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HOW TO PLANT CORRECTLY
The seeds are sown in containers with a mixture of sand and peat, covered with glass and placed in a warm place, where the temperature is kept within 25-27 ºC, it would be nice to arrange a container with sowing bottom heating.
It is also necessary to regularly ventilate the container with seeds, remove condensation and moisten the substrate.
When the seedlings develop the first leaves, they are seated in personal pots. Make sure that seedlings do not stretch: if they lack light, they will have to arrange artificial illumination shoots.
In the open ground seedlings of hibiscus planted in mid-may. Strong specimens can be planted immediately in a permanent place, and a weaker plant for rearing the learning garden at a distance of about half a meter between the instances.

Soil
If you plant a tree hibiscus, the pit must be twice as large as the root system of the seedling. On the bottom of the pit is placed a drainage layer of broken bricks with a thickness of about 15 cm, then a six-inch layer of sand, a layer of compost with a thickness of 15 cm and another layer of sand of the same thickness. To fill the pit, mix the topsoil removed during pit preparation with peat and sand at a ratio of 2:4:1, carefully place the root clump in the pit, so that the root collar is barely underground, and fill the pit prepared mixture. Then okuchte seedling to form around it an extensive excavation for moisture, pour the plant in this circle, and when the water is absorbed, pour into the excavation, leveling the surface area. If you have any need to plant hibiscus in the fall, be sure to over mulch tree trunks and tie plant fir spruce branches.

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Preserving the land and waterways of Union, Upper Northumberland, and contiguous counties in Pennsylvania
For ecological value
Preserving the land and waterways of Union, Upper Northumberland, and contiguous counties in Pennsylvania
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Preserving the land and waterways of Union, Upper Northumberland, and contiguous counties in Pennsylvania
For water quality protection
Preserving the land and waterways of Union, Upper Northumberland, and contiguous counties in Pennsylvania
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Preserving the land and waterways of Union, Upper Northumberland, and contiguous counties in Pennsylvania
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Preserving the land and waterways of Union, Upper Northumberland, and contiguous counties in Pennsylvania
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Preserving the land and waterways of Union, Upper Northumberland, and contiguous counties in Pennsylvania
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The Merrill W. Linn Land and Waterways Conservancy was founded in April of 1988 in memory of Merrill W. Linn, a local attorney and avid outdoorsman who spent much of his life exploring the woods, streams, fields, and byways surrounding his native Lewisburg, and sharing that experience and knowledge with others.

Since its founding, the Merrill W. Linn Land & Waterways Conservancy has protected woodlands, agricultural lands, streams and wetlands. We maintain four trails for public enjoyment. These efforts are complemented by a very strong educational focus. Each Spring, the Linn Conservancy’s education committee sponsors a series of family-oriented events referred to as “Caring for Communities” to bring attention to the special qualities and pleasures to be enjoyed in our local natural environment. The Buffalo Creek Watershed Alliance, a subsidiary of the Merrill Linn Conservancy since 2002, has monitored Buffalo Creek’s water quality for many years and has been instrumental in promoting stream protection and revitalization programs within the watershed.

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