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Matthew Chappell, Sue K. Dove, Marc W. van Iersel, Paul A. Thomas, and John Ruter

-based agricultural irrigation withdrawals, including specialty crop intensive areas such as the Chesapeake Bay watershed ( Lea-Cox and Ross, 2001 ) and Florida ( Beeson and Brooks, 2008 ). Further restrictions are predicted by researchers and commercial nursery

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Paul D. Gottlieb, Robin G. Brumfield, Raul I. Cabrera, Daniel Farnsworth, and Lucas Marxen

main focus is water quality outcomes. Cao et al. (2017) spotlight the ROI of the green marketing decision at recycling operations, leaving the broader discussion of their Chesapeake Bay area sample to other works ( Ferraro, 2015 ; Ferraro et al

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Yingqian Lin, Alexa R. Wilson, and Pascal Nzokou

nitrate contamination in the Chesapeake Bay region 79 82 Hargrove W.L. Cover crops for clean water Soil Water Conserv. Soc Ankeny, IA Casper, B.B. Jackson, R.B. 1997 Plant competition underground Annu. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 28 545 570 Costello, M.J. 2010 Growth

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Amanda Bayer, Imran Mahbub, Matthew Chappell, John Ruter, and Marc W. van Iersel

states such as California, Florida, North Carolina, Texas, and Oregon ( Beeson et al., 2004 ). Management of runoff from container nurseries is also facing stricter regulations in areas such as the Chesapeake Bay Watershed and California in efforts to

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Thomas Björkman and Stephen Reiners

beans because they dry first in the spring and, as former beaches, are often near P-sensitive salt water. Our previous survey (Björkman and Reiners) found several particularly high P sandy soils near the Chesapeake Bay. Thus, sandy high P soils near P

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Jacob H. Shreckhise, James S. Owen Jr., and Alex X. Niemiera

federal and state monitoring and regulation within impaired watersheds (e.g., the Chesapeake Bay Watershed and the Everglades Watershed). Thus, to preserve water quality or facilitate remediation of surface waters, agricultural nutrient management programs

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Lloyd L. Nackley, Elias Fernandes de Sousa, Bruno J.L. Pitton, Jared Sisneroz, and Lorence R. Oki

of daily reference evapotranspiration using the Hargreaves-Samani model and temperature forecasts Agr. Water Mgt. 136 42 51 Majsztrik, J.C. Lea-Cox, J.D. 2013 Water quality regulations in the Chesapeake Bay: Working to more precisely estimate nutrient

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Amy L. Shober, Andrew K. Koeser, Drew C. McLean, Gitta Hasing, and Kimberly K. Moore

fertilization of urban landscapes by passing a range of season- and/or formulation- specific fertilization bans (mainly for turfgrass) in areas with impaired water bodies that are linked to watersheds that have elevated nutrient loads (e.g., Chesapeake Bay, Gulf

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Jacob H. Shreckhise, James S. Owen Jr., Matthew J. Eick, Alexander X. Niemiera, James E. Altland, and Brian E. Jackson

developing sustainable substrates in nursery crop production Acta Hort. 1013 43 56 Boesch, D.F. Brinsfield, R.B. Magnien, R.E. 2001 Chesapeake Bay eutrophication: Scientific understanding, ecosystem restoration, and challenges for agriculture J. Environ. Qual

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Fei He, Tatiana Borisova, Kevin Athearn, Robert Hochmuth, and Charles Barrett

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 9 1097 1102 https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTSCI.48