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Ritu Dhir, Richard L. Harkess, and Guihong Bi

inhibited as a result of elevated air temperatures or bleaching. Literature Cited Albano, J.P. Miller, W.B. Halbrooks, M.C. 1996 Iron toxicity stress causes bronze speckle, a specific physiological disorder of marigold ( Tagetes erecta L.) J. Amer. Soc

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Kristin L. Getter, Bridget K. Behe, and Heidi Marie Wollaeger

traditional insect management practices,” respectively. Among the plant species, verbena ( Verbena × hybrida ) was preferred more than moss rose ( Portulaca grandiflora ), whereas marigold ( Tagetes erecta ) and salvia ( Salvia splendens ) were equally

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Shuyang Zhen and Stephanie E. Burnett

dry weight and leaf area to plant height, increased linearly with increasing θ ( Fig. 4A and B ). van Iersel and Nemali (2004) reported that African marigold ( Tagetes erecta ) was smaller but less compact when grown at decreasing moisture levels

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Stephanie E. Burnett and Marc W. van Iersel

area/height; Burnett et al., 2005 ). However, marigolds ( Tagetes erecta . L.) grown at lower water contents are smaller but less compact ( van Iersel and Nemali, 2004 ). Other plants, including lantana ( Lantana camara L.) and cardinal flower

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Jeff S. Kuehny, Matt Taylor, and Michael R. Evans

) that are composed of pressed wood pulp and a minimum of 74% recycled paper, with at least 37% post-consumer recycled (on dry weight basis) ( Fig. 1 ). Growth of marigold ( Tagetes erecta ), vinca, impatiens, geranium, and tomato ( Solanum lycopersicum

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Megan J. Bowman, David K. Willis, and Philipp W. Simon

)], maize [ Zea mays ( Buckner et al., 1996 ; Harjes et al., 2008 ; Vallabhaneni and Wurtzel, 2009 )], and marigold [ Tagetes erecta ( Moehs et al., 2001 )]. Of these previously studied plant species, none contributes as much to overall provitamin A

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Lee Ann Moccaldi and Erik S. Runkle

al. (2005) reported that increasing the DLI from 5 to 43 mol·m −2 ·d −1 during the finish stage accelerated flowering (by <5 d) in Salvia coccinea L., but Tagetes erecta L. flowered at a similar time under a DLI of 19 or 43 mol·m −2 ·d −1 ; node

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Michael W. Olszewski, Marion H. Holmes, and Courtney A. Young

during periods of drought ( Johnson and Leah, 1990 ). Potassium propenate propenamide copolymer-based hydrogel amendments delayed wilting during drought conditions for marigold ( Tagetes erecta ) and zinnia ( Zinnia elegans ) following incorporation into

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Claudia Elkins and Marc W. van Iersel

( Li and Kubota, 2009 ; Park and Runkle, 2017 ; Yang et al., 2012 ). Mah et al. (2018) reported a quadratic response of SLA of ‘Antigua Orange’ marigold ( Tagetes erecta ) to supplemental far-red light intensity, while the SLA of ‘Duvet Red’ petunia

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Joseph P. Albano

Growing conditions. Marigold ( Tagetes erecta , ‘First Lady’) seeds were sown in six-cell grow-packs (40 cm 3 per cell) containing a moistened soilless peat-based medium (Fafard 4P; Conrad Fafard, Inc., Agawam, MA). Seeds germinated 2 to 3 d after sowing