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Carolyn F. Scagel, Guihong Bi, David R. Bryla, Leslie H. Fuchigami, and Richard P. Regan

cultivar and increased growth in the two evergreen cultivars. Increasing irrigation frequency in containers decreased water stress in containers ( Scagel et al., 2011 ) and altered nutrient uptake in containers ( Scagel et al., 2012 ). The effects of

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Tongyin Li, Guihong Bi, Richard L. Harkess, Geoffrey C. Denny, and Carolyn Scagel

) and decrease uptake of phosphorus (P), potassium (K), boron (B), and zinc (Zn) in Rhododendron species ( Scagel et al., 2011 , 2012 ). When the same total amount of irrigation water was delivered through more than one irrigation event, it decreased

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Matteo Brecchia, Enrico Buscaroli, Martina Mazzon, Sonia Blasioli, and Ilaria Braschi

Ca, Cu, and Pb, their considerably higher average uptake assessed during Time 2 with respect to Time 1 was not supported by a proportional increase of their total and potentially bioavailable input to the soil-crop system through irrigation water and

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M. Kate Lee and Marc W. van Iersel

irrigation water has high salinity, the salt may precipitate on the leaves as the water evaporates. This in turn can result in foliar uptake and phytotoxicity ( Bailey et al., 1999 ). The irrigation water may also cause salt to accumulate in the substrate

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Christy T. Carter and Catharine M. Grieve

, the uptake of Ca 2+ in snapdragons was unaffected by increasing Na + up to 14 dS·m −1 (98.7 m m ). Additionally, we found that Ca 2+ concentrations were higher in plant tissues irrigated with SWD when compared with those irrigated with CCRW water

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Yun Kong and Youbin Zheng

significantly different at P ≤ 0.05 according to Duncan’s new multiple range test. Table 1. Biomass accumulation, marketable yield, and water use efficiency in S. glauca grown in hydroponic solutions with different NaCl concentrations. Sodium uptake. At the

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Francisco M. del Amor and María D. Gómez-López

had three plants with three self-compensating, 4-L·h −1 drip emitters. Each plastic bag (≈40 L) was filled with the appropriate substrate. Climatic measurements, water uptake, and water use efficiency. The greenhouse temperature was recorded by a

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Shinsuke Agehara and Daniel I. Leskovar

Vegetable seedlings often suffer transient water stress after transplanting. This so-called transplant shock is caused by the imbalance between water uptake and transpiration. In newly transplanted seedlings, water uptake is reduced because of root

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Jeb S. Fields, James S. Owen Jr., and Holly L. Scoggins

.1536) between optimal production K (Ψ = −75 hPa) and measured K s for bark-based substrates ( Fields, 2017 ). This is due to K being a limiting factor for water uptake by roots in soilless substrates ( Raviv et al., 1999 ) and field soils ( Campbell and

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Ryan W. Dickson and Paul R. Fisher

Nutrient availability for plant uptake is affected by root zone pH, especially in the case of metal micronutrients such as Fe 2+ and Mn 2+ , which decrease in solubility as pH increases ( Lindsay, 1979 ; Peterson, 1981 ). Several factors interact