REAL TREES 4 Kids! - Frequently Asked Questions
Let's start with your first question. Evergreen trees (conifers) grow at different rates. The trees on REAL TREE operations are harvested somewhere between 7 and 12 years. That's when they have reached the right size and shape for you, the customer. In the wild though, some evergreens (conifers) can be mature at 50 years and some may live to be thousands of years old. The oldest known evergreens (conifers) are the bristlecone pines that grow in the southwestern United States ..
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To a new hair transplant patient, waiting for his hair to grow in can seem like an eternity. For those of us who have been there, we are anxious to see our new "look." In 3 to 6 months on average, patients will notice their new grafts growing in, slowly at first and not all at the same time. Hair grows at the rate of 1 cm to 1/2 inch per month and despite the claims of some products, there is no vitamin or herbal treatment that can cause your hair to grow faster.
The Carcinoid Cancer Foundation, Inc.
In general, it can take 3-5 years and even up to 10 or longer for carcinoid tumors to grow. These are generally very slow-growing tumors. Serotonin is a chemical proFcoduct produced by some carcinoids in various amounts. It does not regulate the tumors. When in large amounts, it causes symptoms but in any amount, it is a useful marker for the presence of each tumor. 5HTP is the chemical precursor (for the substance) from which serotonin is made and is also a useful marker sometimes.
International Laser Hair Transplant
After the transplant procedure most of the transplanted hair goes through a healing phase of two months. After the initial two months the hair starts growing at the same rate as your non-transplanted hair. The average rate of growth is half an inch per month.
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The new hair starts to grow between 14-16 weeks and will take at least 6 months for the new hair to make a significant cosmetic difference to your appearance.
REAL TREES 4 Kids! - Frequently Asked Questions
The time it takes for trees to grow to their full size depends on many things. In some tropical areas, trees may reach their full size in 30 years. In other areas, where it is colder, it can take hundreds of years. Different species grow at different rates. When trees are planted as a crop for harvest, "full size" is the size that is pleasing to customers. So, the answer to this question is ... it depends!
Back to Basics Natural Hoof Care
The amount of time the hoof wall takes to grow from the coronet down to the ground is known as a hoof growth cycle or HGC. An HCG can take a horse anywhere from about 6 months give or take to about a year give or take. This timeframe really varies from horse to horse and other environmental factors such as time of year, lifestyle, amount of exercised etc.
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An eight foot tree is probably 5 to 8 years old. Some species grow faster and the time depends greatly on how well the trees are cared for.
Frequently Asked Questions
Usually about 3 months. Cotton in our area is ready to pick in July. The ginning season is July, August, September and October….the hottest time of the year! Cotton must be replanted every year.
Moulds growth can occur within 48-72 hours from the initial wetting period. If the presence of moisture is noted, then drying should take place immediately in order to minimize the potential for mould growth.
eggling - crack & grow egg
In general, seeds will germinate and sprout with herbs in 2 to 3 weeks and flowers in 3 to 4 weeks. Keep your Eggling moist and warm during that time. Plants should be good size in 2 to 3 months, when you can transplant them so that they can fully mature and the flowers can bloom.
A tree takes about four years from a seed to the time it is large enough to be put into the field. After this it will take on average about a foot a year. Different varieties will grow slower or faster than others.
Mushroom Growing FAQs
Back to Mushroom FAQs menu] The answer to this question depends on several things, including the stage of mushroom growing you want to start with, the method of inoculation, the temperature, the kind of substrate you are using, the mushroom species, and the specific mushroom strain. Starting at the very beginning, mushroom spores can take from a few hours to several days to germinate.
The Supertanker has 24,000 gallons of tank space onboard. This represents more than seven times the drop capability of the largest current aerial firefighting aircraft in use today, the P3. The Evergreen Supertanker also has the capability of performing segmented drops in quantities greater than or equal to the P3. Boeing has worked with Evergreen to support the preliminary engineering studies and certification components of the 747 Supertanker program.
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To grow, molds need a food source, a certain temperature and moisture. Where these conditions are present, molds can germinate and colonize. How fast growth occurs depends on the combination of conditions. Spores can germinate after only 12 hours in some conditions and some grow in 24 to 48 hours. Houses offer an ample food supply- drywall, wood, insulation, and paper. When these materials become damp or wet, settled spores can become growing molds.
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Balsa trees grow very rapidly (like all pesky trees). Six months after germination, the tree is about 1-1/2 inches in diameter and 10 - 12 feet tall! In 6 to 10 years, the tree is ready for cutting, having reached a height of 60 to 90 feet tall and a diameter of 12 to 45 inches. If left to continue growing, the new wood being grown on the outside layers becomes very hard and the tree begins to rot in the centre.
Michigan Asparagus Advisory Board
Three seasons pass before the asparagus plant can be harvested. In its first season of growth, a crown forms with six inches of root. In the second season, the crown grows into a fern. Asparagus can be harvested in its third year, and reaches its prime after 6-8 years, when it can yield as much as one to two tons per acre when grown commercially.
Open-ILS.org | Frequently Asked Questions.
Evergreen is a software system that helps library patrons find library materials, and helps libraries manage, catalog, and circulate those materials. Open-ILS was an early codename for the Evergreen project, and is still used internally in the software.