Citations with the tag: EFFECT of temperature on plants
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- The pros and cons of 2011's hot July.
Seeley, Mark // Farmer; Jul2012, Vol. 130 Issue 7, p63
The article discusses impact of warm temperature experienced in the month of July 2011 on corn production in Minnesota. INSET: Key Points.
- Fall can't come too quickly.
Smith, Ron // Southwest Farm Press; 9/19/2013, Vol. 40 Issue 17, p4
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience during summer season and the effect of hot weather on crops.
- Winterizing your home is important.
Schattenberg, Paul // Malakoff News (TX); 12/14/2012, Vol. 103 Issue 46, p14
The article offers information regarding the protection of landscapes from cold weather in San Antonio, Texas and also offers tips regarding the protection of plants which include moving tropical plants in a greenhouse area using nitrogen and potassium.
- It's Bean a Very Good Year.
Wayland, Bridget // Harrowsmith Country Life (11908416); Oct2002, Vol. 26 Issue 166, p32
Reports on growing beans in Canada. Nutritional benefits of beans; Weather needed for dried beans; Suggestions on shelling beans. INSET: The Verdict.
- High temps hamper corn disease.
Nanda, Dave // Prairie Farmer; Sep2011, p50
The article discusses the effect of high temperature in Indianapolis in July 2011 on crops and as stated, corn crop was affected but more adverse effect was seen on crop diseases, so crops were not hampered by diseases and moisture in the soil helped in fair production even at that time. INSET:...
- Heat helps late-planted corn catch up.
Nanda, Dave // Prairie Farmer; Sep2011, p57
The article focuses on the role of heat in maturity of late-planted corn. INSET: Key Points.
- U.S. cotton crop running behind schedule.
Nanda, Dave // Southeast Farm Press Exclusive Insight; 8/12/2013, p7
The article reports on the lag in the production of cotton crop in the U.S. due to dry weather in 2013.
- Living with extremes: the dark side of global climate change.
Abeli, Thomas; Jäkäläniemi, Anne; Gentili, Rodolfo // Plant Ecology; Jul2014, Vol. 215 Issue 7, p673
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various articles within the issue on topics including the effect of extreme weather events on plants, have varying responses of different plant species to extreme weather events, the direct effect of heat stress on plants.
- Crop conditions worsen.
Abeli, Thomas; Jäkäläniemi, Anne; Gentili, Rodolfo // High Plains Journal; 9/19/2011, Vol. 129 Issue 38, p3-B
The article reports on crop losses due to bad weather conditions across the state of Kansas.
- Cold weather, dry soils raise questions about survival of wheat.
Abeli, Thomas; Jäkäläniemi, Anne; Gentili, Rodolfo // High Plains Journal; 2/18/2013, Vol. 131 Issue 7, p9-B
The article informs that according to Jim Shroyer, crop production specialist at the research center K-State Research and Extension, low temperature and dry soil will affect the yield of wheat in Kansas.
- Using less energy on bedding plants.
Cockshull, Ken // Horticulture Week; 7/8/2011, p25
The article presents an experiment which demonstrates the effectiveness of using less energy on bedding plants.
- Growers best Earl.
Davis, Richard // Carolina Virginia Farmer; Dec2010, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p1
The article reports on the evaluation of the plant varieties during the difficult weather conditions where the quality of sweet potato crops remained good in 2010 despite the drought and the heavy rain from Hurricane Bonnie and Earl in North Carolina.
- Cool weather could delay grain harvest.
THOMISON, PETER // Ohio Farmer; Sep2013, Vol. 309 Issue 9, p20
The article discusses the impacts of cool temperature for delaying grain harvesting for agricultural sectors in Ohio.
POOLEY, ANNA // Australian Gourmet Traveller WINE; Apr/May2014, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p22
The article reports that the excellent winter and spring rainfall in Coal River Valley, Tasmania have resulted in some patchy fruit set and lower yields.
- Nature: Why spring is blooming marvelous (and climate change makes it earlier).
POOLEY, ANNA // Biomedical Market Newsletter; 3/28/2012, Vol. 21, p1
The article reports on a research according to which scientists have from the John Innes Centre, Norwich, England have identified the switch that accelerates flowering time in response to temperature.
- Cold hardiness of Evergreen Cherries.
Aniśko, Thomasz // American Nurseryman; 3/15/2002, Vol. 195 Issue 6, p42
Presents a research evaluating the cold hardiness of evergreen cherries, Prunus laurocerasus, in Pennsylvania. Description of the plant; Test on several popular varieties; Determination of the lowest survival temperature.
- Freeze will have short-term impact on broccoli supply.
Harrison, Dan // Frozen Food Age; Feb98, Vol. 46 Issue 7, p20
Assesses the impact of the mid-December freeze in southern Mexico on the United States broccoli supply, about three-quarters of which comes from Mexico and Guatemala. Insights of several frozen foods industry executives on the issue; Overview on the status of broccoli in United States markets.
Harrison, Dan // Southern Living; Jan2008, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p80
The article provides tips related to harvesting collards and kale from a vegetable garden. Cooler weather contributes to the sweetening of the leaves of vegetables. In harvesting, it is important to just pinch off the leaves from the bottom up so that plants will continue to grow new ones.
- Prevent indoor plants from browning.
Harrison, Dan // South County Journal; 2/6/2013, Vol. 48 Issue 6, pB8
The article offers suggestions on the management of indoor plants including the management of soil quality, temperature and light conditions and maintaining humidity levels around the plants.
- Effects of temperature on the germination of Diptychandra aurantiaca (Fabaceae) seeds.
Morbeck de Oliveira, Ademir Kleber; Ferreira Ribeiro, Jonathan Wesley; Lacerda Pereira, Kelly Cristina; Araújo Silva, Cassila Andréa // Acta Scientiarum: Agronomy; Apr-Jun2013, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p203
Diptychandra aurantiaca is a tree belonging to the Fabaceae family. The wood of this tree is moderately heavy and resistant, and it is used to make posts, wooden sleepers and building, among other structures. The aim of this work was to evaluate seed germination and the initial growth of the...
- Effective monitoring.
ADLAM, JOHN // Horticulture Week; 12/18/2012, p24
The article offers tips on effective monitoring of crops which include checking the temperature and humidity levels in cold stores, using gas tablets on any rabbit holes, and considering supplementary lighting over crops during times of low light levels.
- Could a tobacco plant shortage limit leaf acres?
Bickers, Chris // Southeast Farm Press Exclusive Insight; 5/19/2014, p1
The article presents information on the issues related to tobacco planting in the U.S. It says that tobacco plants are vulnerable to cold winter weather, and despite the efforts to avoid extreme temperature changes during seeding in greenhouses, farmers in the Tobacco Belt experienced delayed...
- Georgia Vidalia onions weather tough winter well.
Bickers, Chris // Southeast Farm Press Exclusive Insight; 5/29/2014, p1
The article reports that despite a severe winter with rainfall, Vidalia onion farmers in Georgia are expecting good crop in 2014. Cliff Riner, coordinator of the University of Georgia's (UGA's) Vidalia Onion and Vegetable Research Center, says that around 600 acres were replanted in the state...
- Comparative in vitro germination ecology of Calopogon tuberosus var. tuberosus (Orchidaceae) across its geographic range.
Kauth, Philip J.; Kane, Michael E.; Vendrame, Wagner A. // In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology Plant; Feb2011, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p148
Seed responses to temperature are often essential to the study of germination ecology, but the ecological role of temperature in orchid seed germination remains uncertain. The response of orchid seeds to cold stratification have been studied, but the exact physiological role remains unclear. No...
- Selection survives a fiery trial.
Kauth, Philip J.; Kane, Michael E.; Vendrame, Wagner A. // Australian Horticulture; Feb2011, p11
The author discusses the damages sustained by plants in her garden following the high temperature conditions in Melbourne, Victoria, with an emphasis on Pseudopanax crassifolius.
- TOMATOES THRIVE WITHOUT ROW COVERS.
Kauth, Philip J.; Kane, Michael E.; Vendrame, Wagner A. // Organic Gardening (08973792); Apr88, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p11
Reports on Cornell University researcher David Wolfe's testing of row covers for tomatoes. Testing of plastic, synthetic and polyester row covers; Tomato production; Sensitivity of tomatoes to high temperatures; Occurrence of high temperature under row covers; Yield of heat-resistant tomatoes...
- Cold-tolerance of apple rootstocks.
Cockshull, Ken // Horticulture Week; 2/24/2012, p26
The article reports on a research conducted to check the cold-tolerance ability of apple rootstocks.
- Researchers look for optimum osteo temperatures.
Cockshull, Ken // GMPRO - Greenhouse Management & Production; Oct2005, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p8
Reports on the research being conducted by Ohio State University floriculture researchers Claudio Pasian and Jim Metzger as of October 2005, which aims to determine the vernalization cardinal temperatures for osteospermum. Definition of cardinal temperatures; Benefits of vernalization treatment...
- Second Season Veggies.
Corby, Chris S. // Texas Gardener; Jul/Aug2007, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p14
The article discusses the challenges of autumn vegetable gardening in Texas. Gardeners have choices whether to plant warm and longer season crops that must be planted in hot weather, stick to cool and shorter weather crops or wait for moderate temperatures for tender crops. It is advised to find...
- Drought not an issue for Upper Coastal Bend farmers – so far.
Smith, Ron // Southwest Farm Press; 4/17/2014, Vol. 41 Issue 11, p16
The article focuses on the statement of George Garcia, a cotton farmer in Beasley, Texas, concerning the growing season for cotton and grain sorghum which is more promising than the previous years despite the chaotic beginning of 2014 due to the rarity of cold weather in South Texas.
- Cold temperatures affect trees.
Mues, Noel // High Plains Journal; 1/13/2014, Vol. 132 Issue 2, p18B
The article offers the author's insights on the negative impact of changing temperature to plants and mentions topics including winter injury in trees and shrubs, weather, and chemical drought.
- A TREE FOR ALL SEASONS.
Wolkomir, Richard // National Wildlife (World Edition); Dec84/Jan85, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p12
Focuses on the evergreens of White Mountains in California. Mechanism by which evergreens and deciduous trees adapt to the winter; Vegetative hibernation; Advantage of conifers over other trees in adapting with the Northwest's arid summers; Vulnerability of evergreen needles to insect predation.
- Check forage stands for injury.
BARNHART, STEVE // Wallaces Farmer; Mar2014, Vol. 139 Issue 3, p76
The article offers information regarding the evaluation of forage plants such as alfalfa for winter injury after winter season and provides guides for the evaluation and management of alfalfa which were survived after the winter.
- Comparative proteomics analysis of tea leaves exposed to subzero temperature: Molecular mechanism of freeze injury.
Hu Yongguang; Lu Yongzong; Lu Jian // International Journal of Agricultural & Biological Engineering; Dec2013, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p27
Tea freeze injury is one of the most severe agro-meteorological disasters, which leads to sizable losses of tea production in China. The freezing resistant ability of overwintering tea trees becomes weaker and weaker from early-spring to late-spring. If it decreases to critical temperature of...
- Erratum to: The interacting effects of temperature, ground disturbance, and herbivory on seedling establishment: implications for treeline advance with climate warming.
Munier, Anne; Hermanutz, Luise; Jacobs, John; Lewis, Keith // Plant Ecology; Apr2014, Vol. 215 Issue 4, p479
A correction to the article "The Interacting Effects of Temperature, Ground Disturbance, and Herbivory on Seedling Establishment: Implications for Treeline Advance With Climate Warning" that was published in the previous issue is presented.
- K-State to host Horticulture Night in Colby.
Munier, Anne; Hermanutz, Luise; Jacobs, John; Lewis, Keith // High Plains Journal; 8/12/2013, Vol. 131 Issue 32, p7B
The article offers information on the event 2013 Horticulture Night to be hosted by Kansas State University in Colby, Kansas, on September 11, 2013, to provide information on growing plants in the challenging climate in western Kansas.
- Critical stages in the life of a corn plant.
NANDA, DAVE // Indiana Prairie Farmer; Jul2013, Vol. 187 Issue 7, p36
The article discusses the critical stages in the life of a corn plant which corn yields could be affected by the environment and weather conditions.
- Don't ignore K deficiency signs.
Bechman, Tom J. // Indiana Prairie Farmer; Aug2012, Vol. 186 Issue 8, p38
The article focuses on the potassium deficiency that emerge from various plants due to low soil test levels or hot and dry conditions.
- Tips and Techniques.
Adams, Julian R. // Bonsai Journal; 2015, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p33
The article offers the author's insights on various techniques to properly grow and manage bonsai which include preventing damages caused by cold temperature, considering soil composition, and ensuring proper drainage.
- Why no increase in our price for milk?
Adams, Julian R. // Farmers Weekly; 11/23/2012, Vol. 158 Issue 21, p1
The author focuses on their farm in Wensleydale, Yorkshire, England in which he notes that re-seeding of riverside pasture was not a huge success due to the wet weather and that they are monitoring silage stocks as no alternative feeds are available.
- Sunflower prices now hinge on harvest weather.
SANDBAKKEN, JOHN // Dakota Farmer; Sep2013, Vol. 132 Issue 9, p26
In this article, the author focuses on the challenges faced by sunflower farmers in the U.S. due to the change in climate and highlights that sunflowers planted in Northern Plains will require heat in September for maturation also informs the market activity of sunflowers in Russia and Ukraine.
- How Trees Get Ready For Winter.
GALLAGHER WATSON, BRANDON M. // Landscape & Irrigation; Oct2015, Vol. 39 Issue 7, p32
The article offers the author's view on how to protect and care plants for them to survive all the cycles of the seasons, citing a Japanese maple, a plant which is adapted to temperate climes that must go through a cold rest period known as vernalization in order to complete the annual cycle.
- How will gardens cope with predicted heat wave?
GALLAGHER WATSON, BRANDON M. // Horticulture Week; 6/4/2010, p17
The article offers opinions on the effect of forecast record high temperatures in summer 2010 on the horticulture industry in Great Britain.
- Cold spell reduces aphid risk for potatoes.
GALLAGHER WATSON, BRANDON M. // Horticulture Week; 6/4/2010, p23
The article reports on the prediction that seed potato crops could experience low aphid risk in 2010 because of cold weather.
- HYDROPONICS Great potential, but with challenges.
VERMEULEN, TYCHO // Practical Hydroponics & Greenhouses; Sep2015, Issue 159, p14
The article focuses on development of agriculture technique hydroponics in Europe and challenges associated with the technique including regulation of nutrients and oxygen; development of market-relevant varieties of plants and impact of water and temperature on plants growth.
- Wheat stocks snug; crop iffy.
Smith, J. T. // Farmer-Stockman; Apr2011, Vol. 101 Issue 4, p18
The article discusses the increase of wheat prices due to unstable weather conditions in countries such as Australia, Canada, and Russia and the threat of possible moisture deficit in wheat due to inadequate rainfall in the U.S.
- Cold affects herbicide power.
BRAZIL III, EVERETT // Southern Farmer (1541-2008); Feb2012, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p14
The article focuses on the little impact of temperature on the application of herbicide to crop and weed growth.
- Notes on Cold Tolerance in Cultivation.
Larsen, Chris // Journal of the Bromeliad Society; Jan/Feb2009, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p38
The article offers information on cultivating bromeliads in cold temperatures. The author observes that minimum temperatures of around 5 to 10 degrees, greater light, day length in Melbourne, Victoria during the winter can help plants cope with extreme temperatures. A table is also included...
HENSCHKE, STEPHEN // Australian Gourmet Traveller WINE; Apr/May2014, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p20
The article reports on the decline in the yield of crops in Barossa, South Australia due to frost, poor set, January's record heat and mid-February's record rain event.
RICHTER, SKIP // Texas Gardener; Jan/Feb2016, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p6
The article offers suggestions for gardening of vegetables and shrubs in Texas during January/February and mentions importance of green light and temperature to support growth.