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Robert D. Wright, Brian E. Jackson, Michael C. Barnes, and Jake F. Browder

component to produce vinca ( Fain et al., 2008 ). Understanding the survival and landscape performance of plants grown in PTS is important before PTS can be used for landscape bedding plant production. Previous research describing the post-transplant

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Benjamin L. Green, Richard W. Harper, and Daniel A. Lass

researchers have speculated that nursery production methods may not significantly limit transplant survival and plant performance ( Levinsson, 2013 ). Factors like tree species selection ( Ferrini and Nicese, 2006 ), size ( Struve et al., 2000 ), transplant

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Tomás Martínez-Trinidad, W. Todd Watson, and Russell K. Book

Struve, D.K. 2009 Tree establishment: A review of some of the factors affecting transplant survival and establishment Arboriculture Urban For. 35 10 13 Struve, D.K. Burchfield, L. Maupin, C. 2000 Survival and growth of transplanted large- and small

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Ming Ding, Beibei Bie, Wu Jiang, Qingqing Duan, Hongmei Du, and Danfeng Huang

stresses such as low temperature and darkness, Fv/Fm is used for evaluating the postharvest quality of leafy vegetables and the transplanting survival of tree seedlings after removal from storage ( Ferrante and Maggiore, 2007 ; Perks et al., 2004 ). As

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without loss of effectiveness. Pre-dip bulb washing slightly reduced PGR effectiveness (i.e., yielding taller plants) by reducing the amount of liquid retained, and presumably absorbed, by the bulb. CONTAINER SIZE AND PLANTING ZONE INFLUENCE TRANSPLANT

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Rui Zhang, Fang-Ren Peng, Pan Yan, Fan Cao, Zhuang-Zhuang Liu, Dong-Liang Le, and Peng-Peng Tan

., 1986 ; Laiche, 1980 ; McCraw and Smith, 1998 ; Smith and Johnson, 1981 ; White and Payne, 1982 ) and growth regulator application ( Matta and Storey, 1981 ) can influence top growth and root branching and therefore increase transplant survival

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Bryan J. Peterson, Stephanie E. Burnett, and Olivia Sanchez

aeroponic roots produced new primary root growth that was thicker and with conspicuous fine roots. Although twice as many cuttings from the submist system survived to the end of the experiment, the P value for transplant survival was not significant

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Yuyu Wang, Faju Chen, Yubing Wang, Xiaoling Li, and Hongwei Liang

; Liu et al., 2004 ). Conclusion In vitro somatic embryo induction in T. sinensis was developed, which is a viable method for rapid propagation of this plant. The high somatic embryo induction and transplant survival rates suggest that this

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John W. Markham III, Dale J. Bremer, Cheryl R. Boyer, and Kenneth R. Schroeder

root growth is compromised during production, transplant survival and growth may later be negatively affected in the landscape ( Richardson-Calfee et al., 2010 ). Therefore, investigations into potentially heat-mitigating practices such as the use of

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Daniel Leskovar and Yahia Othman

Leskovar (2002) found that transplant preconditioning during the transplant stage could provide an adaptive mechanism to withstand weather shock in the field. However, transplant survival from all treatments was 100% when measured at 25 DAT (data not shown