root system

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a developed system of roots


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Trees planted prior to this timeframe are prone to heat stress and those grounded too late in the year may not have enough time to properly establish their root system prior to dormancy.
It allows over 90 per cent of the water and plant food to be directly available to the plant's root system.
Plants with ample oxygen in the root system also absorb nutrients faster.
I always give plants I'm moving a bit of a prune to compensate for the fact their root system may have been damaged or diminished.
The wiring and trenching necessary to in-stall traditional grid-tied lighting would have destroyed the delicate and treasured tree root system of the garden, and been prohibitively expensive with a number of existing permanent structures already in place," Tailor explains.
Let [PHI] = [PHI](S) be a crystallographic root system with a simple system S.
In 2009, Graeme Hammer and his colleagues published a "fast-breaking paper" in Crop Science titled "Can changes in canopy and/or root system architecture explain historical maize yield trends in the U.
Good root system development is essential for optimum wheat (Triticum aestivum L.
Also, field conditions, such as soil chemistry and soil moisture, can vary from one site to the next, and changing conditions dramatically affect the shape, size, and health of a root system.
A: Visualize the tree root system as a flat pancake that spreads outward from the trunk, potentially in all directions, one and one half times the height of the tree.
Developing selection systems for mature root system traits is challenging, as there are a limited number of high-throughput phenotyping methods for roots in the field.
Once a good root system develops, sever the plant below the roots.
They see the spreading underwater root system, and it can spread quite a ways.
The root system can swell with water and push against substances such as the surfaces of car parks with immense force.