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#250 Tee. #251 Cleft Graft:. #252 Side Graft:. #253 Whip Graft:. #254 #1 Container:. Holds a volume of 1 gallon. Available in both bottom and side drainage forms. #255 #15 Container:. Holds a volume of 15 gallons. Available in bottom and side drainage forms. #256 #5 Container:.

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#250 Tee


#251 Cleft Graft:


#252 Side Graft:


#253 Whip Graft:


#254 #1 Container:

  • Holds a volume of 1 gallon.

  • Available in both bottom and side drainage forms.


#255 #15 Container:

  • Holds a volume of 15 gallons.

  • Available in bottom and side drainage forms.


#256 #5 Container:

  • Holds a volume of 5 gallons.

  • Available in both side and bottom drainage.


#257 Action Hoe (Hula Hoe):

  • Sharp edges on the back and front of the blade.


#258 Ammonium Sulfate:

  • (21-0-0)

  • Brownish-gray to white crystalline salt.

  • Looks like rock salt

  • Use on lawns

  • Green up the plant

  • Not for bedding plants or fruits


#259 Atmospheric Breaker:

  • Used to prevent backflow of fertilizers into watering systems.


#260 Azalea Pot:

  • Azalea

    • Same diameter

    • Uses less soil

    • Shorter

    • Great for Azaleas

Azalea


#261 Blood Meal:

  • High nitrogen Fertilizer.

  • Made from dried blood.


#262 Bone Meal:

  • Generally high in Phosphorous.

  • Made from fine and coarsely ground bone.


#263 Broadcast Spreader:

  • Used to spread out fertilizers, pest control, and other soli amendments.

  • Comes in hand-held, walk behind, and towable forms.


#264 Bulb Planter:

  • Used to plant Bulbs into the ground


#265 Carrying Flat:

  • Ideal for carrying pony packs or 4” pots


#266 Cell Pack:


Class 200 PVC Pipe:#267

  • Schedule & class refers to the thickness of the wall of the pipe.

  • The higher the schedule, the thicker the pipe.


#268 Core Aerator:

  • Prevents soil compaction

  • Allows air flow


#269 Cut Off Riser:

  • Used below sprinklers to cut at your desired length if the ground is unlevel.


#270 Decorative Bark:

  • Ground up Tree also used as Mulch


#271 Dibble:

  • Used to make holes to plant a seedling or seed.


#272 Drip Emitter:

  • Connected to a Drip Tube to Drip water.


#273 Drop Spreader:

  • Used for seeding or fertilizing large spaces.


#274 Flaring Rose Nozzle:

  • Screw on hose

  • Holes or orifices give fine droplets

  • Square or rectangular pattern

  • Good for square containers (flats)


#275 Flex Riser:

  • Bends rather than breaks!

  • So if your sprinkler gets kicked it won’t break.


#276 Forest Humus:

  • The soft dark substance formed when animal or vegetable matter decomposes.


#277 Garden Hoe:

  • Used for weed control

  • To move small amounts of soil

  • Also to dig


#278 Garden Rake:

  • To loosen soil

  • Remove dead grass

  • Light weeding


#279 Garden Trowel:

  • Digging small holes

  • Mixing fertilizer

  • Transferring plants to pots


#280 Gypsum:

  • A very soft sulfate mineral composed of calcium sulfate

  • Changes the structure and fertility of heavy clay soils


#281 Hand Cultivator:

  • Disadvantage:

    • Stimulates weed seeds to germinate

  • Advantage:

    • Loosens soil

    • Gives drainage & aeration


#282 Hand Pruners (Anvil Type):

  • Like a guillotine!

  • Blades meet flush

  • Crushes plant tissue

  • Cheaper


#283 Hand Pruners

(Bypass Type):

  • Lease damage to healthy green steams

  • To cut soft wood


  • Looks like a grass lopper

  • Used to shear small leaf plant material

  • Has notch for pruning if necessary

#284 Hedge Shears:


#285 Hose End Fogging Nozzle:

  • Meant to cover more surface area in a misty matter.


#286 Hose End Sprayer:

  • Connects to a hose

  • To apply liquid pesticides or soluble fertilizers


#287: Hose Mender:

  • To attach two hoses together that have been broken.


#288 Hose-0n Proportioner:

  • Injects soluble fertilizer into water source


#289 Impact Sprinkler:

  • Breaks up the water stream enabling a uniform watering area around the sprinkler.


#290 Landscape Rake:

  • Ideal for raking rocks, limbs, roadways, beaches, seed beds, and landscape sites.


#291 Lawn Rake:

  • For raking up leaves or grass clippings…

  • (It’s not rocket science)

  • Flex rake that comes in bamboo, plastic or metal (sounds)


#292 Liner:

  • Meant to hold plants, usually until they are mature enough to be planted or for sale.


#293 Lopper:

  • Come in anvil or bypass

  • Extended reach with handles

  • Wood or aluminum (better)


#294 Manual Valve:

  • Allows operator to do “by hand”:

    • Open

    • Close

    • Control


#295 Nursery Tape:

  • Help stake trees and/or plants


#296 Peat Moss:

  • Holds twice its weight by volume when wet

  • Retains moisture like a sponge for plants


#297 Peat Pot:

  • Decomposable (made of peat moss)

  • Used for starting seeds


#298 Perlite:

  • Improves D&A


#299 Pick:

  • Used to dig


#300 Plant Label:

  • Can give information about the plant


#301 Plant/Tree Stake:

  • Usually about 8 feet tall


#302 Pole Pruner:

  • Range in height of 7 to 14 feet

  • To help with branches you can not reach


#303 Polyethylene Drip Tube:

  • Delivers water


#304 Pop Up Spray Head:


#305 Pot Label:

Goes in the pot, not on the plant


#306 Propagation Flat:

Fewer holes than a carrying flat

Will hold soil to germinate seedlings


#307 Pruning Saw:


#308 Root Feeder


#309 Rotor Sprinkler

Rotates one direction, then back quickly in the reverse direction


#310 Round Point Shovel:


#311 Sand:

Did you know that it’s against the law to remove sand from the beach?


#312 Schedule 40 PVC Pipe


#313 Schedule 80 Riser


#314 Screed:

  • Used to smooth, after its been place on a surface. Also to assist in leveling the application.


#315 Scuffle Hoe:


#316 Slow Release Fertilizer:

  • Nutrients available gradually over time

  • Looks like bird seed


#317 Soil Probe:

  • Collects small diameter samples of the ground surface, and to determine soil moisture content


#318 Solenoid Value:

  • Shuts off, releases, doses, distributes or mixes fluids in irrigation systems.


#319 Spading Fork:


#320 Sphagnum Moss

  • Absorbs water like a sponge

  • Excellent growing media air layering

  • Leafier than peat moss


#321 Spotting Board

  • Press down over a plug tray to make small holes in each cell


#322 Square Point Shovel


#323 Standard Pot

  • Standard:

    • For deep rooted plants

    • Deeper & taller

  • Azalea

    • Same diameter

    • Uses less soil

    • Shorter

Azalea

Standard


  • Sulfur is a secondary plant nutrient

  • Improves root growth

#324 Sulfur:


#325 Superphosphate:

  • Improves root growth, stem sturdiness and flower development.


# 326 Swing Arm Riser:

  • Three 90 degree elbows allow for rotation in all directions

  • Can easily be adjusted to match the soil level


#327 Tamp:

  • Tamps down dirt


#328 Tank Sprayer:

  • Garden weed & pest control


#329 Vermiculite:

  • Drainage & aeration


#330 Water Breaker:


#331 Mattock Planter:

  • Tool used for digging in gardens


#332 Min./Max. Thermometer:

  • Identifies the minimum and maximum temperatures in a 24 hour period.


#333 Soil Thermometer:

  • Used to measure soil temperature


#334 Trenching Shovel:


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