered on
stems ; few and scattered on flowering branchlets; straight. Infrastipular spines
none, or ...

Australian Journal Of Experimental Agriculture And Animal Husbandry

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28 x 2-bud bearers (56 buds)— usual district practice b. 4 x 14-bud bearers (56
buds) c. 6 x 1 4-bud bearers (84 buds) d. 8 x 1 4-bud bearers ( 1 12 buds). Vines
were planted 2.4 metres apart in the row, trellised on a "T" trellis with two wires 38
cm apart. A bearer length of 14 buds was chosen to ensure total coverage of the
trellis wires — shorter bearer ... the average number of flower primordia per bud
and illustrates the increased fruitfulness that occurs beyond buds one and two.

Acacias In Queensland

Author: L. Pedley
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Phyllodes 3-6 mm wide, sometimes oblong, not particularly pungent; heads in
axils of reduced phyllodes often on short lateral branches 141. A. hubbardiana
Phyllodes up to 3 mm wide at base and tapering to pungent point at apex 4. 4.
Flower heads with bracteoles with long points projecting beyond buds;
peduncles stout; phyllodes up on 3 mm broad 142. A. saxicola Flower heads
without bracteoles projecting beyond buds; peduncles slender 5. 5. Peduncles 1-
2 mm long; pod 1-3 ...

Austrobaileya

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Phyllodes 3-6 mm wide, sometimes oblong, not particularly pungent; heads in
axils of reduced phyllodes often on short lateral branches 141. A. hubbardiana
Phyllodes up to 3 mm wide at base and tapering to pungent point at apex 4. 4.
Flower heads with bracteoles with long points projeoting beyond buds;
peduncles stout; phyllodes up on 3 mm broad 142. A. saxicola Flower heads
without bracteoles projecting beyond buds; peduncles slender 5. 5. Peduncles 1-
2 mm long; pod 1-3 ...