flowering

[adj] - producing or having flowers
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Flowering

Flow'er·ing adjective (Botany) Having conspicuous flowers; -- used as an epithet with many names of plants; as, flowering ash; flowering dogwood; flowering almond, etc. Flowering fern , a genus of showy ferns ( Osmunda ), with conspicuous bivalvular spor...
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Flowering

Flow'er·ing noun 1. The act of blossoming, or the season when plants blossom; florification. 2. The act of adorning with flowers.
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flowering

1. The act of blossoming, or the season when plants blossom; florification. ... 2. The act of adorning with flowers. ... <botany> Having conspicuous flowers; used as an epithet with many names of plants; as, flowering ash; flowering dogwood; flowering almond, etc. Flowering fern, a genus of showy ferns (Osmunda), with conspicuous bivalvular s...
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flowering

adjective having a flower or bloom; `a flowering plant`
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Flowering

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Flower • (a.) Having conspicuous flowers; -- used as an epithet with many names of plants; as, flowering ash; flowering dogwood; flowering almond, etc. • (n.) The act of adorning with flowers. • (n.) The act of blossoming, or the season when plants blossom; florification.
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flowering

(from the article `Poaceae`) ...on stems that grow down into the soil. The common name of this plant, peanutgrass, reflects its habit of burying its own seed, but, unlike the ...
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Flowering

The growth phase of a plant that occurs after the vegetative phase (if the plant is put through a vegetative phase), the photoperiod is set to 12/12 with light from the red part of the light spectrum, such as the light provided by High Pressure Sodium (HPS) bulbs. Of course the photoperiod connot be controlled when growing outdoors, making this a n...
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Flowering

This is the stage when the crop starts flowering. In corn, tassel emergence and pollen shedding takes place at this stage. Two to three days after pollen shedding, silk emergence takes place. At this stage, typically occurs 51-56 days after planting the corn seed, pollination between silks (female) and tassels (male) takes place.
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