Clonex

02 Jul 19
Farm & Garden Store

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Clonex® Root Maximizer® is the newest addition to the Clonex® family and is the result of over a decade of dedicated research into mycorrhizae. Mycorrhizae actually increase the surface area of plant roots, which allows the plant to reach nutrients and water that might not be available otherwise. The fungus is actually a network of filaments that grow in and around the plant root cells, forming a mass that extends considerably beyond the plant’s root system. This makes the plant stronger and more resistant to stress. It even protect their host plant against unwanted pathogens. Clonex® Root Maximizer® puts life into your soil by adding bountiful amounts of mycorrhizae fungi, beneficial bacteria and Trichoderma that combine to improve the health and vitality of plants. Apply product directly in contact with plant roots.
Clonex Root Maximizer is the

02 May 19
Leggett Supply

Clonex Root Maximizer Clonex Root Maximizer is the newest addition to the Clonex family and is the result of over a decade of dedicated research into mycorrhiza, the specialized beneficial root fungus that assists in the absorption of minerals and water from the soil. Mycorrhizae actually increase the surface area of plant roots, which allows […]

19 Jan 19
Internet of Things

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19 Jan 19
Internet of Things

As time passes, Clonazepam may not do the job too. It is not recommended for use during pregnancy. It is used alone or along with other medications to treat convulsive disorders such as epilepsy. It may cause you to lose consciousness if you have a history of seizures. It belongs to a class of drugs […]

27 Dec 18
Blossoms & Blueprints

In last month’s post, I explained how to use simple layering to propagate shrubs with branches close to the ground. But what about shrubs that don’t have low-hanging branches?  Fortunately, there are other propagation approaches you can use: Dividing root balls, transplanting runners, and taking stem cuttings.  Within a short time, you can have several […]

22 Dec 18
garden ruminations

I have to admit I’m not highly motivated to get out into the garden at the moment. My task for the week has been to sort out the 18,500 photos of Camellias I took in 2017. Done, phew. Now for 2016, not so many, just under 10,000. It would not be true to say that […]

18 Nov 18
Blossoms & Blueprints

Have you ever wished you could get three shrubs for the price of one?  Well, you can, with a little know-how and patience. You simply propagate new plants from the mother shrub.  There are several ways to do this, including layering, dividing, digging up runners and taking stem cuttings. Today I’ll cover simple layering.  In […]

20 Sep 18
Retro C64

Strano il cervello. Le emozioni risiedono nella memoria statica, i dettagli tecnici nella memoria dinamica…col passare degli anni i cicli di refresh diminuiscono…e i dati tendono a scomparire. Pertanto lasciamo perdere questa volta i dettagli tecnici, rinvangare i vecchi appunti sul GCR encoding ecc., tanto alla fine non … importa a nessuno (che linguaggio elegante…ma […]