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The secondary branches put out from these, bearing fruiting wood, as the gardener may order.
Along these main arms fruiting spurs are allowed to grow, but no branches are expected to develop.
Each bush, for instance, is made up of a certain number of fruiting branches.
This form consists of a small round fruiting top of almost any desired variety grafted high upon a straight clean trunk or stem.
They are generally infested with the bug, and very uncertain in their time of fruiting, as well as to its flavor.
The temperature of the fruiting-pit is kept at the same degree as that of the succession department in mid-winter.
Polycarpic, pol-i-kar′pik, adj. fruiting many times or year after year.
Fruiting plants may now be turned out of their pots into prepared beds, selecting those that are not very forward.
Give plenty of tepid manure water to the Vines fruiting in pots.
The same steady temperature to be kept up in the fruiting-house or pit as lately advised.

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