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This requires some weed identification since weeds may have taproots (roots that grow straight down into the soil), rhizomes (roots that travel under the surface of the soil), stolons (roots that travel on top of the soil) or fibrous root systems.
A purpose-designed scarifying machine will slice through the shoots, leaves and stolons (or runners), maximising the grass's ability to regenerate from the re-emerging plants.
During stolonial movement, cell migrations produce body outgrowths (stolons) that slowly move along the substrate and search for new points with appropriate environmental conditions.
Tuber initiation is a complex process of potato development that involves the differentiation of stolons into storage organs called tubers, at which point the sink-source relationship of potato plant is reversed and tubers become the main sink, rather than growth and foliar development (HELDWEIN et al., 2009).
Stolons of drought grass were collected from a coconut plantation of Hilir Perak (3 53' 42"N; 100 52' 0"E).
A twenty plants sample after eight weeks of planting was taken to determinate number of leaves and stems, number of stolons and tubers per plant.
Ventral stolons present Leaf insertion reaching the dorsal midline of stem or not.
Many of the most difficult weeds to manage are cold-hardy perennials that propagate by producing seed and horizontal stems called stolons or runners.
Project also consists of installing concrete mow curb, deep-ripping soil, fine graind, adding soil amendments, planting trees, shrubs, groundcover and hybrid bermudagrass by stolons (sprigging), construction of domestic waterline and drinking fountains and a 90 day maintenance period.
Numerous small, round bladder traps are found in the stems (officially referred to as "stolons") of this floating group of mostly aquatic species.
"Eelgrass populations grow vegetatively by stolons which spread radially in all directions and therefore each plant creates a circular growth pattern," the researchers said.
The tuber disease, soft rot is initiated through lenticels, meristematic stolons, or wounds [14].