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  1. Growables Origin: Macadamia integrifoliais native to southeastern Queensland where it grows in the rain forests and close to streams. M. tetraphylla is native to southeastern Queensland and northeastern New South Wales, growing in rain forests, in moist places and along stream banks. At the point...  
  2. Growables Origin Native to Northern and Western South America: Venezuela and Columbia. Naturalized In Southern America: Caribbean (Grenada; Guadeloupe; Martinique; Montserrat; Puerto Rico); Northern and Western South America: Guayana; Suriname, Bolivia; Ecuador; Peru and Brazil. Description This...  
  3. Growables Origin Nasturtium is native to the South American Andes from Bolivia to Columbia.3 Description The plant is a succulent, climbing annual. Each round smooth pea-green leaf is attached at its center to a slender round petiole. Leaves range from 2 to 5 inches in diameter. It produces...  
  4. Growables Origin Monstera is indigenous to the hot, humid, tropical forests of Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, and Panama.2 Description Monstera is a fast growing broadleaf vine with a cylindrical, thick stem 2 to 4 inches (5–10 cm) in diameter that may grow along the ground or, if allowed, will...  
  5. Growables Description H. sabdariffavar.sabdariffa(Roselle) is important for food, whileH. sabdariffavar.altissimaWester is important for it's high quality fiber. Roselle is a common garden plant in the tropics and grows readily in Florida. Many parts of the plant, including the seeds, leaves,...  
  6. Growables Origin Passionfruit is a native of southern Brazil where it grows on the edges of rain forests. There are two distinct forms: formaedulis, the purple passionfruit, occurs in cool environments at higher altitudes, whereas formaflavicarpa, the yellow passionfruit, is at home in the...  
  7. In recent years, salinity has become the most important issue in fields, gardens and greenhouses as well. This, of course, has forced us to control saline areas, and therefore, many control mechanisms that have been put forward. Many of them (genetics, biochemical and physical) have not brought...  
  8. Abstract, 2017, Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry Salt-induced land degradation has gradually increased in several major irrigation schemes within arid and semiarid regions. To maximize crop productivity under saline conditions, either salt tolerance crops should be cultivated or areas...  
  9. Abstract, In order to evaluate the effects ofSalsola sodaL. andPortulaca oleraceaL. used as companion plants on growth and yield of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) in salt stress conditions, a trial was conducted in soil-filled benches of a greenhouse in Central Italy. The plant...  
  10. Abstract, 2018, Sustainability Saline irrigation water can lead to salt buildup and reduced crop yields. Halophytic plants are known to accumulate excess salts in tissues, removing them from the immediate environment. This two-phase experiment explored the feasibility of intercropping watermelon...