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Hector Eduardo Pérez, Carrie Reinhardt Adams, Michael E. Kane, Jeffrey G. Norcini, Glenn Acomb, and Claudia Larsen

. Florida State Hort. Soc. 96 178 180 Marois, J.J. Norcini, J.G. 2003 Survival of black-eyed susan from different regional seed sources under low and high input systems HortTechnology 13 161 165 McCallister, D.L. Lee, D.J. Mason, S.C. 2005 Student numbers in

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Kelly M. Oates, Darren H. Touchell, and Thomas G. Ranney

The genus Rudbeckia (black-eyed Susan or coneflower) consists of ≈30 species, all of which are native to North America ( Armitage, 1997 ; Palmer et al., 2009 ). The genus includes annual, biennial, and perennial species ( Perdue, 1957

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Mengzi Zhang and Erik S. Runkle

, including black-eyed Susan ( Rudbeckia hirta ) and fuchsia ( Fuchsia hybrida ), were insensitive to a 4-h NI with FR alone at 1.3 to 1.6 μmol·m −2 ·s –1 ( Craig and Runkle, 2016 ). In SDPs, the flowering time of chrysanthemum, dahlia, and marigold exposed

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Helen E. Hammond, Richard K. Schoellhorn, Sandra B. Wilson, and Jeffrey G. Norcini

·L −1 ethephon similarly reduced growth of ‘White Swan’ coneflower ( Echinacea purpurea ), but did not control growth of ‘Goldsturm’ black-eyed susan ( Rudbeckia fulgida ), ‘Autumn Joy’ sedum ( Sedum ×), or ‘Floristan White’ gayfeather ( Liatris

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Robert F. Brzuszek, Richard L. Harkess, and Lelia Kelly

( Rhododendron spp.), oak-leafed hydrangea ( Hydrangea quercifolia ), purple cone flower ( Echinacea purpurea ), butterflyweed ( Asclepias spp.), iris ( Iris spp.), black-eye-susan ( Rudbeckia spp.), eastern redbud ( Cercis canadensis ), and flowering dogwood

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Orville C. Baldos, Joseph DeFrank, and Glenn Sakamoto

container-grown grasses such as pampas grass ( Cortaderia selloana ) and fountain grass [ Pennisetum setaceum ( Neal and Senesac, 1991 )] and wildflowers such as black-eyed Susan ( Rudbeckia hirta var. pulcherrima ) and blanketflower ( Gaillardia aristata

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Andrea R. Garfinkel and Karen L. Panter

://www.wrcc.dri.edu/narratives/WYOMING.htm > Wien, H.C. 2006 Growing black-eyed susan and sunflower out of season Growing for Market 15 17 18 Wien, H.C. 2007 Day-neutral sunflowers: Do they exist, and what difference does it make? Cut Flower Qrtly. 19 48 49 Wien, H.C. 2009a Daylength response of

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Carter M. Westerhold, Samuel Wortman, Kim Todd, and Douglas Golick

), trillium ( Trillium ), catmint ( Nepeta ), black-eyed susan ( Rudbeckia ), yarrow ( Achillea ), false indigo ( Baptisia ), boneset ( Eupatorium ), russian sage ( Perovskia ), sunflower ( Helianthus ), apple ( Malus ), beardtongue ( Penstemon ), mountain

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Daedre S. Craig and Erik S. Runkle

× hybrida ) ‘Wave Purple Classic’ and black-eyed susan ( Rudbeckia hirta ) ‘Becky Cinnamon Bicolor’ was significantly shorter when a 4-h NI was provided by compact FL lamps (R:FR = 8.5) than by INC lamps (R:FR = 0.6) ( Runkle et al., 2012 ). In our study

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Claudia Elkins and Marc W. van Iersel

space because their leaves are small relative to the size of the production space. For example, ‘Goldsturm’ black-eyed susan ( Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii ) seedlings sown in a 72-cell plug tray (20 × 10 inches) had a total canopy size of ≈15 cm