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Paul M. Lyrene

flowers and fruit to confirm the hybridity of the plants, and gave no subsequent reports. Ballington (1980) obtained hybrid seedlings by pollinating flowers of four diploid Cyanococcus species ( Vaccinium atrococcum , Vaccinium caesariense , Vaccinium

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Chin-Mu Chen, Tzu-Yao Wei, and Der-Ming Yeh

normally below the anthers and takes up the shed pollen. Periwinkle is a self-compatible plant species. However, the receptive portion is mainly on the base of the stigmatic head and thus automatic intraflower self-pollination does not normally occur

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Elliot H. Norden, Paul M. Lyrene, and Jose X. Chaparro

parents was shed onto the fingernail and applied to the stigma of emasculated flowers. The goal was to pollinate at least 50 flowers per plant, but some plants chosen as females produced fewer than 50 flowers. Table 1. Results of crosses made in 2016 using

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Michelle M. Wisdom, Michael D. Richardson, Douglas E. Karcher, Donald C. Steinkraus, and Garry V. McDonald

entries, and neither study documented how these plants might affect other organisms in the system, such as beneficial pollinating insects. In highly managed turfgrass systems, many flowering bulbs may be unable to withstand basic lawn cultural practices

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Kristin L. Getter, Bridget K. Behe, and Heidi Marie Wollaeger

available plants in the floriculture industry. Although these species and cultivars may not be the best food source for bees and other pollinators, they are economically important to plant producers. In addition, commercial growers may be treating these

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Alan T. Whittemore and Alden M. Townsend

Plant material. Fourteen plants belonging to seven species were used as parents ( Table 1 ). A few pollinations were carried out in 1994, 1995, and 1998, but the bulk of seedlings discussed in this study were derived from crosses made in 1999

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Gina M. Angelella and Megan E. O’Rourke

Conservation cover (327): Maryland herbaceous plantings for pollinator habitat. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Washington, DC Oegema, T. Fletcher, R.A. 1972 Factors that influence dormancy in milkweed seeds Can. J. Bot. 50 713 718 Perry, L

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David M. Czarnecki II and Zhanao Deng

were completed to generate as many seeds (progeny) as possible for ploidy analysis: SP, OP, and controlled pollinations (CP). In SP, lantana plants in 11.4-L containers were grown in a greenhouse with double doors and a thrips-proof screen. Insecticides

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George E. Boyhan, Suzzanne Tate, Ryan McNeill, and Jeffrey McConnaughey

production may be possible. Breeding vegetables for organic production systems has been limited. Although there are many open-pollinated vegetable varieties, most commercial varieties have been developed for conventional production with an emphasis on F 1

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Geoffrey C. Denny, Michael A. Arnold, and Wayne A. Mackay

indicated beside the symbols. Table 1. Localities of 14 mother trees providing seeds of open-pollinated families of Taxodium distichum collected in the late summer and fall of 2003 used in alkalinity screenings. Seeds were planted on