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The enrichment of bodies of water with nutrients that encourage plant growth is called?

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SOURCE: 2 conifirs have been planted

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When transplanting you will often have at least some temporary damage....
In your case being that there is new growth to the trees the damage is only marginal and temporary...
Continue in the path you are on and give them some food (fertilizer) for the cooler months ahead...
Come spring they will be in good shape and take off again...

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Plant growth lights are meant solely for promoting plant growth. Since these light are quite commonly used for houseplant you can find it in every hardware store. The price is a bit high ranges from 15-35 dollars.

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Basic difference between animals and plants for a) Movement b) Nutrition c) Reproduction d) Growth and e) Response to the environment


Providing even a fairly basic answer would require an essay it is beyond the scope of this site and beyond the scope of myself, in terms of time and effort, to provide.

There is little difference between plants and animals - both are cellular, dependent on water and are carbon-based lifeforms using similar building blocks of life and mostly plants reproduce using male and female interaction even though many are self fertilising and some are self-propagating. Many plants can reproduce in more than one way....

Plants use photosynthesis to convert carbon into sugars where animals have a symbiotic relationship with gut bacteria that breaks down and converts food that has passed through the preparation stages of chewing and being soaked in digestive substances. The gut bacteria release the nutrients we need and these pass through the gut walls.

Plants don't move in the short term but are capable of moving considerable distances through the action of wind, water and animals or birds in a sort of symbiotic way; in a similar way to how they evolve to cope with long term environmental difficulty and changes.
Some plants move by self-reproduction; growing until a part leans over and touches the soil where it will put down roots, eg. brambles...

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What is the central vocual of a plant cell called?


In addition to a cell wall, plant cells also have this very large structure that can take up as much as 80% of the cell's volume. This is called a central vacuole, a large storage compartment in plant cells. What can this vacuole hold? Well, although other non-plant cells can also have vacuoles, plant cells have these characteristically gigantic vacuoles that are largely a storage place for water. While animal cells are around 70% water, plant cells can be 90% full of water - and they need a place to put it! However, in addition to water, a vacuole can also contain food and other nutrients, as well as waste products.

The central vacuole can also contain digestive enzymes like those in animal cell lysosomes. A central vacuole also can help maintain a neutral pH in the cell by pumping hydrogen atoms, or protons, from the cytoplasm into the vacuole. What happens if you pump a lot of protons into the vacuole? This makes this plant cell component acidic, which also is similar to a lysosome.

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The leaves on my peony plant turn very light green with darker green veins before it blooms...why?


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Fertilize with a complete fertilizer that contains micro nutrients.

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The foliage looks very good (color, texture, freedom of insect damage, etc.). "Food" or nourishment depends on things like plant species, soil conditions (available root growth area, density, drainage, pH, existing nutrient levels, etc., etc.). Send a soil sample to your state soil analysis lab for discovering pH, nutrient levels, recommendations for soil treatments, etc. Your county Ag Agent will help you free of charge.

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How much money should I spend on a Phillips Agro-Light tube?


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Why do I have so many algae in my tank?


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How and when do I cut my rose bush for the winter?


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How to make a solution for water bonsai


http://www.bonsai4me.com/Basics.html

Above is a good site for all things Bonsai.

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