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Voigt wants to combine the high yields of larger leafed white clovers with the hardy stolons of the small-leafed forms.
Increase in number of tuber occurred as a result of increase in number of stolon and increase of density, increasing stdons, eventually increased tuber yield.
candida, albicans, Aspergillus niger, Rhizopus stolon, penicillum notatum, Tricophylonrubrum and epidermophyton floccosum.
In itself this is not a new topic: Miki (1937) speculated on the equivalence of the pla nt body in Najas to the stolon in Hydrocharis, and this type of consideration appeared again later, in Wilder (1975).
Eelgrass populations grow vegetatively by stolons which spread radially in all directions and therefore each plant creates a circular growth pattern," the researchers said.
As perennial weeds propagate themselves both by seeds and by vegetative -- rhizomes, stolons, fleshy roots or tubers -- they must be prevented from seeding and have all their below-ground parts removed.
Defining weeds as plants that interfere with the interests of humans, Kraehmer and Baur, both with a large German chemical company, describe characteristics of any plant than allow them to survive and proliferate in arable field situations, such as stolons, rhizomes, bulbs, tubers, buds on roots, seed morphology, and reproductive organs.
The plant materials of interest are the dried roots, rhizomes and stolons (British Herbal Pharmacopeia 1976).
Phlox stolonifera is a useful herbaceous species, up to 24 inches in height and spreading by means of underground stolons.
Attack patches of invasive perennial weeds in your vegetable garden now with a fork to remove rhizomes, stolons and tap-roots.
They often form large colonies on wooded floodplains via prolific spread by stolons.
Individuals were determined by counting the rooted perennial grass seedlings that were unattached to stolons or crown producing adults.