MadSci Search Results for Dale Softley

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1. Agricultural Sciences: Re: How do we distinguish viral diseases in plants from deficiency diseases?, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Mon Aug 30 04:20:14 2010
2. Botany: Re: If a tree is given colored water, will the leaf color change?, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Fri Sep 17 07:20:07 2010
3. Botany: Re: How much Glucose does a Tomato plant generate per day?, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Mon Jun 1 18:04:44 2009
4. Botany: Re: how do fruits get liquid?, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Mon Dec 13 06:38:54 2010
5. Agricultural Sciences: Re: Will the Oryza sativa (Rice Plant) die after bearing one crop of rice chaff, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Sun Oct 10 17:56:54 2010
6. Botany: Re: How long can grass survive under snow?, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Sun Feb 15 13:44:06 2009
7. Botany: Re: Do plants grow more on a turntable?, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Tue Jan 31 08:15:40 2012
8. Agricultural Sciences: Re: Can animal's poop, such as dogs and cats, turn into fertilizer?, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Mon Nov 15 16:26:44 2010
9. Agricultural Sciences: Re: How can I redo my science fair project to include testing, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Wed Oct 5 04:38:46 2011
10. Botany: Re: can a plant surive on greywater and sunlight alone?, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Sun Jan 31 17:17:38 2010
11. Botany: Re: best method to hang a sign from a tree, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Tue Dec 2 13:26:23 2008
12. Botany: Re: Are there any fast growing trees useful in any respect, , Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Mon Oct 12 04:26:26 2009
13. Botany: Re: What is the effect of electricity on plants, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Thu Apr 2 05:23:08 2009
14. Botany: Re: Does Jagadish Chandra Bose's work prove a plant has central nervous system?, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Fri Sep 18 16:02:05 2009
15. General Biology: Re: What is the difference between non-seasoned wood and wet wood?, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Fri Dec 12 08:35:08 2008
16. Botany: Re: do plants have germs, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Tue Nov 10 06:15:07 2009
17. Botany: Re: If a leaf is covered with a black plastic tape, will it die?, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Thu Dec 17 06:17:17 2009
18. Botany: Re: Do shrubs poison other plants when overgrazed, and if so, how?, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Wed Nov 17 18:22:28 2010
19. Botany: Re: Does rubber tyre have any cells in them, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Sun Feb 27 19:29:34 2011
20. Botany: Re: what will happen to plants fi they are fertilised with an illegal drug?, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Fri Aug 19 09:28:41 2011
21. Botany: Re: which root is system is more effective for storage, a tap or fiborous? why?, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Wed Oct 14 04:02:31 2009
22. Agricultural Sciences: Re: can beer be a possible alternative as a plant fertilizer?, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Wed Jul 29 04:28:28 2009
23. Botany: Re: Why does the toch-me-not plant shrink back when we touch it?, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Wed Nov 18 09:49:58 2009
24. Botany: Re: Do plants use Fe+3 or Fe+2, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Tue Jul 20 11:34:42 2010
25. Agricultural Sciences: Re: Does a pig have the same organs as humans?, Dale Softley, Staff, Agronomy, S-Arrow, Inc. Fri Jan 15 11:13:31 2010


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