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By beth botts of The "You think I'd crumble? You think I'd lay down and die? Oh no, not I. I will survive!"So sang Gloria Gaynor in 1978. And sure enough, there are plants alive today that were thriving when disco was king.
By Ozenc, Damla Bender This study was carried out to determine effects of composted hazelnut husk (CHH) on tomato seedlings grown under water stress conditions. Seven media were prepared using CHH mixed, in different ratios, with native peat and perlite.
By Douds, David D Jr Nagahashi, Gerald; Reider, Carolyn; Hepperly, Paul R Arbuscular mycorrhizal [AM] fungi are potentially important tools in sustainable agriculture due to their roles in crop nutrient uptake, disease resistance, and water relations and in stabilizing soil aggregates.
By Garden Variety CURTIS SMITH For the Journal Q: I want to use my own garden soil and homemade compost for my flower and vegetable garden transplants this year.
By Moldes, A; Cendn, Y; Lpez, E; Barral, M T Municipal solid waste (MSW) compost from aerobic or anaerobic bioprocesses was evaluated as components of substrates for potted plant production.
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