Handlight sentence example

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  • Increase by suckers, layers, and ripe autumn cuttings rooted under a handlight in sandy soil.
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  • Cuttings, if secured with a heel attached when quite young and inserted without further ado in sandy soil in a handlight, root freely in early summer.
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  • In the case of a dwarf bulb of this kind flowering so early, a handlight or bell-glass is simply placed over the clump on the approach of a storm, taking the cover off when all danger is past.
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  • In damp localities place a handlight over the plants at the flowering season, but so arranged as to allow free admission of air.
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