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Although treatment of fruit trees in winter is as equally important as their treatment during spring and harvest seasons, most farmers neglect their treatment due to the absence of any visible signs that require intervention. Adhering to these practices well and regularly is one the utmost important preventive methods that must be adopted in order to avoid the need to spray them with pesticides and toxins to combat diseases when they appear later. Prevention is the best cure! This article provides a detailed explanation of winter treatments and guides you through using this treatment for optimal protection of fruit trees.
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Now that the holidays are over, you might be staring at the poinsettia you were offered, wondering how far into the year it might survive this time. Only these holiday beauties can make it to the next year easily, if well taken care of. Whether blessed with a perfectly green thumb or struggling to grow all things green, Agrotica has got you covered as we walk you through the full process of caring for your poinsettia.
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Tomato farmers often notice spots of various shapes and sizes on tomato fruits and leaves in the open field or inside greenhouses. These spots increase in size and number when the weather is humid and moderately warm. It is a sign that these plants need your help. To find out how to keep tomatoes healthy, you need to identify the problem of the plant. Therefore, you need to scrutinize the spots on tomato leaves in your farm.
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Protected agriculture is the main source of livelihood for about 80% of the coastal farmers. This farming method has been introduced since the seventies of the last century, and the number of greenhouses has since been increasingly developed to meet the market needs.
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The potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) is an annual and dicotyledonous plant from the family of Solanaceae with 26 genus and 2800 species. Cultivative potatoes belong to S. tuberosum with 180 varieties that produce tubers. Most commercial varieties of S. tuberosum are tetraploid. There are two subspecies: tubersum and andigena, whereas, tubersum is with world distribution expended. The root system of S. tuberosum is relatively weak and expands easily in light soil with sandy clay texture. Methods of propagation of potato are asexual with tubers division, and sexual with true potato seed culture.
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Melon (Canary melon), scientifically known as Cucumis melo, (this name will be used in this study) is one of the crops that evolve and propagate over the years on coastal greenhouses, due to its good profitability during a short season and low costs. This product is sold at reasonable prices at times when it is not found on the market.
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