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Dan Carmi

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I can answer all types of questions regarding ferns: their physiology, life cycle, taxonomy, culture (for both the professional and hobbyist), home and garden application and care, site suitability, and more. I can also answer questions in the fields of greenhouse production, foliage plants, and houseplant care, along with questions in the general field of ornamental horticulture. I may be able to identify fern and foliage plants by photo, but I am unlikely to be able to do it by description (though I will never turn down a challenge). I am not an expert in crop, field, and agronomic production. I am not an expert on annuals, perennials, tree & shrub crops.

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2017-01-16 Fern austral gem:

Austral gem is a fantastic houseplant.  It is very durable and attractive. It is a sterile hybrid, so it will not produce spores or be messy. It is also highly dimorphic, which means there are two distinct

2016-12-31 Fungicide:

The potential for toxicity will vary with type of fungicide, means of application, plant age and health, environmental conditions, and other factors.  Generally, I would say that if you are using a fungicide

2016-12-26 Fungicide:

Generally speaking, ferns are more likely to be sensitive to fungicides than higher plants.  This applies both to commercial products and home solutions.  However, not all fungicides are toxic to all ferns

2016-12-24 Unknown fern:

That is a dwarf brazilian tree fern. If you live in a frost free area, you can grow it in a large pot in the shade or even in the ground. It generally needs plenty of water. It can ultimately make a trunk-like

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