2009), and the unkilled portion may vegetatively
spread into multiple patches if left unchecked until the next growing season.
tessmannii is highly distinctive vegetatively
with its rigid leaflets dark glaucous-green above and whitish beneath (Fig.
He said: "The idea is simple and is based on the fact that many plants reproduce vegetatively
and by doing so live to great ages.
The most common way to grow new plants is to sow seeds, but many plants also can be propagated vegetatively
by rooting tip cuttings or stems, or dividing clumps.
Monocarps live for several to many years, growing vegetatively
Many of these varieties are propagated vegetatively
because they do not produce viable seeds.
Samples of vegetatively
propagated clones were collected from Paraguaicito Experimental Station nursery stock (CENICAFE), Buenavista, in the Quindio department of Colombia.
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Although lupines do increase vegetatively
, they spread very slowly, making seed the preferred method for increasing lupine populations.
First break pinsets are more consistent because the constant battle of forcing a reproductive initiative on a vegetatively
growing medium is not there.
During the rainy season, plants are dispersed vegetatively
by the river currents, aided by their culms which have developed aerenchyma that allow the plant to float along the river current.
The successful cultivation of the species in the experimental trial, resulted in standardizing methodology for mass level propagation of this species from its various organs vegetatively
, which is very much unique to this species.