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Panpan Meng, Ying Ge, Qianjin Cao, Jie Chang, Peng Pan, Chi Liu, Yijun Lu, and Scott X. Chang

. Materials and Methods The study was conducted in a greenhouse at Hangzhou Botanical Garden (120°16′E, 30°15′N), Zhejiang Province, located in eastern China. The three Lycoris species studied were L. chinensis, L. longituba , and L. sprengeri , all

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Binoy Babu, Gary Knox, Mathews L. Paret, and Francisco M. Ochoa-Corona

the diseases of roses, rose rosette disease has become the most devastating, causing economic losses to nurseries, landscapes, and gardeners ( Stanley, 2013 ). The disease affects many rose species and cultivars, and has become widespread in the north

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Alexandre Bosco de Oliveira, Wagner A. Vendrame, and Luciana Cardoso Nogueira Londe

experiment was performed in the greenhouse assessing the same treatments used for the in vitro experiment. Seeds were sown in 1-L plastic black pots containing a commercial garden soil used as substrate (Miracle-Gro ® Garden Soil All Purpose, NPK 0

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Madiha Zaffou and Benjamin L. Campbell

outlet on consumer preference and WTP for plants. Yue and Behe (2008) examined consumer choice of floral retail outlet and found that consumers purchasing foliage and garden plants were more likely to choose a box store. Furthermore, they found that box

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YanLing Zheng, GaoJuan Zhao, and HuanCheng Ma

) suggested that seeds of kapok were recalcitrant type, their classification was simply based on seed viability. The Seed Information Database [SID ( Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 2015 )] lists it as “probably orthodox.” In the wild, kapok grows to an average of

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Lucia E. Villavicencio, James A. Bethke, and Lea Corkidi

findings, the use of this technique can provide height control and shelf life extension (for the nursery grower), without causing adverse effects on garden performance, reducing fruit yield (for the consumer). However, trials must be conducted to determine

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Yushu Li, Zongda Xu, Weiru Yang, Tangren Cheng, Jia Wang, and Qixiang Zhang

[gerbera ( Gerbera hybrida )], OsSOC1 [rice ( Oryza sativa )], DOSOC1 [dendrobium orchid ( Dendrobium )], GmSOC1 [soybean ( Glycine max )], EgrSOC1 [lisianthus ( Eustoma grandiflorum )], Zm m ADS1 [maize ( Zea mays )], TrcMADS1 [trillium

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Xuan (Jade) Wu, Melinda J. Knuth, Charles R. Hall, and Marco A. Palma

above the single species. These findings are supported by consumer research regarding container garden preferences ( Mason et al., 2008 ), which also showed consumer preferences for multispecies. Baourakis et al. (2000) suggested that consumers value

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Kellie J. Walters, Allison A. Hurt, and Roberto G. Lopez

Foliage annuals are an increasingly important part of the U.S. floriculture industries’ $1.86 billion bedding and garden plant sector ( USDA, 2016 ). Unlike most bedding and garden plants, they are primarily grown for the aesthetic appeal of their

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Lívia Lopes Coelho, Amalia Fkiara, Kathryn Kuligowska Mackenzie, Renate Müller, and Henrik Lütken

Genome Biol. 16 192 Cardoso, J.C. Ono, E.O. Rodrigues, J.D. 2012 Gibberellic acid in vegetative and reproductive development of Phalaenopsis orchid hybrid genus Hort. Bras. 30 71 74 Chen, J. Henny, R.J. McConnell, D.B. Caldwell, R.D. 2003 Gibberellic