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Smiljana Goreta, Daniel I. Leskovar, and John L. Jifon

establishment, particularly under high field evapotranspiration conditions, even with optimum irrigation regimes. Restricted water uptake can lead to sudden and severe plant water deficit, resulting in transplant shock ( Nitzsche et al., 1991 ). High air

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Genhua Niu, Denise S. Rodriguez, and Terri Starman

, respectively. Because mortality occurred at the beginning of the study, transplanting shock and salinity stress may both have contributed to plant death. No visual foliar damage was observed in any other species regardless of treatment in Expt. 1. Because the

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Susmitha Nambuthiri, Amy Fulcher, Andrew K. Koeser, Robert Geneve, and Genhua Niu

reduce the cleanup time required at installation. Plantable containers could eliminate root disruption and transplanting shock ( Khan et al., 2000 ). To function as claimed, it is imperative that plantable containers do in fact break down quickly once

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Lisa E. Richardson-Calfee, J. Roger Harris, and Jody K. Fanelli

sufficient moisture to drive maximum shoot extension ( Alvim and Alvim, 1978 ). The terms “planting check” ( Mullin, 1963 ) and “transplant shock” ( Watson, 1986 ) have been used to refer to periods of prolonged reductions of top growth, which are presumably

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Catherine A. Neal

and 2.3 cm in trunk diameter in 3 years. Despite the lack of measurable differences, visual observations indicated that field-grown trees were slower to establish and recover from transplant shock; i.e., wilting was noted only on field-grown trees

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Kenton W. Peterson, Robert C. Shearman, Roch E. Gaussoin, Garald L. Horst, and Walter H. Schacht

transplant shock with turfgrass color and quality loss after transplanting ( Giese et al., 1997 ). A similar response has been observed with buffalograss plugs, but prerooted plugs successfully avoid this problem ( Johnson et al., 1997 ). Difficulties in

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Byron L. Candole, Patrick J. Conner, and Pingsheng Ji

to fruit set ( Table 1 ). Plants did not survive to fruit set primarily as a result of latent infections with P. capsici , transplant shock resulting from repotting after scoring roots, poor adaptation to greenhouse culture, and the long times needed

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Jeff S. Kuehny, Matt Taylor, and Michael R. Evans

have advantages over plastic containers by reducing transplant shock and transplanting time, air pruning roots, quicker establishment of finished plants, and their ability to biodegrade ( Khan et al., 2000 ). However, peat containers may have

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Monica Ozores-Hampton, K.E. Cushman, F. Roka, and R.D. French-Monar

the storm, new growth was observed at plant apexes and after 8 d plants had produced new leaf growth sufficient to cover almost all evidence of injury. In contrast, replanted seedlings took more than 2 weeks to recover from transplant shock and show

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Geoffrey M. Weaver and Marc W. van Iersel

.R. Abrams, S.R. 2005a Abscisic acid analogs reduce transplant shock in tomato seedlings J. Veg. Sci. 11 41 56 Sharma, N. Waterer, D.R. Abrams, S.R. 2005b Uptake, movement, activity, and persistence of an abscisic acid analog (8′ acetylene ABA methyl ester