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Presented by Texas Master Gardener Specialist – Plant Propagation Prepared by: Thomas LeRoy Montgomery County Extension Agent - Horticulture
Materials Needed Jiffy 7 Peat Pellet Plastic Petri Dish Clear Plastic Cup Distilled Water Chlorine Bleach Eye Dropper Mixing Vial Fern with Spores
Place Peat Pellets in Plastic Container Add Distilled Water Ready To Use
In A few weeks spores will begin to grow. Dribble water on to peat plug to maintain moisture and assist in fertilization of the embryos.
Growth after 6 weeks. Fronds begin to appear in about 3 months.
11 months after sowing
Use Needle Probe to Loosen Roots Be Careful to Avoid Plant Damage Ready to Transplant
Loosen Soil for Planting Plant Carefully Tap Soil Around Plant
Newly Planted Fern Cover Until Established Ready to Harden Off
Presented by: Texas Master Gardener Specialist – Plant Propagation Prepared by: Thomas LeRoy, Montgomery County Extension - Horticulturist.
Seed Propagation Master Gardener Training. What is Plant Propagation Plant propagation is the process of artificially or naturally propagating (distributing.
Production of seeds Seed Coat - protection Endosperm – stored plant food Embryo – embryonic plant.
Nonvascular Plants, Mosses and Ferns. What are Nonvascular Plants??
Up-Keep in the Garden. Weeding Weeds All plants not intended to grow in the spot they are in Should be removed to allow wanted plants to grow
SEED PROPAGATION FROM SEED SELECTION TO STARTS Master Gardener, Stephanie Means.
Sexual plant propagation. Propagation of plants from seeds w Composition of seeds w Seed coat- outside covering which protects embryonic plant w endosperm-
Media & Containers Used In Bedding Plants. Bedding Plant Media Media-materials used to start and grow plants –Soil –Inorganic materials –Commercially.
Experiment No 1. 5 Experiment Material and Chemicals Overview Introduction Procedure Objective
Spinach Scientific name: Spinacia oleracea Spinach needs full sun to partial shade, well drained fertile soil 1-3 weeks for seedlings to appear, and covering.
Materials IAA solution, 0.01% w/v = 100 parts per million (ppm) Radish seeds 8 Test tubes or Bottles Distilled Water 8 Petri Dishes 8 Acetate Grids and.
How to Grow Morning Glory Plants Morning Glory plants like full sun. They will grow in average to poor soils. Add compost prior to planting, if your soil.
A Squash Planting System for the Home Garden. A 4 feet X 4 feet sheet of black plastic mulch. A 3 liter soft drink bottle to aid in irrigating below the.
Mrs. Gander. Definition: hor·ti·cul·ture [ ˈ hôrd ə ˌ k ə lCH ə r] noun the art or practice of garden cultivation and management.
Experiment Questions Effect of IAA on Plant tissue.
Seed Germination and Growth Spencer Horticulture Curriculum 2011.
Propagation To increase the number of plants, reproducing plants Sexual Propagation Propagation with seed Asexual Propagation Propagation without seed.
Installing & Maintaining Woody Plants ( For Proper Establishment & Health) Alicia Lamborn Horticulture Agent Baker County Extension Service.
You need to know how salt affects the health of your crops and the microbial activity of the soil that nurtures them! It is important to determine the.
Title. Does different types of water effect plant growth?
How to Transplant a Tree Karen Berg The Garden Company.
And I don’t mean for you big ‘ol babies! Nursery Production
How To Grow A Pineapple. Step 1: Buy a mature fresh pineapple.
STC Plant Growth and Development Lesson 4: Thinning and Transplanting (Day 4 or 5) Kennewick School District.
Chapter 4 Section 4 Ferns and Their Relatives. Characteristics of Seedless Vascular Plants Ferns and their relatives share two characteristics. They have.
How do mosses get water? A How do mosses get water? Mosses and Liverworts are nonvascular cling to damp soil, sheltered rocks, and shady sides.
Hardening protocol of in vitro plantlets of Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz.) varieties Sree Vijaya, H-226 and H-165 R. Shiji, James George, S. Sunitha.
We explore the soil from the school garden. There are worms in the soil.
Ms. Frazier is planting four 4x4 tomato gardens. She wants to test the fertilizers to see which one is the best for her tomatoes. She believes that if.
By Matt Balick. Problem Statement- Does the concentration of Miracle-Gro affect the height that a plant will grow? Hypothesis- If a plant is given.
Grow It & Eat It March 17, 2012 Sponsored by the James City County/Williamsburg Master Gardeners.
Layering Spencer Horticulture Curriculum Layering Roots are formed on a stem Root while still attached to the parent plant.
1 Unit 6 Seeds Horticulture/Landscape. 2 What is Propagation? There are many ways of propagating, or reproducing, plants. The most common method of reproducing.
1. Bulb Structure containing an embryonic plant and food for the plant.
Mrs. Halkiades CCCHS Fall Lawns Major part of most home landscapes 1. Add beauty 2. Play areas 3. Cover to control soil erosion.
Seeds, Separation, and Cuttings By: Vaughn Anderson.
Everything is Coming Up Roses LoAyne Voigt Renville County Extension Agent.
Tuesday 27th April 2010RHS Level 2 Certificate in Gardening Mulches for Weed Control.
Colorado AgriScience 1 Colorado AgriScience Plant Science Unit 4: Reproduction & Genetics Lesson 5: Asexual Propagation II.
Introduction: Bamboo plant has diverse uses and evergreen market. In gardening, landscaping and Horticulture It is one of the important constituent of.
Chicken Tractor Prepared by: L. Robert Barber, & Ilene Iriarte For: Guam Cooperative Extension Service & Guam Department of Agriculture Funding provided.
Date Lesson 3: Planting the Seeds. Inside of Planter Quad.
Plant and Mammalian Tissue Culture Plant Culture Laboratory - Start Flytrap or Rose Culture.
Greenhouse Management and Crops Section 4 Unit 13, 14, 15.
Bedding Plant Production Mr. Fredrickson. Bedding Plants are: O Annuals O Complete their life cycle in one growing season. O Desired for their color or.
How Do You Know When to Plant Seeds for the Garden? Knowing when to plant seeds indoors or directly in the garden comes with experience, and this information.
Sexual Propagation Ms. Avinelis. Why Use Seeds for Propagation? Reliable Uniform Crops Reliable Uniform Crops Low Cost Low Cost Easy to Handle Easy to.
Soil Management for the Home Gardener Dr. Greg Schwab Extension Soil Management Specialist Estill County Horticulture Seminar February 3, 2004 Soil Management.
Fun With C-Ferns (and a Vitamin B1 Supplement) Days of GrowthC1C2A1A2B1B2Additional Observatories Day 1 Seeds were sown Day 3 No germination Day 6 No germination.
Be sure to use your handouts AND your text (pg. 393) as additional references!
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