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Vocab Final

GPM Gallons Per Minute
HONEY DEW A sticky honey like substance secreted into foliage by aphids, scale and mealy bugs
Aeration Supplying soil and roots with air or oxygen
ACID An acid or sour substance with a pH below 7.0
FERTILIZER BURN Over fertilization: first leaf tips burn & then the leaves curl.
FOLIAGE The leaves or more generally, the green part of a plant
BREAKER BOX Electrical circuit box having on/off switches rather than fuses.
CHLOROPHYLL Green coloring matter of leaves and plants, essential to the production of carbohydrates by photosynthesis.
FEED Deliver nutrient to the plant through roots or foliage
FERTIGATE To fertilize and water at the same time
Soil COMPACTION Soil condition that results from tightly packing soil; compacted soil allows for only marginal aeration and root penetration.
CUBIC FOOT A volume measurement 12”x 12”x 12”
CUTTING Growing tip cut from a parent plant for asexual propagation
DRIP LINE A line around a plant directly under its outermost branch tips: roots seldom grow beyond the drip line.
Created by: dale33