Why are carrot roots so large?

Answer Tubers It is a Tuber. these plants grow large roots where all the nutrients and water are stored for their reemergence in the spring when no feeding takes place.The root is so big because while the... Read More »

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I have a large pot of fushias-can I cut of a branch and than grow it into the ground when the roots have sprou?

Spring and early summer are a good time to take fuschia cuttings. Just cut off a stem about 4" long above a bud. Strip off the lower leaves - now they tell you to dip it into rooting powder and ins... Read More »

Do wisteria roots affect other tree roots nearby?

Wisteria roots are very strong, and will interfere with anything in their path, including other roots. You can bury a piece of corrugated plastic between the wisteria and the other plant to prevent... Read More »

What is the depth of roots of St. Augustine grass roots?

St. Augustine grass roots reach a depth anywhere between 40 to 60 centimeters or fifteen to 24 inches, depending on soil conditions, where it is growing geographically and climate conditions.Refere... Read More »

Vegetables That Are Roots or Underground Roots?

The term root vegetable refers to vegetables in which the edible part is actually a root. Benefits of root vegetables include their various colors, textures and flavors, ease of growth and simple s... Read More »