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P. Chris Wilson and Joseph P. Albano

estuaries of Chesapeake Bay Limnol. Oceanogr. 5 435 447 Goh, K.M. Haynes, R.J. 1977 Evaluation of potting media for commercial nursery production of container grown plants. 3. Effects of media, fertilizer nitrogen, and a nitrification inhibitor on soil

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Christopher S. Walsh, Julia M. Harshman, Anna E. Wallis, Amy Barton Williams, Michael J. Newell, and George R. (G.R.) Welsh

Coastal Plain east of the Chesapeake Bay. Soils at both sites are level, uniform, deep, and productive. The Keedysville soil series is Hagerstown Loam, while the soil at Wye is classified as a Mattapex-Butlerstown Silt Loam. Keedysville is located close to

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Edward W. Bush and Pamela B. Blanchard

alterniflora ). The Weeks Bay National Estuary Program runs similar plant nurseries in Baldwin County, AL, high schools (M. Sedlecky, L. Allen, M. Anderson, and J. Reeves, personal communication). The Maryland Department of Natural Resources and the Chesapeake

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Nicholas A. Pershey, Bert M. Cregg, Jeffrey A. Andresen, and R. Thomas Fernandez

at which nutrients can enter a water body ( EPA, 2011 ). The total average annual 10-year loads of N and P entering the Chesapeake Bay are 1.6 and 1.5 times higher than the 187 and 18 million pound caps for N and P ( CBF, 2010 ). As a result, since

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Richard O. Carey, George J. Hochmuth, Christopher J. Martinez, Treavor H. Boyer, Vimala D. Nair, Michael D. Dukes, Gurpal S. Toor, Amy L. Shober, John L. Cisar, Laurie E. Trenholm, and Jerry B. Sartain

affecting environmental quality. Schueler (2010) suggested that major reductions in runoff and nutrient loads could be achieved by changing attitudes about what constitutes an ideal lawn in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, where turfgrass covers ≈9.4% (1

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Josh B. Henry, Penelope Perkins-Veazie, Ingram McCall, and Brian E. Whipker

preference in new guinea impatiens HortTechnology 10 206 208 10.21273/HORTTECH.10.1.206 Boesch, D.F. Brinsfield, R.B. Magnien, R.E. 2001 Chesapeake Bay eutrophication J. Environ. Qual. 30 303 320 10.2134/jeq2001.302303x Boldt, J.K. 2013 Foliar anthocyanins in

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Xiang Cao, Darrell Bosch, and James Pease

obtain a healthy plant (water use productivity) is prompted by water scarcity in U.S. regions such as the West as well as by environmental concerns about agricultural runoff. Concern for water quality in the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries led the U

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Damon E. Abdi and R. Thomas Fernandez

-Cox, J.D. 2013 Water quality regulations in the Chesapeake Bay: Working to more precisely estimate nutrient loading rates and incentivize best management practices in the nursery and greenhouse industry HortScience 48 1097 1102 Majsztrik, J.C. Fernandez

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Scott E. Hygnstrom, Peter D. Skelton, Scott J. Josiah, Jason M. Gilsdorf, Dallas R. Virchow, James A. Brandle, Anil K. Jayaprakash, Kent M. Eskridge, and Kurt C. VerCauteren

the Chesapeake Bay watershed 82 86 Fifth North Amer. Conf Agroforestry, Cornell, NY (Abstr). Rose, J. Harder, J.D. 1985 Seasonal feeding habits of an enclosed high-density white-tailed deer herd in northern Ohio Ohio J. Sci. 85 184 190 Solutions 2000

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Catherine S. Fleming, Mark S. Reiter, Joshua H. Freeman, and Rory Maguire

Chesapeake Bay and tributaries leading to the bay, nitrate leaching and runoff are of great concern. Drip irrigation combined with polyethylene mulch is a common practice for commercially grown fresh market tomato in the mid-Atlantic United States. Drip