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R.G. Linderman and E.A. Davis

://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/pub/php/research/2004/pramorum >. Parke, J.L. Linderman, R.G. Osterbauer, N.K. Griesbach, J.A. 2004 Detection of Phytophthora ramorum blight in Oregon nurseries and completion of Koch's postulates on Pieris, Rhododendron, Viburnum , and Camellia Plant Dis. 88 87

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Carlee Steppe, Sandra B. Wilson, Zhanao Deng, Keri Druffel, and Gary W. Knox

today ( International Plant Names Index, 2015 ). The genus refers to the original Latin name for ViburnumViburnum lantana ,” having a similar inflorescence structure. The specific epithet is derived from Montevideo, Uruguay, where the plant was

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Dilma Daniela Silva, Michael E. Kane, and Richard C. Beeson Jr.

that shoot dry mass was reduced 34% for Pittosporum tobira ‘Variegata’ and 73% for Viburnum odoratissimum by 7- vs. 2-d irrigation cycles. Shoot dry mass was reduced 70% when Cercidium floridum Benth. Ex A. Gray was irrigated on a 10- vs. 2-d

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Scott R. Kalberer, Rajeev Arora, Norma Leyva-Estrada, and Stephen L. Krebs

stages of dehardening. The rehardening capacity declined as endodormancy became shallower in both Viburnum plicatum Thunb. ( Irving and Lanphear, 1967 ) and Scots pine ( Pinus sylvestris L.) ( Leinonen et al., 1997 ). The difference in rehardening

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Tom Yeager, Jeff Million, Claudia Larsen, and Bob Stamps

. Martin, C. Castro, B. 1988 Container spacing treatments influence temperature fluctuations and holly growth Proc. Florida State Hort. Soc. 101 328 331 Irmak, S. 2005 Crop evapotranspiration and crop coefficients of Viburnum odoratissimum (Ker

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

spruce), and Cercis canadensis L. (redbud); and 0.9-m Judd viburnum ( Viburnum × juddi Rehder); and a 0.6-m ‘Densiformis’ yew ( Taxus × media Rehder) shrubs were reported to have propagation-to-landscape CF of 20.9 (adjusted for more inclusive fuel

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Eric T. Stafne and Barbara J. Smith

.L. 2004 Measurement and analysis of growth and stress parameters of Viburnum odoratissimum (Ker-gawl) grown in a multi-pot box system HortScience 39 1445 1455 doi: 10.21273/HORTSCI.39.6.1445 Lockwood, D. 1999 Pruning blueberries. Univ. Tennessee Agr. Ext

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Amy L. Shober, Geoffrey C. Denny, and Timothy K. Broschat

), japanese pittosporum ( Pittosporum tobira ), and sweet viburnum ( Viburnum odorotissimum ), in central Florida. Plants received 3 L of water per irrigation event, which was delivered through a microirrigation system. Results of this study suggested that

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S.M. Scheiber and Richard C. Beeson, Jr

photinia ( Photina × fraseri ), sweet viburnum ( Viburnum odoratissimum ), japanese privet ( Ligustrum japonicum ), and indian hawthorn ( Rhaphiolepis indica ), as well as field production of spinach ( Spinacea oleracea ) and spring wheat ( Triticum

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Matthew R. Chappell, Sarah A. White, Amy F. Fulcher, Anthony V. LeBude, Gary W. Knox, and Jean-Jacques B. Dubois

.), shrub rose ( Rosa sp.), blueberry ( Vaccinium sp.), and viburnum ( Viburnum sp.). Each chapter also provided comprehensive information on the species, cultivars available, and cultural information deemed valuable to nursery production based on