2022.01.22 23:08 lcy0x1 大凉山
2022.01.22 23:08 FearTheProbe Please don’t change my girl
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2022.01.22 23:08 40ozdabs Tips?
Would love to try this and slightly larger ones s as well (4inch max) and was curious how I go about it and if there are any tips? I’ve grown a few normal ones and thought this looks fun
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2022.01.22 23:08 Arfinateor555 What are some of the worst/terrible jobs you've had?
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2022.01.22 23:08 gooberry_bus why no post image/video
I swear i could do this like a month ago
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2022.01.22 23:08 Few_Coat6497 Immersive Halo meme
2022.01.22 23:08 Puzzled_Mud_5246 Can I March Contra Clarinet?
I was put on Contra-Alto Clarinet in September of last semester. I actually really liked it so I’ve decided to make it my main instrument. Anyways I’ve marched Bb Clarinet for two years but my band director informed me that we might be getting a Metal Paperclip Contrabass Clarinet before the school year is over. I’ll most likely double contrabass and Contra-Alto next school year for Symphonic Band but could I also march Contra Clarinet? I’ve seen people March weird instruments like Soprano Sax,Bassoon and even Alto Clarinet. It was also weird this school year because I would play Contra Clarinet during band class but switch to Bb Clarinet for marching band (it was a weird size change). If I played Contra Clarinet in both Concert and Marching Band I wouldn’t have to deal with this size change. Tuning isn’t a huge issue on Contra in general,most of the notes are in tune naturally for Contra. (I haven’t asked my band director about this yet btw).
Just another weird question,why aren’t Eb Clarinets used in marching band. Couldn’t they help carry the top octave with Piccolo?
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2022.01.22 23:08 McGee4531 I'm working on restoring the quarter panels that go in the cab of my 1966 Mustang Coupe. There are these chrome strips on them that have felt that rest inside the quarter window sill. I've been looking for replacements with no luck. First, what is this peice called? Second, where can I find them?
2022.01.22 23:08 trksrn Farming on PancakeSwap is Now Launched: How to Earn Up to 300% APY
Are you aware that you can earn 40% APY by providing liquidity to the $WNAV / $BNB pair on #PancakeSwap? Isn't it great?
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2022.01.22 23:08 zen_elan Techno Feudal Japan - Ahistorical Fantasy
2022.01.22 23:08 Wonderer_64 No tiddies, Come back!
2022.01.22 23:08 Hot-External-8360 I FINALLY MADE IT!!!
So happy to be apart of the club, look forward to many more Cake Days with everyone!!
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2022.01.22 23:08 BushyEyes Steak night! Ribeye with potatoes and buttery wilted frisée and mushrooms [OC]
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2022.01.22 23:08 OkBar3142 How do I got about arranging games by console to appear on startup menu as picture of said console?
I feel like I’m overlooking something obvious.
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2022.01.22 23:08 SacredSpinach “He Talked About The Regatta All Day”
2022.01.22 23:08 Cyllus98 I heard that people don't like the book of boba fett because they made him less ruthless and that sounded familiar
2022.01.22 23:08 Unlucky_Adventure Thinking about buying a proxima
As the title says I'm thinking about buying one but I don't really know super much about 3D printing and I use a Chromebook as my everyday thing would I have any problem using slicing software and having one of these work on a Chromebook?
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2022.01.22 23:08 Dr_Goldfish9000 Boob
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2022.01.22 23:08 addisonaddisonii What fictional character did you always want to be when you were growing up, and has that changed?
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2022.01.22 23:08 ThumbGardening Weeping Fig - Suitable for any Interior Decoration
It is no exaggeration to say that the most popular of the indoor Weeping fig plants are the plain and elegant Weeping fig (Ficus Benjamina), which always keeps up with the times. It is a true indoor classic. The plant's thick canopy easily makes it a favorite and a gardening staple. This plant is one of the strongest and most durable of the shrub and tree species. Compact in bonsai or large accents, green leaves or variegated, regular in shape or curly green, Weeping figs are always tough and unpretentious. They will suit any interior decor. This ThumbGarden article will learn how to grow and care for weeping fig.
WEEPING FIG PLANT DESCRIPTION
The species Weeping fig (Ficus Benjamina) has been almost replaced by varieties and ornamental forms from our interiors. But whichever plant (a simple no-name plant or an elite plant with fancy foliage) will come to your house or office. It can safely be considered the most reliable.
The name of Weeping fig (Ficus Benjamina) is still a matter of debate. Its origin was given by a scientist but never confirmed, so most experts agree to spell the name with a small letter. There are also two theories about its origin.
- The French word "benjoin" (Benzoin) was mistakenly identified due to confusion with the plant that produces benzoin resin.
- from a local Hindi name - "Benjan".
Nevertheless, Weeping fig has not become boring centuries after its introduction into the culture. It is an evergreen shrub and woody shrub with a spreading, dense, lush crown. The shoots are very thin, usually drooping at the ends, and densely branched. The trunk is round and straight, thickening with time but still graceful.
The beauty of the brush strokes on the brownish-gray bark is not always striking due to the enviable denseness of the greenery. Indoor versions of aerial roots rarely develop, but the tubercles from the aerial roots and the traces of fallen leaves only make the plant more interesting. Weeping fig grows rapidly. It can grow indoors to a maximum height of 80-120 inches (2-3 m).
The leaves are small - 1-2 inches (2.5-5 cm) in length - up to 3 inches (15 cm) in height in the dwarf variety - in the large leaf form, but very pretty. Elliptic-lanceolate, strongly pointed, dense, glossy, leathery leaves sit on short petioles - up to 1 inch (2.5 cm) long. Foliage lasts 2-3 years, and plants tend to be deciduous under unfavorable conditions.
The typical color scheme of Weeping fig is a bright dark green. However, in varieties of the plant, it tends to be mottled, spotted, or fringed. Sometimes the leaves change shape - from narrow linear, to spirally twisted, to broader oval.
The milky white sap can cause skin irritation. Sap droplets often appear on the buds and petioles, so Weeping fig is best handled with care.
It is one of the best filter plants for purifying the air of heavy impurities.
BEST WEEPING FIG VARIETIES
'Bushy King' has small leaves on dense, compact plants with narrow yellow margins. 'Bushy Prince' is similar to 'Bushy King', but with glossy, dark green leaves. 'Daniëlle' has sturdy, thick, dark green leaves. It has a pendulous growth habit. This variety is resistant to defoliation. 'Monique' is a small variety with dark green leaves with narrow, rippled edges. 'Judith' is a small-leaved variety with green leaves with a creamy yellow border.' Judith has an attractive full shape, grows well in reduced light, and has minimal leaf drop. 'Midnight Lady' has a compact, weeping growth habit. The leaves are dark and curly. 'Wasana' is particularly suitable for growing as a bonsai. Its foliage is bright green with a white tinge and has an irregular, drooping growth habit. 'Golden King' has a narrow irregular band of creamy yellow around each leaf. 'De Gantel' has a broad chalky white margin around each leaf. 'Exotica' has light green leaves and a pendulous growth habit. Each leaf has a slight twist that adds to the elegance of the plant. The leaves of 'Reginald' are mottled in creamy lime with dark green spots along the midrib. It has a weeping habit similar to that of 'Exotica.' 'Golden Monique' has a similar growth habit to 'Monique' and similar leaf color to 'Reginald.' 'Too Little' is a miniature bonsai ideal for indoor bonsai: it has tiny retrorse glossy leaflets on fine branches. The leaves of 'Variegata' are strongly marked with pure white and gray-green margins. New leaves are usually pure white, but as they mature, the center turns green.
RELATED HOUSEPLANT SPECIES
Ficus binnendijkii has long, narrow, willow-like leaves. The shiny, dark green leaves are ten inches long and taper to a slender point. It is better than the pendant Ficus Benjamina because it can hold the leaves and does not shed too much.
Ficus lyrata has thick, dark green violin-shaped leaves eight to fifteen inches long and ten inches wide. Keeping the leaves dusty or rinsed off is important to prevent dust from interfering with light absorption.
Ficus elastica also belongs to the fig family.
GROWING CONDITIONS FOR WEEPING FIG (FICUS BENJAMINA)
Growing Conditions for Weeping Fig (Ficus Benjamina)
Growing Conditions for Weeping Fig (Ficus Benjamina)
If you keep in mind the light-loving nature of Weeping fig and don't give it an extreme test, you won't have any problems with your plants. It is easy to find a suitable location in any home.
Lighting and Placement
All varieties of Weeping figs are light-loving. Even "dull" in color will stretch out and drop their leaves if there is not enough light and are best considered light-loving. Orientation is very good, with soft but still bright light from the east and west bay windows and a distance of up to 20 inches (50 cm) from the south window.
Young weeping figs are more sensitive to direct sunlight than older trees, but it is best to avoid exposing any weeping figs to the hot midday light if possible, especially in summer.
Once the daylight hours drop, it is best to move the Weeping fig to a brighter location. Afterglow is also a good idea, but you can simply place the plant near a south-facing window.
This Weeping fig responds by dropping leaves heavily and sometimes even turning over the container.
Temperature and ventilation
Spacious in all respects, this Weeping fig prefers a stable temperature year-round within the usual room parameters - 64-70 °F (18-21°C). It does not like high temperatures very much, but spraying it does not suffer too much. Excessive cooling is very dangerous, especially for the roots. The minimum temperature in winter is best limited to 60 °F (16°C) can kill Weeping fig's key indicator - 50-55 °F (10-13°C). Any temperature fluctuations will increase the risk of problems if watering or fertilizing is missed.
Weeping fig likes ventilation, but it's best to protect it from cold winds and the proximity of air conditioners or heaters.
CARING FOR WEEPING FIG AT HOME
Caring for Weeping Fig at Home
Caring for Weeping Fig at Home
Weeping fig prefers regular care in stable soil moisture and average air humidity, with only minor mistakes. So you can't say it's a super hardy plant, but it doesn't have much "impermanence" either.
A. Watering and air humidity Steady, constant, light air humidity with watering, during which the soil surface dries out from 2 inches (5 cm) to a third of its height - this is the key to success in growing any, even the showiest, Weeping fig variety. Problems can easily be prevented by draining the excess from the tray at once, after a maximum of 5 minutes.
In the summer, watering should be more frequent and adequate, but it should be quite economical to water only half as much in the winter. A complete drought will not benefit Weeping fig, but overwatering will be worse.
For bendjamin ficus, any soft, clear water is suitable. But it must be warmer than the air in the room (often practice watering quite warm, from 86-122 °F (30-50°C).
The bent Weeping fig prefers medium humidity. And it is best maintained by sprinkling and showering (same water quality control).
Nutrition and Fertilization
Fertilization should be based on the growing season. If Weeping fig grows new leaves, fertilization is needed even in the fall and winter. In summer, fertilize every 2 weeks, but in fall and winter, fertilize 3 times less frequently, once every 1.5 months. The manufacturer's standardized fertilizer application rate is the best.
Both special fertilizers for Weeping figs and general fertilizers for ornamentals are suitable for Benjamin plants. General preparations often do not contain the entire "mix" of macro and micronutrients. Mineral and organic fertilizers can be used interchangeably.
Pruning and shaping
This Weeping fig is used for bonsai, often planted in pairs and clusters to produce the original interwoven trunks and "latticework." However, even simple pruning can control growth and thicken the canopy. Prune Weeping fig in early spring, shortening the shoots to the desired profile and trying to leave at least 2-3 leaves.
Repotting, containers and substrates
Repotting plants, retaining the earth should be done as necessary - when the roots begin to protrude from the drainage holes. Only topsoil should be replaced annually. The best time to do this is when the plants are actively growing.
The size of the container should be increased only slightly by 1 inch (2.5 cm), too spacious pots Benjamin does not like. Any substrate from a general-purpose multi-component, especially for Weeping fig and palm trees - nutritious, breathable, with a 5.0-7.0 pH response is appropriate. Perlite, sphagnum, vermiculite can be added.
Diseases, pests and cultivation problems
The bent Weeping fig will drop its leaves when it encounters any problem. This is very dangerous for it.
- Ventilation in the cold season.
- Proximity to the heater.
- Lack of light.
- Pollution of the leaves.
- Excessive application of chemical fertilizers.
- Micronutrient deficiencies.
- Excessive drying and overwatering.
Before the leaves fall off, the plant usually gives out other symptoms such as thinning of leaves or loss of color.
These Weeping figs can suffer from rot, thrips, scales, spider mites, and mealybugs if neglected. Do not hesitate to use insecticides and fungicides for Weeping fig.
PROPAGATION OF WEEPING FIG
This species is easily propagated by root tip cuttings with at least 2 to 3 leaves. If you are experienced, you can also try rooting on a small tuber with only one leaf and an eye.
Rinse off the slice, dry it, and make a slit at the bottom (double it, cross it over a hardwood shoot). Rooting of the top plug is possible in both water and soil, but the stem plug can only be rooted in moist sand or substrate, preferably in low heat. Under steady heat and humidity (with cover), plugs will root fairly quickly. Botanicalgarden #Care #Diseases #Drought #Evergreens #Fertilize #Flowerbed #Flowergarden #Garden #Heatresistant #Houseplants #Ornamentals #Perennials #Pests #Plantcare #Pottedplants #Pruning #Shrubs #Smallgarden #Smallspaces #Soils #Tips #Watering #What #Why
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2022.01.22 23:08 Jmp101694 Wet player
Anybody else have an issue with being a “wet player”? What I mean by this, my horns are soaked by spit/condensation by the end of a gig. Keeping my horns clean seems to be an impossible task. Colder environments are even worse for obvious reason. Any way to “help” this or am I just bound to have a nasty sax? 😂
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2022.01.22 23:08 1DoctorDreamer I am a virgin and I am proud.
Let’s not praise sex at early age.
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2022.01.22 23:08 ezioauditore2018 Pc xbox game pass games where I can watch a stream while playing
Hello all, I am a person who generally just watching a stream during my evening chill or something on my side monitor at half attention while playing a game but right now I am not sure what to play so I would love to hear some recommendations. Generally I like any genres I. am fine with single or multiplayer games or mmos
Pretty much card games like yugioh and slay the spire
Nowhere prophet but it’s gonna leave soon
Battlefield games well maybe
Windjammers 2 though it’s good for quick session
Br games where I just hide and then run yeah I’m wierd
Mmo but ffxiv, wow, tera (though it’s dead but I still enjoy the lvling process and soloing in dungeons until I jsut go lvl another class)
Gacha games grind
Before we leave tbh I like this more than rimworld
Sports manager games
Anthem (ok ok I know you hate this game but I like everything about it but rip that game and the story in this game is just light and really doenst need any deep thoughts into it. The gameplay is pretty well a brainless grind and playing this solo is fun)
Red dead online
Warframe and destiny 2
Halo mcc pretty much the majority of multiplayer custom games
Subnautica pretty much doing the exploring
Elden ring argh well I know it’s not released. But looking at the gameplay it can be pretty good for listening to stuff in the background for like I guess achievement grinding and compilation and exploring so thah can be good then
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2022.01.22 23:08 nosugref_kcaz Every time you try to eat cake, a group of Redditors pile onto you and stuff your mouth with red and/or orange arrows.
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2022.01.22 23:08 JessiJaynexo 😘