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the end products of photosynthesis
Give Venus fly traps as much light as you can. Full direct sunlight at least four hours a day is best, though Venus fly traps can flourish under strong artificial lighting as well. Water them with “pure” water (low in mineral content), either distilled, rain water, or other water that has a low concentration of dissolved solids. Plant them in a proper mix of nutrient poor medium. Most people use peat, sphagnum moss, sand and perlite in some combination. Long fiber sphagnum moss works well for Venus fly trap soil too.
If possible, keep the ambient humidity high, though this is not critical. Venus Fly Traps can thrive in low humidity. Just be sure to keep their soil damp at all times when the humidity is low.
If you are growing your plant in less than ideal conditions, or you just want the biggest traps possible, it’s best to not let them flower. Try to cut the flower stalk off as soon as you notice it. Flowering robs the plant of precious energy that it could otherwise use to make itself larger or produce better leafs and traps. Also, as a flytrap grows, it will often form little offshoots with a second rosette or multiple rosettes of leaves. These offshoots will eventually form their own root systems. When you go to repot your venus fly trap you can gently pry the rosettes apart and have separate Venus fly traps. If you cut the flower off, the Venus flytrap will be more likely to divide and form separate rosettes through the growing season due to the fact it can put more energy into growing.
The Venus Fly Trap, Dionaea muscipula, is a carnivorous plant native to the bogs and swamplands of North and South Carolina. It preys on insects with its uniquely shaped terminal portion of its leaves. The leaf has two primary regions: a broad flat typical leaf-like region called the leaf-base that is capable of carrying out photosynthesis and grows out of the ground, and the trapping mechanism, called the leaf-blade or lamina, at the end of the leaf that is composed of two lobes with hinged together by a midrib. Each trap usually has between two and five “trigger hairs” on each lobe with three trigger hairs on each lobe being normal. The edge of the trap is lined with teeth or finger-like cilia that lace together when the trap shuts. The leaf-base and leaf-blade (trap) are joined together by what is referred to as the petiole.
BioCoach Activity Concept 1: Overview of Respiration
They form galls or knots on the plant roots that block the flow of nutrients and photosynthesis products.In 2013 these nasty little worms invaded several root systems of my growing heirloom tomato plants. That really gets me MAD! The plants appeared normal even set a few tomatoes then they began to look sickly, stop setting fruit and grew weird, immature looking leaves that appeared to have a yellow color. It wasn’t until we began the seasonal garden clean-up that the cause became apparent. NEMATODES.Prevention: Sources suggest growing resistant cultivars. There are virtually no heirloom tomatoes that are resistant. Hybrid tomatoes and other plants have been bred to resist disease. As promoters of heirloom growing, our best defense against disease is nutrient and beneficial microorganism rich soil. Crop rotation is an important mode of prevention. Solarize the soil before planting. Grow marigolds and till them into soil at season’s end.Control: Shellfish meal has proven to be a good organic nematode control agent. It contains a substance called Chitin. Instead of attacking nematodes directly, chitin works by providing food for bacteria that eat chitin, increasing the population of these bacteria to the point that they can successfully attack nematode eggs and adults, both of which contain chitin. This year we are treating our Square Garden with Crab Meal from Down to Earth. Apply 5-10 pounds per 100 square feet. In addition to nematode control, Crab meal is also a great soil building source of organic nitrogen, phosphorus and calcium.
All of the sugar produced in the photosynthetic cells of plants and other organisms is derived from the initial chemical combining of carbon dioxide and water with sunlight.
Energy efficiency of photosynthesis - Encyclopedia Britannica
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