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Lori D. Calhoun, William S. Conway, and Carl E. Sams

108 POSTER SESSION (Abstr. 629–636) Nutrition–Vegetables and Herbs

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M. Rawgappa, H.L. Bhardwaj, A.I. Mohamed, M.E. Showhda, and M.E. Kraemer

176 POSTER SESSION 24 (Abstr. 860-869) Herbs

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Bhimanasgouda S. Patill, Nagappa C. Hulamani, and Umesh C. Nalawadi

148 POSTER SESSION 25 Growth & Development & Propagation/Fruits, Vegetables, & Herbs

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Preston K. Andrews and Margaret L. Collier

148 POSTER SESSION 25 Growth & Development & Propagation/Fruits, Vegetables, & Herbs

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Thomas Bjorkman and Karen Pearson

148 POSTER SESSION 25 Growth & Development & Propagation/Fruits, Vegetables, & Herbs

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Enrique Troyo-Diguez and Federico Salinas-Zavala

142 POSTER SESSION 24 Culture & Management/Vegetable Crops & Herbs

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Liu Runjin, Xu Kun, and Liu Pengqi

148 POSTER SESSION 25 Growth & Development & Propagation/Fruits, Vegetables, & Herbs

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Cathy Sabota

142 POSTER SESSION 24 Culture & Management/Vegetable Crops & Herbs

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Christopher J. Currey, Vincent C. Metz, Nicholas J. Flax, Alex G. Litvin, and Brian E. Whipker

Whether used as bedding plants or as indoor containerized plants, live culinary herbs are a popular containerized plant. It is important to control shoot growth to produce plants sized proportionally to containers for aesthetic appearance and to

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Alexander G. Litvin, Christopher J. Currey, and Lester A. Wilson

Culinary herbs are used globally as ingredients in cuisine and as therapeutic components in medications [ Cook and Samman, 1996 ; U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), 2011 ]. Herbs such as basil ( Ocimum basilicum ), dill ( Anethum graveolens