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Citrus problems: the expert answers on citrus diseases Various

Citrus problems: the expert answers on citrus diseases

THE AGRONOMIST ANSWERS ON HOW TO GROW AND TREAT PLANTS PROBLEMS ON CITRUS Citrus spp. (Family Rutaceae) The column is dedicated to problems on citrus fruits. If you wish to write to our agronomist in order to have an answer on a problem concerning your plant, you must indicate: The section is dedicated to plant problems.

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Gazania - Gazania uniflora Various

Gazania - Gazania uniflora

Gazania Gazania is a small herbaceous plant with very decorative flowers. It belongs to the “Gazania” genus, which includes about 40 different species, and to the “Asteraceae” family, which is the largest group of flowering plants among those existing in nature. The name "gazania" derives from Theodore Gaza, a well-known humanist and Byzantine translator, who lived in the early fifteenth century, born in Thessalonica and died in San Giovanni a Piro.

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Other outdoor games Various

Other outdoor games

What are the most popular outdoor games to entertain your child are the swing and the slide, but there is also a children's playhouse, spring games, carousel, table football, mini golf. Each game has specific characteristics and is obviously suitable for a certain age.

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Persephone and Proserpina - Greek and Latin Mythology - Various

Persephone and Proserpina - Greek and Latin Mythology -

PERSEPHONE Persephone Museum Pergamon Berlin Persephone in Greek mythology was the goddess of spring vegetation. She was the daughter of Zeuse di Demeter and grew up in Sicily until the day when Hades the lord of the dead kidnapped her because he fell in love with her and married her (I saw Mitodi Demeter and Persephone). Demeter upset by the fate of her daughter, decreed that for the six months that Persephone would be in Adeci it would be autumn-winter while for the six months in which she was on the earth, there would be spring-summer.

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Plumeria - Apocynaceae - Plumeria plant cultivation and care Various

Plumeria - Apocynaceae - Plumeria plant cultivation and care

HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR OUR PLUMERIAL PLANTS Plumeria, native to the tropical areas of Central America and the Caribbean areas, known as plumiera or pomelia but better known as frangipani is without fear of being proven wrong, a jewel of nature. EudicotyledonsClado: AsterisOrder: GentianalesFamily: ApocynaceaeGenus: PlumeriaSpecies: see the paragraph «Main species» GENERAL CHARACTERISTICSThe Plumerianoto genus also as plumiera opomelia but better known as frangipani belongs to the Apocynaceae family which is a plant native to tropical and zonibara areas; we could define, without fear of being proven wrong, a jewel of nature.

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Miltonia and Miltoniopsis - Orchids - Cultivation techniques and main species of the Miltonia and Miltoniopsis Orchid Various

Miltonia and Miltoniopsis - Orchids - Cultivation techniques and main species of the Miltonia and Miltoniopsis Orchid

OUR FRIENDS ORCHIDEMILTONIA AND MILTONIOPSIST Cultivation techniquesPages 1 -2 BOTANICAL CLASSIFICATION Wood: PlantaeClado: AngiospermsClado: MonocotyledonsOrder: AsparagalesFamily: OrchidaceaeGender: Miltonia and MiltoniopsisSpecies MileSpecies that have always been subjected to many modifications attributions of species and still today the different scholars do not agree on the identification of the different species.

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Climate: after so much cold, finally a bit of heat Various

Climate: after so much cold, finally a bit of heat

After so much cold ... finally comes a little bit; We will talk about the temperature trend starting from 10,000 years BC. Why this limit, which after all, compared to the presence of man on Earth, is a very small thing? Perhaps it is difficult to reconstruct the changes in temperature in previous eras?

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 Stapelia - Apocynaceae - How to care for, grow and flower Stapelia plants Various

Stapelia - Apocynaceae - How to care for, grow and flower Stapelia plants

HOW TO CULTIVATE AND CARE FOR OUR PLANTS STAPELIA are succulent plants, highly coveted by fans of fat plants that absolutely must not be missing in their collections because of their spectacular and unique flowers. Apocynaceae Genus: Stapelia Species: see the paragraph «Main species» GENERAL FEATURES The genus Stapelia includes spectacular succulent plants, native to the tropical areas of South Africa, in particular to Botswana, Zimbawe and Namibia, belonging to the Apocynaceae family.

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World Hunger - Video Various

World Hunger - Video

VIDEO Hunger in the world So many, too many people are not considered human beings and they are given only crumbs. We want to remember with this video that we are all the same and we all have the same right: the right to live and to live with dignity.

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Caper Various

Caper

Characteristics The caper, whose scientific name is "Capparis spinosa L.", is part of the Capparidaceae family and represents one of the traditional plants of the Mediterranean environments and has the characteristic of developing spontaneously along the escarpments and, in many cases, also against the walls.

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The regulatory and environmental context of our agriculture Various

The regulatory and environmental context of our agriculture

The regulatory and environmental context of our agriculture What is currently being done in Europe for more sustainable agriculture? EU Member States are currently defining similar strategies so that all agricultural land, especially land that is no longer used and uncultivated for production purposes, is kept in good agronomic condition and environmental according to art.

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Welwitschia mirabilis - The strangest succulent plant in the world Various

Welwitschia mirabilis - The strangest succulent plant in the world

Welwitschia mirabilis the strangest succulent plant in the world Welwitschia mirabilis is a plant that we find in south-west Africa, in the desert areas of Kalahari and Namib, between Angola and Namibia. It is the only species of the order Welwitschiales and of the Welwitschiaceae family.

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Sound emitted by the lark: song of the lark Various

Sound emitted by the lark: song of the lark

SOUNDS EMITTED BY ANIMALS The sounds emitted by the lark: chirping The lark, scientific name Alauda arvensis family Alaudidae, is a bird much appreciated and loved especially by artists and poets due to its behavior of flying vertically towards the sky in the early morning during the beautiful season and sing out loud and then plummet and then rise again and start singing again.

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The mistletoe, this parasite - Strange and curious news Various

The mistletoe, this parasite - Strange and curious news

The mistletoe, this parasite The mistletoe (Viscus album of the Lorantaceae family), a much loved plant during the Christmas period, linked to the tradition of the kiss under the mistletoe, is actually a very bad plant. In fact, it lives by parasitizing the branches of higher plants such as conifers and broad-leaved trees. Contrary to other parasitic plants, mistletoe has the ability to carry out chlorophyll photosynthesis and obtains mineral solutions from the host by means of appendages that pierce the cortex up to the innermost tissues both to anchor themselves and to differentiate tissues similar to vascular elements which are used to suck the sap of the parasitized plant.

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Capolino: definition and meaning Various

Capolino: definition and meaning

The flower head is the typical inflorescence of Asteraceae (Compositae) in which the sessile flowers (without peduncle) are inserted at the apex of the dilated and shortened main axis (receptacle), which can have a more or less convex shape, flat or slightly concave. The flowers can all be ligulate, that is with the tongue (photo below right); or all tubular; or the central tubular ones and the peripheral ligulate ones (photo below center).

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Dracena problems - The expert responds on the diseases of the dracena Various

Dracena problems - The expert responds on the diseases of the dracena

THE AGRONOMAN ANSWERS ON HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR PLANTS WHY & 39; DO THE LEAVES OF MY DRACENA BECOME BROWN? QUESTION FROM LORELLA I have a dracena marginata for more than 4 years. At the beginning I kept it in an outdoor veranda, but then I moved house and I put it in the kitchen, in a bright place and started to be beautiful, even making fragrant flowers in November (I live in Sicily).

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Conservation of species and the environment Various

Conservation of species and the environment

CONSERVATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIES For a few decades, a concern has spread that more and more people share: the survival of many animal and plant species is threatened, essentially by the invasion and the foresight of our species. This column will talk about this, and about what can be done to prevent this perhaps unique and certainly very rare phenomenon (the biodiversity of our planet) from disappearing from the cosmos.

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Sounds emitted by the gorilla Various

Sounds emitted by the gorilla

SUONI EMESSI DAGLI ANIMALII suoni emessi dal gorillaIl gorilla, nome scientifico Gorilla gorilla della famiglia Hominidae, la scimmia antropomorfa più grande al mondo, emettenumerosi suoni e versi per esprimere vari stati d& 39;animo. Di seguito riportiamo i versi e i rumori prodotti da gorilla adulti per manifestare uno stato di disagio.

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Voices and sounds emitted by the crow: croaking of the crow Various

Voices and sounds emitted by the crow: croaking of the crow

SUONI EMESSI DAGLI ANIMALII versi emessi dalla cornacchia:gracchiareLa cornacchia, nome scientifico Corvus corone della famiglia Corvidae, nota anche come cornacchia comune europea o cornacchia nera,è un uccello che produce dei suoni acuti caratteristichi, comunemente conosciuti come gracchiare.

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