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Bridget K. Behe, Jennifer H. Dennis, Charles R. Hall, Alan W. Hodges, and Robin G. Brumfield

Statistics Service, 2007a ). Floral crops included bedding and garden plants ($1.79 bn), potted flowering plants ($630 mn), potted herbaceous perennials ($507 mn), foliage plants ($543 mn), cut flowers ($411 mn), propagation materials ($363 mn), flowering

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Benjamin Paskus, Patrick Abeli, and Randolph Beaudry

an LPS room. LPS has not been widely used in the United States. In fact, the authors are aware of its commercial use as a permanent installation in only one facility (JA Flower Services, Miami, FL) for the temporary storage of imported floral crops

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Christina M. Twardowski, Jaime L. Crocker, John R. Freeborn, and Holly L. Scoggins

40 1504 1506 Scoggins, H.L. 2006 Cutting propagation of perennials, p. 173–185. In: J. Dole and J. Gibson (eds.). Cutting propagation of floral crops. Ball Publishing, Batavia, IL. Zerche, F. Druege, U. 2009 Nitrogen content determines adventitious

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Wei-Ting Tsai and Chien-Young Chu

Phalaenopsis and Doritaenopsis , hybrids between Phalaenopsis and Doritis , are collectively referred to as Phalaenopsis , the major floral crop in Taiwan for exporting. Asymbiotic culture on an agar-solidified medium is the main method

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Medani Omer, James C. Locke, and Jonathan M. Frantz

species associated with greenhouse floral crops in Pennsylvania Plant Dis. 86 1227 1231 Nobel, P.S. 1991 Physiochemical and environmental plant physiology Academic Press San Diego Stephens, C.T. Powell, C.C. 1982 Pythium species causing damping-off of

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Christopher J. Currey and John E. Erwin

biosynthesis and other metabolic pathways Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 51 501 531 Rauh, W. 1995 Succulent and xerophytic plants of Madagascar, Vol. II. Strawberry Press, Mill Valley, CA Roh, M.S. Lawson, R.H. 1998 Requirements for new floral crops

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Andrea R. Garfinkel and Karen L. Panter

sunflowers. Dept. of Hort., Cornell Univ. Ithaca, NY Wien, H.C. 2009b Floral crop production in high tunnels HortTechnology 19 56 60 Wien, H.C. 2012a Cut flower cultural practice studies and variety trials, 2012. Dept. of Hort., Cornell Univ. Ithaca, NY Wien

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Edgar L. Vinson III, Floyd M. Woods, Joseph M. Kemble, Penelope Perkins-Veazie, Angela Davis, and J. Raymond Kessler

cultivar on mini triploid watermelon yield and fruit quality HortTechnology 19 53 57 Wien, H.C. 2009 Floral crop production in high tunnels HortTechnology 19 56 60 Young, T.E. Juvik, J

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Margaret M. Saska, Yulia A. Kuzovkina, and Robert M. Ricard

been recognized ( Armitage and Laushman, 2003 ; Greer and Dole, 2008 ). However, woody floral crops have received little formal research attention to determine the best cultural practices for optimal yields ( Josiah et al., 2004 ). Willow is among the

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Carey Grable, Joshua Knight, and Dewayne L. Ingram

-through (week 12), the pH in arbovitae averaged 6.3 while pH of japanese spirea averaged 7.5. Alteration of rhizosphere pH has been reported in several crop plants, including floral crops, and has been explained by the differential uptake of cations/anions and