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Timothy K. Broschat

filled to a depth of 28 cm with medium-grade (14% less than 0.5 mm, 18% greater than 1.0 mm) acid-washed silica sand. This sand was prepared by rinsing thoroughly with tap water, soaking for 48 h in 1 N ammonium hydroxide, rinsing thoroughly with tap

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Yong Yang, Xueyong Liu, Yuanli Jiang, Zuoxiang Xiang, Qingguo Xu, Na Zhao, and Bichao Shu

the mixtures of sifted sand and organic fertilizers (decomposed swine manures) according to Figure 1 . The bottom of the PVC tubes was covered by a nylon membrane to prevent leaching. Fig. 1. Experimental design as follows. Polyvinylchloride tubes (9

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Timothy K. Broschat

). Fertilizer recommendations for deciduous trees or shrubs growing in loam or clay soils in temperate climates would not be expected to be appropriate for evergreen species growing in sand soils in subtropical climates such as that of peninsular Florida

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Ramsey Sealy, Michael R. Evans, and Craig Rothrock

among means. Effect of garlic extract on Pythium aphanidermatum in peat and sand-based root substrates. Calcitic lime was added to a commercially obtained sphagnum peat (Sun Gro Horticulture, Bellvue, Wash.) to adjust the initial pH to ≈5.5. An organic

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Lyn A. Gettys and Kimberly A. Moore

% organic matter (Timberline Top Soil; Oldcastle Lawn and Garden, Atlanta, GA)], sand [grain diameter 0.25–0.5 mm (Multi-Purpose Sand; Sakrete, Charlotte, NC)], or 50/50 (v/v) mix of topsoil and sand (hereafter “mix”). Before planting, 15N–3.9P–10K

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Youping Sun and Alyssa Lanae Palmer

shade throughout most of its range and is used as groundcover in shady areas ( Neill, 2007 ). Sand ryegrass is a bright blue, cool-season ornamental grass with straw-colored seed heads on stalks 8 to 12 inches above the foliage. It is a sand-loving grass

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Katrina J.M. Hodgson-Kratky, Olivier M. Stoffyn, and David J. Wolyn

the plants were mated randomly. Seed was saved from individuals to generate 100 half-sib families which constituted the C 0 population. Half-sib family recurrent selection. In 2012, the 100 C 0 half-sib families were planted on both sand and loam

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Luis A. Valdez-Aguilar, Catherine M. Grieve, and James Poss

6 Feb. 2007. Plugs of ‘French Vanilla’ (five plugs) ( Tagetes patula L.), ‘Yellow Climax’ (three plugs) ( Tagetes erecta L.), and ‘Flagstaff’ (three plugs) ( Tagetes erecta L.) were transplanted on 8 Mar. 2007 into each of 30 sand tanks containing

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Jacob S. Bravo, Thomas Okada Green, James R. Crum, John N. Rogers III, Sasha Kravchenko, and Charles A. Silcox

seeding and suppressed germination was seen in multiple weed species ( Brecke et al., 2005 ). Sand topdressing is a widely used cultural practice as research has shown its ability to increase playing surface firmness while also reducing the disease

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Pragati Shrestha and Jessica D. Lubell

habitats, we identified the following eight underused native shrubs as potential candidates for use as invasive plant alternatives: creeping sand cherry, elderberry, gray dogwood, highbush blueberry, round leaf dogwood, northern spicebush, sweetbells, and