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Keng Heng Chang, Rung Yi Wu, Geng Peng Chang, Ting Fang Hsieh, and Ren Shih Chung

similar to that reported by Dufour and Guérin (2005 ) who reported an N concentration of 63 mg·L −1 in mixed substrate (pouzzolane and wood chips). However, other studies have suggested that Anthurium flower yield is unaffected by the supplied N

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Nicholas J. Flax, Christopher J. Currey, James A. Schrader, David Grewell, and William R. Graves

.G. Jackson, B.E. Whipker, B.E. Fonteno, W.C. 2016 Paclobutrazol drench activity not affected in sphagnum peat-based substrates amended with pine wood chip aggregates HortTechnology 26 156 163 Schrader, J.A. Srinivasan, G. Grewell, D. McCabe, K.G. Graves, W

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Brian E. Jackson, Robert D. Wright, and Nazim Gruda

with peatmoss on pH and the growth of two pH-sensitive greenhouse crops. Materials and Methods Pine tree substrate was produced from trees harvested and delimbed on 19 Feb. 2007, chipped on 20 Feb. to 2.5 cm × 2.5 cm × 0.25-cm wood chips, and

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Muhammad Mansoor Javaid, Manish Bhan, Jodie V. Johnson, Bala Rathinasabapathi, and Carlene A. Chase

Phytochemistry 13 1626 1627 Pilbeam, D.J. Bell, E.A. 1979 A reappraisal of the free amino acids in seeds of Crotalaria juncea (Leguminosae) Phytochemistry 18 320 321 Rathinasabapathi, B. Ferguson, J. Gal, M. 2005 Evaluation of allelopathic potential of wood

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Héctor Germán Rodríguez, Jennie Popp, Michael Thomsen, Heather Friedrich, and Curt R. Rom

emergence, plants received annual fertilization with an approved organic nutrient source (2-kg composted poultry litter per row, 2.20% nitrogen w/w), were mulched with wood chips to a depth of ≈10 cm and a row width of 1 m for competitive vegetation

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H.F. Abouziena, O.M. Hafez, I.M. El-Metwally, S.D. Sharma, and M. Singh

, fruit size and potassium content in the apple leaves increased with increasing organic mulches ( Pedersen, 1999 ). However, organic mulches, especially wood chips, were ineffective in controlling perennial weeds, whereas the most effective was plastic

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Bernadine C. Strik and Amanda J. Davis

have a positive effect on yield in some cases ( Neilsen et al., 2003 ; Strik et al., 2017a ). However, black weed mat absorbs heat, resulting in increased soil temperatures compared with soil mulched with sawdust or wood chips ( Cox, 2009 ; Larco

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Sabrina J. Ruis, Humberto Blanco-Canqui, Ellen T. Paparozzi, and Russ Zeeck

. Potential alternatives include coconut ( Cocos nucifera L.) fibers (coir), composts, rice ( Oryza sativa L.) hulls, wood chips, biochar, and others ( Abad et al., 2002 ; Alvarez et al., 2017 ; Buck and Evans, 2010 ; Barrett et al., 2016 ; Margenot et

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George Kargas, Nikolaos Ntoulas, and Panayiotis A. Nektarios

, Greece) had a particle distribution of 0.25 to 5 mm. The compost was composed of straw, sawdust, yard waste (clippings and wood chips) and dairy cow, horse and chicken manure and had a pH of 8.6 and an EC of 5 dS·m −1 . Peat was a sphagnum peat with an

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Nicolas Gruyer, Martine Dorais, Gérald J. Zagury, and Beatrix W. Alsanius

compared: 1) wetland units receiving a simple source of C [AWS (2 g·L −1 of sucrose)]; 2) wetland units receiving a complex source of C [AWC (60% w/w of organic materials, dry weight: 10% of maple wood chips, 20% of sawdust from P.W.I. Industries, St