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The waves are the seedlings, said Rick Knabb, hurricane expert at the Weather Channel in Atlanta and until last year director of the National Hurricane Center in Miami.
An average of 6 million seedlings are planted on about 6,000 acres of state forest land each year.
Requisitioning brigades snatched fruit from trees, seedlings from gardens, soup from cooking pots.
In 1926, according to legend and the University of California at Riverside, California postman Rudolph Hass brought some avocado seedlings home to grow on his La Habra Heights property.
Limited supplies of the Noble fir seedlings led Noble Mountain to fill production holes with Douglas firs, assuming customers would still want a Christmas tree of some sort.
As the vine sprouts from seeds in spring and early summer, regularly weed out all the seedlings to keep the vine from growing in your garden.
On a summer day outside Warsaw, Poles and Ukrainians knelt side by side in a hectare-wide field clipping seedlings with exotic names such as lycium barbarum No. 1, vitis zilga and actinidia bingo for shipment to markets as far away as China.
Irma destroyed 200 acres of seedlings in Immokalee, a city that grows a significant portion of the country’s tomatoes every year, providing vital income to low-income residents.
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