Leaves Unfolded

Some articles on unfolded, leaves unfolded, leaves:

BBCH-scale (maize)
2 10 First leaf through coleoptile 11 First leaf unfolded 2 ... leaves unfolded 3 ... leaves unfolded 1. 9 ... or more leaves unfolded 3 Stem elongation 30 Beginning of stem elongation 31 First node detectable 2 ... nodes detectable 3 ... nodes detectable 3. 97 Plant dead and collapsing 99 Harvested product 1 A leaf may be described as unfolded when its ligule is visible or the tip of next leaf is visible 2 Tillering or stem elongation may occur earlier than ...
BBCH-scale (beet)
... leaf visible (pinhead-size) cotyledons horizontally unfolded 11 First pair of leaves visible, not yet unfolded (pea-size) 2 ... leaves (first pair of leaves) unfolded 4 ... leaves (2nd pair of leaves) unfolded 15 5. 9 ... and more leaves unfolded 3 Rosette growth (crop cover) 31 Beginning of crop cover leaves cover 10% of ground 32 Leaves cover 20% of ground 33 Leaves cover 30% of ground 34 Leaves cover 40% of ...
BBCH-scale (grape)
09 Bud burst green shoot tips clearly visible 1 Leaf development 11 First leaf unfolded and spread away from shoot 12 2nd leaves unfolded 13 3rd leaves unfolded 1. 9 ... or more leaves unfolded 5 Inflorescence emerge 53 Inflorescences clearly visible 55 Inflorescences swelling, flowers closely pressed together 57 Inflorescences fully developed flowers separating 6 Flowering 60 ...
BBCH-scale (cereals)
... leaf through coleoptile 11 First leaf unfolded 2 ... leaves unfolded 3 ... leaves unfolded 1. 9 ... or more leaves unfolded 2 Tillering3 20 No tillers 21 Beginning of tillering first tiller detectable 2 ... tillers detectable 3 ... tillers detectable 2. 93 Grains loosening in day-time 97 Plant dead and collapsing 99 Harvested product 1 A leaf is unfolded when its ligule is visible or the tip of the next leaf is ...

Famous quotes containing the words unfolded and/or leaves:

    Until I was twenty-five, I had no development at all. From my twenty-fifth year I date my life. Three weeks have scarcely passed, at any time between then and now, that I have not unfolded within myself. But I feel that I am now come to the inmost leaf of the bulb, and that shortly the flower must fall to the mould.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)

    Before the leaves can mount again
    To fill the trees with another shade,
    They must go down past things coming up.
    They must go down into the dark decayed.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)