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Will seedlings recover from accidental glyphosate (roundup) spraying?

General    None Given

I sprayed my passion fruit seedlings with a glyphosate (roundup) by mistake, will the seedlings survive? And after how long will the seedlings recover for transplanting?

Asked by: samwel (1 point)   Posted:July 3, 2013

2 answers    2369 views

Syzygium jambos(rose apple)
Big tree no fruits (rose apple)

General    Tirunelveli

The plant shown above was planted 5 years ago. It is in the 6th year of its growth. But there is no flowering yet. What is the reason? What should be done to initiate flowering in Syzygium jambos.

Asked by: Bharath Krishnan (1 point)   Posted:April 25, 2017

0 answers    708 views

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Pruning plants

General    None Given

is it ok to prune a good amount of the plant ? I do get very good growth on plants as the leaves grow massivley so i do prune them for better air circulation and less disease to the plant, not sure if its ok i mean how far can i prune

Asked by: reem (9 points)   Posted:January 21, 2015

1 answer    1171 views


General    Metán, Argentina

This is an aromatic plant. Can you help me? I need the KC for irrigation!

Asked by: florencia (1 point)   Posted:October 15, 2019

0 answers    80 views

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pragas na cultura de feijões

General    Tete,Mozambique

feijão nhemba

Asked by: Inês Sabite (1 point)   Posted:December 5, 2019

0 answers    57 views

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avocado seed problem with skin getting red dots at the cleavage fissure

General    None Given

im in the midst of sprouting an avocodo seed. it wouldnt show movement at the cleavage line so i -Dont make fun- started singing to it. it worked, the fissure line started to grow a deepening cleavage, indicating sprouting internal. but.................now it started developing red tiny spots all...

Asked by: sdf kjh (1 point)   Posted:October 18, 2016

0 answers    676 views

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What to plant between rows of tomato?

General    WI

I was thinking of squeezing some extra lettuce varieties in to my beds between the rows of tomato, that should be ok, right? I assume the lettuce will be ready to harvest before the toms get too large. Has anyone encountered any problems doing this?

Asked by: Maddy Kendall (1 point)   Posted:March 16, 2013

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General    Cassava Bacterial Blight    Morocco

Hi , I have a project school about citrus diseases , if you can help me to find image dataset about citrus diseases Thank you

Asked by: Ayoub (1 point)   Posted:May 15, 2018

1 answer    527 views

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Can I add coffee grounds directly to my soil?


A friend of mine says that you can just toss coffee grounds out onto the soil as a way of composting but I am not so sure about this. I thought coffee was very acidic, will that not harm my plants? can they absorb the coffee through their roots?

Asked by: Stacey Cottrell (1 point)   Posted:February 26, 2013

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What can I grow in an unheated greenhouse over winter?

General    ct

I work at a Montessori School in CT and we just got a greenhouse. It will not be heated this winter but I was wondering if we'd be able to use it through the winter. I was thinking about starting carrots in five gallon buckets and nasturtium in pots. Does anyone have experience gardening in...

Asked by: Emily (4 points)   Posted:October 24, 2013

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Pruning orchard

General    None Given

I am planning to prune my orchard, but in my place it is the end of winter and expecting rain in the coming week. Can I prune the orchard? Any suggestion will be appreciated.

Asked by: lordss (1 point)   Posted:March 5, 2017

0 answers    525 views

branches of fruits
The problem in Dates palm

General    None Given

That problem started after success pollination and fast time appear. I want know what is problem ?

Asked by: Ibrahim Abbas Ezzeldin (3 points)   Posted:April 12, 2016

2 answers    1622 views

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best depth for raised bed?

General    IL, Zone 8a

I want to install a raised bed and as well as some leafy greens, I’d like to grow some root crops later in the season like carrots and potatoes. Whats a good depth of soil which will allow me to grow these successfully?

Asked by: Sharon Conroy (1 point)   Posted:March 4, 2013

2 answers    3741 views

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Nuru testing

General    Uganda

I am heading a team of extension officers in Uganda working with small holder farmers growing barley, maize, sorghum and cassava. Will it be possible to get involved with the testing of the Nuru app? Regards. Theunis

Asked by: Theunis Coetzee (1 point)   Posted:May 30, 2018

1 answer    419 views

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Iron and Magnesium required for vegetable crop

General    Nairobi-kenya

Please provide information on what quantity of iron and magnesium required for vegetable crops from germination to harvest?

Asked by: emmanuel Luseno (2 points)   Posted:October 6, 2016

1 answer    817 views

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Plant & grow a nectarine tree from their stones

General    None Given

Can you plant & grow a nectarine tree from their stones?

Asked by: pauline (1 point)   Posted:August 19, 2013

4 answers    83741 views

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Brown or burned tips on the leaves of mulberry fruit tree

General    los Angeles country

I have this young pakistan mulberry fruit tree which was planted in the ground with 2 new bags of potting soil about three months ago. Recently has this developed brown or burned tips on the leaves and is getting worse, it has been watered twice a week and is planted in zone 10A where average...

Asked by: Michael Yeung (1 point)   Posted:July 7, 2015

1 answer    1434 views

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How can I amend heavy clay soil for vegetables


My husband has pulled up part of the back lawn at our new house to make way for a vegetable garden. Unfortunately we have a heavy clay soil and water just pools on it when it rains making big sticky puddles. With the strange weather this year this seems to happening a lot and the soil is getting...

Asked by: Megan Long (3 points)   Posted:August 15, 2013

6 answers    9907 views

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Is it worth it to pot little herb plants you can buy at the grocery store?

General    Pennsylvania, USA

This is something I am always wondering when I buy herbs at the grocery store that come in a little bit of potting soil: would it be worth it to put them in a bigger pot? Will they continue growing if I don't harvest too much leaves at once? For instance my favorite: basil. It would be would be...

Asked by: Charissa (3 points)   Posted:February 26, 2013

3 answers    4176 views

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Plants for a rooftop garden in Zurich Switzerland

General    South Wales

My son lives in a roof top apartment with a balcony in Zurich. Can anyone recommend suitable potted plants for the summer months (from now) The areas receive full sun for most of the day.

Asked by: David Edwards (2 points)   Posted:July 6, 2014

2 answers    2456 views

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Animal health

General    Nigeria

Does this platform help proffering solutions to animal health too or only plant/vegetables

Asked by: Moses ANYANWU (1 point)   Posted:November 12, 2017

1 answer    534 views

The burnt looking pepper plant
Habenero troubles

General    None Given

Hi I have a question on my habenero pepper plants I have two images why is my on habenero pepper plant look like all the leaves a crippled and the other one of the same age growing very healthy please help

Asked by: Dakota (1 point)   Posted:August 6, 2016

1 answer    534 views

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What are the easiest vegetables to start off with for a new gardener?

General    PA

I am totally new to vegetable gardening, never grown anything myself before but I have decided that this is the year. I would like to know what the best (easiest!) vegetables are for a beginner like me. I have a good amount of space but I don’t want to run before I can walk and end up unable to...

Asked by: Karen Miller (2 points)   Posted:March 15, 2013

4 answers    2676 views

White balls on plants - insects or disease?

General    None Given

I have been finding some little white spongy balls on my buckthorn leaves and my pomegranate fruits! Don't know what are they or how to get rid of them Please do help

Asked by: reem (9 points)   Posted:May 8, 2014

2 answers    3420 views

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How can I install my trap

General    Chikwawa,Malawi

Trap Installing

Asked by: Kumbukani Chabwera (1 point)   Posted:July 15, 2019

1 answer    105 views

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Wild Plant Identification on New Property

General    None Given

We recently moved onto some acreage in northern Michigan that has many plants that are new to me. I would really like to learn about what is currently growing here, but am having a hard time identifying plants. For instance, I have two different kinds of red berrying bushes that I have had no...

Asked by: April (2 points)   Posted:July 25, 2013

1 answer    2937 views

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Image Processing Research

General    None Given

Hi, I am wornking with an image processor for leaves, but I need some image of diseases. Do you know where I can download a Dataset?

Asked by: Miguel (1 point)   Posted:August 24, 2017

1 answer    506 views

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Apple leaf diseases, paddy leaf diseases

General    Indonesia

I am a student from Indonesia, I will do research on apple leaf disease, paddy leaf diseases , please give me a database of apple leaf disease.

Asked by: Ratih (1 point)   Posted:January 22, 2019

0 answers    166 views

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Regarding Dataset

General    India

Hello sir , I am in need of soyabean leaf database for detecting and classifying leaf disease. Can anyone help me by providing the soyabean leaf dataset.

Asked by: banufareed (1 point)   Posted:December 19, 2018

1 answer    236 views

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Has anyone tried layering their garden with multiple types of soil?

General    zone 4

I've been at the working end of a shovel for most of my life and I've noticed that most virgin soil has multiple layers. Usually I find 4 to 12" of top soil with a layer of the dominant local soil underneath, some soils will have three or four different layers in just a couple feet of digging....

Asked by: J.D. Archer (31 points)   Posted:May 14, 2013

2 answers    2837 views