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Kathryn Fontenot, Edward Bush, and Rebecca Gravois

arboretums and botanical gardens, the turf industry, hobby gardeners, elementary through high school educators and students, and consumers of all horticulture crops. Urban horticulture, public gardening, and the Farm to Fork movement have increased in

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Gina Zirkle, Rattan Lal, and Bruce Augustin

turfgrass operations are not well documented. Therefore, farm operation energy conversions were used in this model. Turfgrass operations were assumed to be similar to farm land operations in terms gasoline emissions from maintenance equipment, supplemental

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Lucy K. Bradley, Bridget K. Behe, Natalie R. Bumgarner, Charlotte D. Glen, Joseph L. Donaldson, Ellen M. Bauske, Sheri Dorn, and Gail Langellotto

different from the focus of many horticulture extension professionals who work directly on enhancing production or lowering crop or animal loss for agricultural business, including farms, nurseries, landscapers, and service industries. Extension

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Lauri M. Baker, Cheryl R. Boyer, Hikaru H. Peterson, and Audrey E.H. King

suggested that Amazon could potentially do very well in the horticulture marketplace ( Beytes, 2016 ). At the time, products available were primarily seeds, with increasing sales in the “Fresh Flowers & Live Indoor Plants” category. Perennials, herbs and a

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Susan S. Barton and Bridget K. Behe

al., 2015 ), including the production and sale of outdoor nursery stock, indoor-potted plants and floral items, cut flowers, fertilizer-lime-chemicals-and other soil treatments, lawn and garden equipment and tools, materials used in landscaping or

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László Szalay, Béla Timon, Szilvia Németh, János Papp, and Magdolna Tóth

twigs as well ( Guerriero, 1982 ; Hatch and Walker, 1969 ; Hewett, 1976 ; Layne and Gadsby, 1995 ; Miranda et al., 2005 ; Proebsting and Mills, 1978 ; Quamme, 1974 ; Szabó, 1992 ; Werner et al., 1993 ). Farm experience shows that during dormancy

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Benjamin L. Campbell and William Steele

responsibilities Public Health Nutr. 17 2061 2070 Gould, B.W. Saupe, W.E. Klemme, R.M. 1989 Conservation tillage: The role of farm and operator characteristics and the perception of soil erosion Land Econ. 65 167 182 Home Depot 2016 How Home Depot’s addressing

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Yu-Wei Liu and Chen-Kang Huang

plants, p. 851–858. Proc. 6th European Symp. on Space Environmental Control Systems, Noorwijk, The Netherlands, 20–22 May 1997. (ESA SP-400, August 1997) Despommier, D. 2009 The rise of vertical farms Sci. Amer. 301 5 80 87 Engineering ToolBox 2006 Pump

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Joshua Knight, Dewayne L. Ingram, and Charles R. Hall

that the daily water use may be 30% to 70% less depending on the crop ( Warsaw et al., 2009 ). Outdoor and indoor irrigation would be pumped from a series of retention ponds with chlorine injection to yield 1–2 ppm free chlorine at the emitter. Runoff

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Marc W. van Iersel and David Gianino

The greenhouse industry, including floriculture and greenhouse vegetables, is an important part of U.S. agriculture, with a 2012 farm gate value of ≈$6.5 billion ( U.S. Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service, 2014 ). Crop