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lath house


Structure used to protect plants from the weather and to get them adjusted to the weather before planting them out in the garden.
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asexual


Propagation with out pollination.
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biodegradable


 A material that is able to decompose or break down through natural bacterial or fungal action, substances made of organic matter are biodegradable.
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cambium


 Tissue in the plant that produces new cells.
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clone


  An identical reproduction of the parent plant.
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compost


Compost, also called humus, is a soil conditioner made up of partly decayed organic material, usually consisting of plant materials such as leave and pine needles, plus manure and soil.
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corm


Corms are similar to true bulbs, in that they contain a stem base, but they do not hold the entire baby plant. The roots growing from a basal plate are located on the bottom of the corm. (The basal plate is the base area of the bulb.) The growth point is located on the top of the corm. A corm only lasts for a single season, but a new corm will form [..]
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hardpan


A hardened impervious layer, typically of clay, occurring in or below the soil and impairing drainage and plant growth.
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metamorphosis


Meristem:
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n-p-k


This is expressed with three numbers (10-10-10 for example) on bags of fertilizer and refers to the nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium ratio in the mix. N, nitrogen; P, phosphorus; K, potassium.
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