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New basal shoots will appear in a few weeks.
The species may resprout from basal shoots following a fire.
The guava, a tropical tree, is also known to propagate through basal shoots.
It has a clump-forming habit with many basal shoots forming open groups or clusters.
Come February or March, give the plants a little light and water, and watch them put out basal shoots.
Take cuttings of violas, taking material from healthy, non-flowering basal shoots.
Cuttings of basal shoots in the spring may be rooted when treated with rooting hormones.
Brazilian pepper is hard to control because it produces basal shoots if the trunk is cut.
Cuttings of basal shoots in late spring.
Nearly all living individuals exist as basal shoots from older trees where the main trunk has died, or are outplanted saplings.
Several species produce basal shoots or suckers.
A risky, but effective way to force basal shoots is to let the plant dry out until the leaves wilt, then water the plant.
Vegetative reproduction frequently results when fallen branches sprout or basal shoots develop into new trees.
Basal shoots should be removed.
It grows as a sprawling shrub up to one metre (3 ft) high, often with basal shoots arising from an underground lignotuber.
They propagate using basal shoots (also known as suckers), extended underground shoots that develop roots and individual plants.
Petit Bouschet also has a tendency to produce numerous basal shoots that grow on the trunk of the grapevine below the cordons.
After a couple of years the clump, will be looking a little shaggy so in March cut hard back to the developing basal shoots and feed as new growth develops.
Virtually all types of shoots and roots are capable of vegetative propagation, including stems, basal shoots, tubers, rhizomes, stolons, corms, bulbs, and buds.
In viticulture, growers want to avoid any part of the cordon from touching the ground because of the vine's natural inclination to send out suckers or basal shoots and take root in that area where the cordon is touching the ground.
Each potato will produce from eight to 12 rooted sprouts in about three weeks.
These trees form through root sprouts coming off an original parent tree.
The majority of commercial hazelnuts are propagated from root sprouts.
Once scab gets in contact with plant it will rapidly spread through the root sprouts.
It spreads extensively by root sprouts, which may be produced up to 40 metres from the parent tree.
It propagates itself primarily through root sprouts, and extensive clonal colonies are common.
The plants are grown from slips, which are rooted sprouts from a sweet potato.
The roots are thick and fleshy, and frequently produce root sprouts which can develop into new trees.
The shrub reproduces from seeds and root sprouts.
Cirsium lecontei grows to about 35-110 cm and has a taproot, sometimes with root sprouts.
Root sprouts also are vigorous and probably more numerous than stump sprouts in cut-over areas.
The species still survives in hedgerows, as the roots are not killed and send up root sprouts ("suckers").
It is a deciduous large shrub growing to 4 m tall, spreading by stoloniferous root sprouts.
Many of the trees in cultivation show a strong tendency to produce numerous root sprouts, a character rare in maples.
A few species, notably Acer cappadocicum, frequently produce root sprouts, which can develop into clonal colonies.
It spreads aggressively both by seeds and vegetatively by root sprouts, re-sprouting rapidly after being cut.
Although fires kill large woody stems and the species does not reproduce by rhizomes or root sprouts, it sprouts readily after fire.
El Dorado mule ears is native to the Pine Hill area and spreads by underground root sprouts (clonal).
Even the gloriously flowered horsemints (Monardas) can become nuisances, and unwanted seedlings and root sprouts troweled out.
Many of the trees in cultivation are grafted on Acer cappadocicum rootstocks, shown by the numerous root sprouts with Acer cappadocicum foliage.
While Field Maple parentage is universally accepted, the second parent is uncertain, though the tree's extensive production of root sprouts favours A. cappadocicum over A. lobelii.
Black chokeberry, Aronia melanocarpa (Photinia melanocarpa), tends to be smaller, rarely exceeding 1m tall, rarely 3 m, and spreads readily by root sprouts.
It reproduces by seed and root sprouts, which makes it effectively tending to occupy areas of land, establishing high density, so that, depending on circumstances, it forms dense groves and can be invasive.
Root sprouts often result in dense thickets, and a single tree, if allowed to spread unrestrained, will soon be surrounded by a sizable clonal colony, as its stoloniferous roots extend in every direction and send up multitudes of shoots.
The leaves are 3-13 cm long and 1-7 cm broad, smooth edged, wavy, oval to oblong, rounded or pointed on the ends, leathery, brighter green above and paler below; leaves on young plants and root sprouts are larger than those on mature plants.
Some plants produce adventitious shoots and suckers that form along their lateral roots.
The plant dies after flowering, but produces suckers or adventitious shoots from the base, which continue its growth.
The phenomenon of high variability in individuals from plant cell cultures or adventitious shoots has been named somaclonal variation.
Coppicing is the practice of cutting tree stems to the ground to promote rapid growth of adventitious shoots.
The species is capable of producing adventitious shoots or 'suckers' from the root system and in this manner often forms thickets.
Acacia salicina spreads widely through seed dipersal, and individual trees can rapidly form thickets through production of adventitious shoots from the root system.
Characteristic symptoms specific to the carrot include initial vein clearing and chlorosis, followed by production of many adventitious shoots, with the tops looking like a witches'-broom.
Don't leave them until they are so developed and tough that they will not easily pull away and have to be cut; this is merely pruning and you will thereby ensure that several adventitious shoots will grow to replace the one being removed.
The suckers need to win something once in a while.
The government is taking the little energy suckers off the market.
You have to be on those suckers every day or they'll take over the world.
"We got to stop those suckers before they break us."
And there are always new suckers to buy into it.
I cut the suckers off at the ground every spring and again in the fall.
Sure as hell, he found some suckers to play against him.
Teachers were suckers for anything that had to do with school.
Does this mean that people who work hard are suckers?
He thinks we're suckers who will do anything because we like the game.
The boys in the back wouldn't mind taking his money along with that of the other suckers already playing.
"What makes you think the other poor suckers didn't try it as well?"
"I guess people in our line of work are suckers for this stuff."
Finally, look at the base of the tree for suckers.
Steve had told him once that love was for suckers.
Those suckers could reach the surface if they had to!
"With a growing population, there are new suckers every year."
On the ends of its hands and feet are suckers.
But you can't help feeling a bit sorry for the poor Chinese suckers.
I'm just sorry for those poor old guys up there, and I don't want to be around when they find what suckers they've been.
Hadn't really thought through what they'd do once the suckers actually broke in.
He had to get away from Michigan in order to find suckers.
"The suckers can't wait to go on the attack to make things right."
They don't actually travel in space no more, except for the little suckers running around.
One difference is that this time around, Democrats are less likely to get played for suckers.
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