Answer: No, Mineral turpentine is not an acid. Mineral turpentine is also known as turpentine substitute, turps substitute, or just turps. It is an inexpensive petroleum-based replacement for the vegetable-based turpentine. It is commonly used as paint thinner for thinning oil-based paint and varnishes, cleaning brushes, as an organic solvent in other applications, and as dry cleaning and other industrial cleaning purposes. It is even used as a Larvicidal for Chrysomya megacephala.
Mineral turpentine is a hydrotreated light distillate of petroleum, and consists of a complex mixture of highly refined hydrocarbon distillates mainly in the C9-C16 range. The material is a clear transparent liquid at room temperature. The liquid is highly volatile and the vapors are flammable. It can be a very dangerous inhalant. It is primarily low aromatic white spirits, or Naptha.
Specific Gravity = .78 Distillation Range = 150-210F
Answer: It is not safe to drink turpentine oil. Turpentine oil is meant to be used on the skin. WebMD claims that when taken by mouth, turpentine oil can cause serious health problems including headache, sleeplessness, coughing, bleeding in the lungs, vomiting, kidney damage, miscarriage, coma, and death.
Answer: Many paint solvents that will melt styrofoam contain toluene. Toluene is a know carcinogen. Toluene become airborne and spreads quickly. Solvents containing toluene should be used outdoors or in well ventilated areas.
Answer: First see if it is doing this in other places of the tree. Then look at all of your Cleveland Pear Trees are doing this. If this is the only one talk to plantation people who know what to do. Then do what they say. It will help. Then talk to your family about this. Maybe they know what to do. If that does not help, do what the plantation person says. It will hopefully help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Answer: It depends on which fruit you like better. So if you like apples, you plant an apple tree. If you like oranges, you plant an orange tree! But if you like BOTH, well, you have to decide which will grow more successfully, what your family likes, etc. Lol...
Answer: Yes, however you need to be sure the soil is ready for a new tree.The stump from the previous tree should be removed, as well as the major old roots. Once you get the bulk of the stump out of the ground - the major tap-roots will become more obvious.. and you can pull those out.After that is all removed, line the bottom of the hole with compost and root treatment before planting the new sapling.
Answer: The Tree of Jesse is a depiction in art of the ancestors of Christ, shown in a tree which rises from Jesse of Bethlehem, the father of King David; the original use of the family tree as a schematic representation of a genealogy. It originates in a passage in the Biblical Book of Isaiah which describes metaphorically the descent of the Messiah, and is accepted by Christians as referring to Jesus. The subject is often seen in Christian art, particularly in that of the Medieval period. The earliest example dates from the 11th century.
Answer: "Love has no other desire but to fulfill itself. To melt and belike a running brook that sings its melody to thenight. To wake at dawn with a winged heart and give thanks foranother day of loving"
Answer: The regrowth is from the rootstock and will eventually bear fruit. However, it will not be a honeybell tangelo, but some less desirable fruit such as a sour orange. To bear honeybells again, the tree will have to be grafted with that variety.