Celery Culture: A Practical Treatise on the Principles Involved in the Production of Celery for Home Use and for Market, Including the Selection of Soil, Production of Plants, Cultivation, Control of Insects and Diseases, Marketing and Uses
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Page 43 - Toward evening the sash should be closed in order that the bed may become sufficiently warm before nightfall. Hotbeds should be watered on bright days and in the morning only. Watering in the evening or on cloudy days will have a tendency to chill the bed and increase the danger from freezing. After watering, the bed should be well ventilated to dry the foliage of the plants and the surface of the soil, to prevent the plants being lost by damping-off fungus or mildew.