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inoculation The introduction of a pathogen to a host plant's tissues.
inoculum The parts of a pathogen that infect plants.
insectary plant A plant that attracts beneficial insects.

Inoculation: To increase the plants' nitrogen fixation, treat soybeans at planting with Rhizobium japonicum inoculant, available through seed catalogs which sell edamame.
Spacing: Edamame are well-suited to dense plantings.

Do not purchase earthworms or inoculation kits for your compost. A composting mistake often made by newcomers is to purchase earthworms or microbial inoculation kits to get their compost piles going.

In fact, mycorrhizal inoculation was first developed during the 1970s to help reforest spoiled lands such as strip mining sites.

plant and serve as an inoculation. To maintain the protection, spraying will be
required every three weeks or so. There are certain pests and diseases that are not ...

Powdery mildew fungi send tubes from a spore on the leaf into the plant that take nutrients out of the plant. The fungi grows radially from the initial point of inoculation, and, after about four days, ...

After about a week, hundreds of thousands of infective juveniles emerge from the hollow carcass of the host insect and search for new hosts carrying with them an inoculation of bacteria that starts the lifecycle of the nematodes and bacteria over ...

LEGUME: A plant whose roots form an association with soilborne bacteria that can capture atmospheric nitrogen. Some good examples of this association are peas and soybeans. See Inoculation.

She found interest in the oriental code for flowers and objects, known as selam, and sent long lists of flower codes to her English correspondents. (Lady Mary also learned of smallpox inoculation and introduced the practice to Britain, ...

After inoculation, stack your logs in a shady area that has good air flow. They can be stacked on top of each other like Lincoln Logs or can be leaned up vertically against a taut wire, a privacy fence or anything else that will support them.

circular, depressed, necrotic spot typically on the calyx end of apple fruit in the mid-Atlantic region (photo 2-43). A fungus has been associated with X-spot lesions, but the typical lesion symptom has not been duplicated by controlled inoculation.

chemical agents that wipe out grub populations can be harmful to pets, birds, and the water table. Natural lawn care experts are currently supporting the use of the milk spore bacteria (Bacillus popillae-Dutky) as a long-term soil inoculation against ...

general, symptoms consist of various leaf and plant deformities, stunting and poor growth, and yellowing or a mosaic or mottling pattern in the leaves. Identification of the particular pathogenic agent can only be made with serological, inoculation, ...

Note that it is actually desirable to have some pest mites in the trees after inoculation with T. pyri because these plant-feeding mites provide a food source for the predators and foster faster predator population growth.

See also: See also: Plant, Leaf, Water, Insect, Growing

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