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potting

[′päd·iŋ]
(electronics)
Process of filling a complete electronic assembly with a thermosetting compound for resistance to shock and vibration, and for exclusion of moisture and corrosive agents.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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This repotting process is an art form and its time has come.
* Repotting. Every year or so, gently pull the plant out of its container and check the roots.
n Rested corms of cyclamen persicum can be restarted after cleaning up and repotting.
March is a good time to check whether older houseplants need repotting. Turn the pot upside down, supporting the plant with one hand, with the stem between your middle and third fingers.
A good way of handling a spiny cactus during repotting is to wrap a roll of newspaper or paper towel round the sides of the plant.
repotting Most plants will need repotting if they are going to get any bigger.
Luke Hughes, via email ASPRING is the best time for repotting house plants because they're at their most active in producing root growth.
ALuke Hughes, via email DA ASPRING is the best time for repotting house plants because they're at their most active in producing root growth.
The plumeria flourished: It required repotting twice and eventually rooted through its container.
After repotting, start to water more generously and feed fortnightly until September.
- Jaz, by email ASPRING is the ideal time for repotting house plants because, following a period of winter dormancy, it will be at its most active in producing root growth.
This year it looks like having the same, but I do feel that it needs repotting for next year.