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Plant Info · Nordmann

Abies nordmanniana - (Stev.)Spach.


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Abies nordmanniana - (Stev.)Spach.


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Family: Pinaceae

Habitats: Forests in Turkey, often with Picea spp. and often on northern slopes at elevations around 1200 - 2000 metres[93].

Height: 50 m by 5 m m



Nordmann

Abies nordmanniana - (Stev.)Spach.


Soil pH Level: Acid, Neutral, and Basic soils

Optimal Moisture Value: 35%

Optimal Temperature: 22℃

Sun Exposure: High


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Corn Smut


Corn smut is a plant disease caused by the pathogenic fungus Ustilago maydis that causes smut on maize and teosinte. The fungus forms galls on all above-ground parts of corn species, and is known in Mexico as the delicacy huitlacoche; it is eaten, usually as a filling, in quesadillas and other tortilla-based foods, and soups.

Leafcutting Ant · Acromyrmex

Leafcutting ants get their name from their habit of cutting leaves into small pieces. There are only two species in the United States, which are found in Arizona, Texas, western Louisiana and southern California. Mature nests of leafcutting ants may contain in excess of one million individuals, but only one queen who is long-lived. Some very old colonies may occupy the same area for 60-70 years.

Yellow Ants · Lasius spp.

The yellow ant gets its common name from the yellow coloring of its body. Yellow ants are also referred to as citronella ants because of the citrus or lemon-like odor they give off when crushed. The most important structural pest species in this group is the larger yellow ant, Lasius interjectus, which is found from southern New England westward to Washington and southward to Florida and Mexico.

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