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Agaricus campestris
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Agaricus campestris

The champignon par excellence When you think of mushrooms, the woods immediately come to mind. In fact, the habitat in which mushrooms usually proliferate is the damp and shady undergrowth; but there are species that are exceptions. This is the category of mushrooms that, in a generic and all-encompassing way, is called "champignon" mushrooms.

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The cutting of the grass

On this page we will talk about: Cutting grass The main role of cutting is to adjust the height of the grass in your garden. The cut-off frequency must take into account many factors: the pace of growth is very much influenced, in fact, by the climate of the environment and the seasons.
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Garden maintenance

On this page we will talk about: see also: garden Maintenance of the garden During the design phase, the necessary maintenance should not be neglected and the garden will always be kept in order and pleasant. From this, in fact, a large part of the investment that you will have to face will depend, so be careful to draw up a list as detailed as possible of the costs or time required for the success of the maintenance.
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Treatments, herbicides, fungicides and insecticides

On this page we will talk about: Treatments, herbicides, fungicides and insecticides The defense against weeds of various kinds will be one of the most important operations for the maintenance of your lawn, if it is affected. The treatments that you will have to do will obviously vary according to the origin of the infestation.
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Overseeding

On this page we will talk about: Overseeding When the lawn is degraded, yellowed or thinned out, it can be accompanied by the action of decompaction, drilling and reloading even with the addition of new seed, which is spread on loose soil and in holes caused by drill. In this case we speak of regeneration or overseeding, that is to say of a sowing with possible fertilization, to renew and restore the turf.
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Garden design and landscape setting

On this page we will talk about: see also: garden Design of the garden and landscape setting The design of a garden cannot disregard the surrounding environment, especially of the house in which it is inserted. It is necessary to avoid creating a garden that is also artistically very valid but absolutely out of context with respect to the surrounding buildings.
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Split graft

On this page we will talk about: see also: Graft splitting The gap is a graft in which the scion is provided with two - three buds. For a graft of this type it is essential that the scion is at the height of the vegetative rest, so it will be obtained in full winter, taking care though that the wood is not frozen.
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Damaged turf change

On this page we will talk about: Changing damaged lawn plates It can happen in a laid garden to have to replace some pieces of clods for different reasons. In this case we proceed by delimiting the clod which must be replaced and then using a well sharpened tool suitable for cutting the bounded clod.
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Evaluation of the land and choice of the type of grass

On this page we will talk about: Evaluation of the terrain and choice of the type of grass As regards the choice of the ground where to plant the turf, it must be kept in mind that often this will be obliged: therefore the land at our disposal, if it will not be to our liking , will have to be somehow correct.
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Introduction of lawn maintenance

On this page we will talk about: Introduction maintenance lawn The lawn like the rest of the garden needs constant maintenance in order to be healthy and at the height of its glory. Maintenance requires effort together with will and passion that over time will give great satisfaction to the conditions of your green corner.
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Graft by approximation

On this page we will talk about: see also: Grafting Approach by approximation The graft by approximation represents the most ancient type of grafting, the first that man has practiced observing random developments in nature. This type of grafting is carried out by simply combining the rootstock with the scion, which in this case remains attached to the mother plant, to then bind them, causing the two to bond to each other.
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What to do after a graft

On this page we will talk about: see also: Grafting What to do after a graft Once the grafting is done and the rooting of the scion has been verified, your task has not been completed. For there are some precautions to be taken In order for the scion is optimally developments. First of all, after engraftment you will have to proceed to eliminate the part of the rootstock that is above the graft itself: in some cases you can leave a piece, called hock, which will support the new shoot in its development, otherwise you will have to apply a external support, for example a vegetable straw or plastic.
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Sowing

On this page we will talk about: Sowing The reproduction of a plant by sowing is a fairly simple process that however requires some attention with regard to the soil, temperatures and germination. First of all, however, you need to make sure you have good quality seeds available, which is obtained from particularly healthy and robust specimens, with pleasing aesthetic and morphological characteristics.
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Graft to shield or graft to bud

On this page we will talk about: see also: Grafting Scudetto or bud grafting The bud graft, also called scudetto graft, is based on the assumption that the buds that form on the buds that grow in spring, in summer come into quiescence until the following spring and in that period they are easily usable for taking scions.
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Triangle coupling

On this page we will talk about: see also: Grafting Triangle grafting The triangle graft is so called because it foresees the removal from the plant rootstock of a triangular block, where we will then insert the scion. It begins severing the branch with a slightly inclined cut towards the side opposite the one where andrŠ° to insert the scion.
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Root cuttings

On this page we will talk about: Root cuttings Using root pieces as cuttings is a technique that requires first of all an important trick: in order to obtain good results, in fact, we must pay close attention to the period in which this operation is performed. You will have to choose the vegetative rest period of the plant, otherwise the cutting will not produce new rootlets.
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Introduction, woody and semi-mature cuttings

On this page we will talk about: Introduction, woody and semi-mature cuttings The reproduction of a plant can take place in different ways. Among them the Talea stands out, that is the use of a part of the mother plant, for example a piece of leaf, root or twig, rooted in the ground. Cutting is a widespread plant propagation technique.
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Introduction to how to plant plants

On this page we will talk about: see also: Find plants Introduction to how to plant plants There are many reasons that can lead to the choice of planting plants or trees in the garden. From a purely aesthetic point of view, the trees embellish and diversify the architecture of the green space, creating at the same time, thanks to their foliage, providential shaded areas in which to find relief from the heat in the long summer days.
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Introduction to grafting

On this page we will talk about: see also: Grafting Introduction to grafting Grafting is a technique which consists in putting two parts of different plants together so that they become a single new plant. The plant that provides the roots is called the subject rootstock plant, while the part that is put together and will form the crown or in any case the aerial part is called marza.
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Plant division

On this page we will talk about: see also: Find plants Division of plants Division is a simple and fast propagation technique, which consists of dividing the parent plant into smaller parts that will develop independently as individual specimens. Usually this technique is used with plants that give rise to tufts, in particular with perennials and bulbous plants.
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Diseases of the lawn

On this page we will discuss: Diseases of the meadow The diseases that affect the turf, of fungal origin, can be treated and successfully addressed if we recognize the development period and the temperature at which they develop. It will therefore be easier to recognize the symptoms and take appropriate countermeasures.
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