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Ahmad Hassan, Chen Qibing, Jiang Tao, Lv Bing-Yang, Li Nian, Shu Li, Li Yu Tng, Jun Zhuo Li, Shang Guan Ziyue, and Muhammad Sohaib Tahir

.H. Severson, R.L. Ruckert, J.H. 2009 The human relation with nature and technological nature Curr. Dir. Psychol. Sci. 18 37 42 Kaplan, R. 2001 The nature of the view from home Environ. Behav. 33 507 542 Katcher, A.H. Beck, A.M. 1987 Health and caring for

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Hui He, Tingting Li, Fan Zhou, Qianjun Yang, Luyun Hu, and Yanwei Yu

). Horticultural therapy is used in different health care and hospital settings in the world, such as nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, psychiatric hospitals, and prisons. It has been shown to have positive effects on mental disorders [e.g., schizophrenia

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Choong-Ki Lee, Sin-Ae Park, James W. Mjelde, Tae-Kyun Kim, and Jae-Hwan Cho

Horticultural therapy (HT) is the use of gardening-related activities to help achieve treatment and rehabilitation goals ( American Horticultural Therapy Association, n.d. ). Gardening benefits include improved physical and psychosocial health

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Kim D. Bowman and Greg McCollum

application changed to twice per year (at the same rate of N per year), and was supplemented with a complete foliar nutritional to improve health of the HLB-affected trees ( Spann and Schumann, 2010 ). The foliar nutritional was applied by low-volume sprayer

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Togo M. Traore, Deacue Fields, Floyd M. Woods, Amy N. Wright, Kenneth M. Tilt, Weidong Ke, and Yiman Liu

for the southeastern United States ( Orozco-Obando, 2012 ; Tian, 2008 ; Tian et al., 2008 , 2009a , 2009b ; Wang, 2014 ). Several studies indicate consumer willingness to pay a premium for functional foods with expectations of potential health

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Jason Ernest Elvin Dampier, Richard W. Harper, Ashley McElhinney, and Eric Biltonen

than 5 years ( McClure, 1987 ; Radville et al., 2011 ). Although HWA is arguably the most important eastern hemlock pest, other insects not considered in this study may also play an important role in overall plant health, including elongate hemlock

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Mary H. Meyer, Douglas Needham, John Dole, Brain Trader, Jennifer Fox, Marnie Conley, Michael Neff, and Jean Shaw

through Oct. 2014 ( ASHS, 2014 ) and was removed in early 2015. The online survey consisted of four open-ended questions: 1) Why should the general public care about horticulture? 2) What do you consider to be the biggest challenges facing the horticulture

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Julie Campbell, Alicia Rihn, and Hayk Khachatryan

Follett, 2002 ), which potentially slows climate change ( Lal, 2004 ). Turfgrass also reduces surface and ambient air temperatures, enhances the capture of water runoff, reduces soil erosion, improves soil health, decreases pests and pollens, lowers fire

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Taina Laaksoharju and Erja Rappe

. 2004 Exercise: A neglected intervention in mental health care? J. Psychiatric Mental Nursing 11 476 483 Cobb, E. 1977 The ecology of imagination in childhood Routledge London Cooper Marcus, C. Barnes, M. 1995 Gardens in healthcare facilities: Uses

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Manuela Vega-Zamora, Francisco José Torres-Ruiz, and Manuel Parras-Rosa

., 2013 ), whereas others conclude that the motives for consuming this type of food are basically egoistic—related to health, food safety, or the quality or flavor of the food ( Aygen, 2012 ; Chen, 2009 ; Petrescu et al., 2017 ; Verain et al., 2015