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Jingjing Yin, Nina L. Bassuk, Madeline W. Olberg, and Taryn L. Bauerle

Survivorship of high-quality landscape field-grown trees is a particular challenge as a result of differences in post-transplant recovery between species. During bare-root tree transplanting, a major part of the root system is severed, the tree is

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Amber N. Bates, Gerald M. Henry, and Cynthia B. McKenney

germination, hooker’s evening primrose must first be propagated in the greenhouse and transplanted into the field following maturation to the rosette stage ( Murphy et al., 1999 ). The presence of weeds in agricultural fields often increases the time and costs

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M. Lenny Wells

Establishing a pecan orchard can be an expensive and challenging endeavor. Eight years or more after transplant may be required for some cultivars to produce a harvestable yield. Rising input costs associated with fuel and fertilizer prices require

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Valérie Gravel, Martine Dorais, and Claudine Ménard

system as a result of high investment, high-quality transplants are required. Greenhouse transplants should have a good developmental balance between shoot and roots, high water use efficiency, and a high content of reserves that can be used in the first

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Abby B. Griffin, Amy N. Wright, Kenneth M. Tilt, and D. Joseph Eakes

Water is considered the most limiting factor in newly transplanted container plants ( Costello and Paul, 1975 ; Scheiber et al., 2007 ), and the most common cause of death among recently transplanted container-grown plants is water stress

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Orville C. Baldos, Joseph DeFrank, and Glenn Sakamoto

: 1) tolerance of newly transplanted plugs to pre-emergence herbicides and 2) tolerance of established plants to postemergence herbicides. The Kahoolawe seashore dropseed germplasm (no. 9079745) used for both studies was obtained from the Natural

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Christopher J. Biai, José G. Garzon, Jason A. Osborne, Jonathan R. Schultheis, Ronald J. Gehl, and Christopher C. Gunter

Transplanting of plug seedlings is the most common planting practice used for pepper production, because it improves stand establishment, shortens the field growing cycle, enhances earliness, and ultimately increases the yield and quality of

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Yuqi Li and Neil S. Mattson

no reports on the growth of petunia transplants in response to different commercially available substrates and their interaction with fertilizer regime. The objective of this study was to evaluate petunia growth and flowering in response to different

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Martin Makgose Maboko and Christian Phillipus Du Plooy

Direct seeding of hydroponically grown tomatoes ( Solanum lycorpersicum ) is not a common practice in South Africa, and most growers use transplants. Seedlings for hydroponic production of fresh market tomatoes are commonly transplanted at 6 to 7

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Daniel Leskovar and Yahia Othman

Transplant shock is very common in globe artichoke [ C. cardunculus (L.) var. scolymus L. (Fiori)] grown in semiarid regions of the United States, such as southwest Texas. High air temperatures and drought stress after transplanting can delay