See pictured, it's a leaf attached directly to the stem, the one without aerial roots.Garden & Landscape2 weeks ago
I bought an elephant ear plant 5 days ago from a plant shop in Egypt. It was planted in the ground so it was repotted into a pot. The soil is 100% clay, as is the custom in Egypt. The day I bought it, I watered it thoroughly. Now even after 5 days, the soil is still really wet. It is placed in a balcony with glass windows which have been closed for the past three days (so it's kind of like a greenhouse).
Now, one leaf is turning yellow. I'm wondering if I should repot it in a mixture of peat moss, clay and sand to make it drain water better or if I should just leave it. I don't think sunlight is the problem because it's been getting plenty of indirect light.1 AnswerGarden & Landscape2 weeks ago
I'm doing a project on optmizing a 3D object, (a water bottle). I want to make a model function that represents the bottle's edge and then rotate the function across the x axis to get the volume of revolution.
After this, I want to take the derivative of the volume and get a function for surface area, and then minimize it, to find the optimum dimensions for the bottle.
How do I do this? I want to get the surface area in terms of 'r' and 'h' and two other variables rather than 'a' and 'b' which just determine how much of the original 2D function gets included. Is this possible?
YomnaMathematics3 weeks ago
I'm going to divide a bird of paradise plant from a main plant, but I'm planting it in another pot in my home. I will remove it with the roots, will it survive until I can put it in soil tomorrow (about a full day)?5 AnswersGarden & Landscape4 weeks ago
I bought a pineapple top about a week ago and I've been watering it by pouring water in the middle of the leaves. I am rooting in soil not water and I did not leave it to dry first. Today I realized my inner leaves were rotting because of the watering in the middle of the crown and I found that I could easily remove them because of the rot weakening them. So I removed about 5 small leaves from the middle. Then I removed the pineapple top from the soil and decided that since it's only been six days, it wasn't too late to let the pineapple top dry out. So now I am going to leave it to dry for 2 to 3 days in indirect light. Then I will repot in fresh soil and water the soil instead of watering in the middle of the top. It has little circular spots that look like the beginning of root development in the stem, but still no roots.
Is this okay? Can I still save it? Or should I just return it to the soil and let it fight it out?
Please help, I'm trying to avoid buying another pineapple because they are very expensive here.1 AnswerGarden & Landscape1 month ago
I have a few queries. I bought a pineapple a few days ago and it wasn't very ripe. I twisted off the top, let it dry for about an hour or maybe less, then decided to plant it directly because that's what I saw in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4iDBK0U6po
Will it work even if it wasn't ripe? And how often should I water it. It is in a relatively small pot and I've water watering for two days in the manner shown in the video but I think the soil is getting too wet. I'm thinking to water it every 3 days?2 AnswersGarden & Landscape1 month ago
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Can you give me the equations?Chemistry5 months ago
I'm particular confused about b.Biology6 months ago
Can someone please check my answers to this question about finding the mass of solute needed for a solution?
a. 5.9 g
b. 5.30 g
c. 9.5 g
d. 42 gYahoo Answers6 months ago
a. 0.500 dm3
b. 0.0750 dm3
c. 0.0114 dm3
d. 0.192 dm31 AnswerChemistry6 months ago
0.050 mol dm-3
1.0 mol dm-3
0.25 mol dm-3
2.0 mol dm-33 AnswersChemistry6 months ago