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Viburnum plicatum or Chinese viburnum -Plant, sow, cuttings, maintain

Viburnum plicatum, THE viburnum Viburnum plicatum or Chinese viburnum is a fabulous shrub on which one can only "crack", an original flowering, an aesthetic foliage, an astonishing spreading habit! The Chinese viburnum deserves tree status because it has a majestic habit, especially when it is in full bloom.

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What Are Edible Pod Peas: Learn About Peas With Edible Pods

By: Amy GrantWhen people think of peas, they think of the tiny green seed (yes, it’s a seed) alone, not the exterior pod of the pea. That’s because English peas are shelled prior to being eaten, but there are also several edible pod pea varieties. Interested in growing edible pod peas? Read on for more edible pod pea info.

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"Queen of country crime": how to protect property from theft

Stealing is always very unpleasant psychologically, even if you have not suffered much damage. Therefore, leaving any property in the garden house, you should not count on the fact that no one will be flattered by it. Country thieves take out any belongings - tools, garden tools, cutlery, clothes.

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Information About Nettle

Get Started Harvesting Nettle Root: Uses For Stinging Nettle RootBy Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistHarvesting nettle root requires finesses and caution. Some tips and tricks on how to harvest stinging nettle roots without getting bitten by the stingers can help keep you safe as you collect this potentially troublesome, yet beneficial, plant.

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Pecan Stem End Blight Control: Treating Pecans With Stem End Blight

By: Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY GardenDo you grow pecans? Have you noticed issues with the nuts falling from the tree in summer following pollination? Nut trees can be affected by pecan stem end blight, a disease you’ll want to get ahead of before entire crops are lost.About Pecans with Stem End BlightThis fungus normally attacks during the water stage of growth and progresses.

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Plum Prunus Stem Pitting Disease – Managing Stem Pitting On Plum Trees

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistPrunus stem pitting affects many of the stone fruits. Plum Prunus stem pitting is not as common as it is in peach, but does occur and can have a negative impact on the crop. What causes plum stem pitting? It is actually a disease more commonly found in the Nightshade family as tomato ringspot virus.

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