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the joint on a where a leaf attched roots and shoots potentiaily developed from nodal areas node
component commonly used in propagation and potting medias it is a heat expanted mineral material perlite vermicuilite
artifical soil usually consistinbg of several compnents used for propagation propagation media
synthetic material used to decrease light intensity in the green house or out doors shade cloth
material sprayed onto the outside suface of a greenhouse to decrease light intensity inside shading compound
usually encapsulated fertllizer that realeases its nutrient over an extended period of time slow release fertilizer
component of many potting medias an organic product used for its water and nutrient holding abilites sphagnum moss peat
common component of any potting medias the most common are firs and pines tree bark
fertilizer which will dissolve easily in water for plant root up take water sokuble fertilizer
refers to the production phase which takes plac after propogated growing on
small pre rooted plant liner
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