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Ursula K. Schuch, Jack J. Kelly, and Trent Teegerstrom

irrigation technologies for container-grown Viburnum odoratissimum Acta Hort. 664 309 315 Hodges, A.W. Haydu, J.J. 2001 Market analysis of the capillary mat irrigation technology for wholesale nurseries in the southeastern United States Proc. South. Nursery

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Diane Feliciano Cayanan, Mike Dixon, Youbin Zheng, and Jennifer Llewellyn

observed for the LA, leaf dry weight, stem dry weight, total aboveground dry weight, height, and spread. None of the growth parameters of the remaining deciduous shrubs ( Syringa , Weigela , Spiraea , and Viburnum ) and all of the evergreen shrubs

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Wenhao Dai and Cielo Castillo

on plant regeneration of Rubus and Juncus accuminatus ( Fiola et al., 1990 ; Sarma and Rogers, 1998 ). Our other research results on several species, including aspen, birch, chokecherry, periwinkle, and viburnum, showed that the effect of dark

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Michael A. Schnelle

U.S. ornamentals industry and abroad were collected such as Viburnum , Jasminum , Berberis , Primula , Cotoneaster , Deutzia , Clematis , Euonymus , Acer , and Arisaema in 2001 (Edinburgh Nepal Expedition in 2001). Approximately 6000

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John J. Haydu, Alan. W. Hodges, and Charles R. Hall

, R.C. Caron, J. 2004 Economic analysis of five irrigation technologies for container-grown Viburnum odoratissimum Acta Hort. 664 309 316 Haydu, J.J. Hodges, A.W. Hall, C.R. 2006

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Dewayne L. Ingram, Charles R. Hall, and Joshua Knight

field-grown Cercis canadensis L. ‘Forest Pansy’ using life cycle assessment J. Environ. Hort. 31 3 169 176 Ingram, D.L. Hall, C.R. 2014a Carbon footprint and related production costs of system components for a field-grown Viburnum × juddi using life

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Ryan S. Donahoo and Kurt H. Lamour

. Bayyen, R.P. 2001 Phytophthora ramorum sp. nov., a new pathogen on Rhododendron and Viburnum Mycol. Res. 105 1155 1165 Yamak, F. Peever, T.L. Grove, G.G. Boal, R.J. 2002 Occurrence and

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Rajeev Arora and Lisa J. Rowland

capacity of certain azalea genotypes declined with greater fulfillment of chilling requirements (winter progression). Similarly, a study with Viburnum L. has shown that dormant plants exhibited greater RA capacity of 6 to 11 °C in midwinter compared with

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S. Christopher Marble, Andrew K. Koeser, and Gitta Hasing

bumalda ‘Goldflame’, Weigela florida ‘Java red’, Taxus·media ‘Runyan’, Thuja occidentalis ‘Golden Globe’, Hydrangea paniculata ‘Tardiva’, Viburnum dentatum ‘Synnestvedt’, and Viburnum trilobum ‘Compactum’). All mulch materials provided

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Rebecca L. Turk, Helen T. Kraus, Ted E. Bilderback, William F. Hunt, and William C. Fonteno

garden filter bed substrate in North Carolina. Plant material. Species evaluated included trees ( Betula and Magnolia ), shrubs ( Viburnum and Itea ), herbaceous perennials ( Helianthus and Eupatorium ), a grass ( Panicum ), and a rush ( Juncus