Physical Properties of Media Composed of Peanut Hulls, Pine Bark, and Peatmoss and their Effects on Azalea Growth1

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Received for publication Sept. 2, 1981. Paper No. 7063 of the Journal Series of the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service, Raleigh, NC.

The use of trade names does not imply endorsement by the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service of the products named or criticism of similar ones not mentioned. Partially funded by a grant from the Fred C. Gloeckner Foundation, Inc. The authors wish to express appreciation to Harold Lee, Fairview Nursery, Wilson, N.C., for contribution of peanut hulls, Kamlar Corporation, Rocky Mount, N.C. for contribution of pine bark, and Sierra Chemical Company, Milpitas, Calif, for contribution of Osmocote.

The cost of publishing this paper was defrayed in part by the payment of page charges. Under postal regulations, this paper therefore must be hereby marked advertisement solely to indicate this fact.

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Special Student, Present address: Johnson Nursery, Route 2, Willard, NC 28478.

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