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foliage plants


The joint or a stem where a leaf attached roots and shoots potentially developed from nodal areas Node
componet commonly used in propagation and potting medias,it is a heat expanded mineral material Perlite/vermiculite
artifical soil,usually consisting of several componetsusedfor plant propagation propagation media
synthetic material used to decrease light internsity in the green-house or outdoors shade cloth
material sprayed onto the outside surface of greenhouse to decrease light intensity inside. shading compound
usually encapsilated fertilizer that releases its nutrient over an extended period of time slow release fertilizer
common component of many potting medias,as well as some propagation media; The most common barks used for thesefir and pine barks. changing moss peat
Created by: justinl186