The most valuable aspect of attending a seed swap may actually be the chance to glean local wisdom about what works--or doesn't work--in your shared gardening microclimate
The idea is to ensure that the urban microclimate
is properly understood in terms of boundary layers and locations.
The Estate Merlot from the Colchagua Valley has a microclimate
from the low coastal mountains and the river basin.
Young's main research interests are in northern hydrology and microclimates
Recognizing the need for affordable weather recording in remote microclimates
, Spectrum Technologies developed the WatchDog[R] 2000 Series Mini Stations as user-friendly devices to capture, process, and store weather history throughout the growing season.
Throughout the property there are numerous hiking trails and many microclimates
, as well as a unique home and retreat center.
Deforestation also increases flooding, reduces soil fertility and dries local microclimates
, reducing the water supply.
5 million trees every year, hopes to double current availability by supplying a balance of new early and late varieties grown in a range of microclimates
1] of N were applied 3 wk after bloom, plant growth was increased, which was reflected in the microclimates
of the conventional and UNR cotton canopies becoming similar earlier in the season.
The goal was to gather temperature data that would identify the locations of a variety of microclimates
within the community.
We benefit from having many microclimates
on the river and it shows in the diversity of plants that do well," says Hurd.
Questions like how important are external microclimates
that buildings create through their effect on sunlight penetration and wind patterns, and do architects give sufficient consideration to natural wildlife habits within urban contexts?