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Lee Ann Moccaldi and Erik S. Runkle

DLI is consistent with data for several other greenhouse crops, including wax begonia ( Begonia × semperflorens-cultorum L.), campanula, celosia, hibiscus ( Hibiscus radiatus Cav.), impatiens, marigold, pansy, petunia, vinca ( Catharanthus roseus L

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Wook Oh, Erik S. Runkle and Ryan M. Warner

hastened flowering in vinca [ Catharanthus roseus (L.) G. Don.; Pietsch et al., 1995 ], petunia ( Petunia × hybrida Vilm.-Andr.; Kaczperski et al., 1991 ), and eight other bedding plants ( Faust et al., 2005 ). Vinca grown under the average DLI of 18

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Cheryl R. Boyer, Glenn B. Fain, Charles H. Gilliam, Thomas V. Gallagher, H. Allen Torbert and Jeff L. Sibley

high in treatments containing CCR and 4:1 PB:PM. No toxicity or deficiency symptoms were observed. Fain and Gilliam (2006) reported increased foliar Mn in vinca ( Catharanthus roseus ) grown in WholeTree (ground up entire shoot portion of the tree

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Matthew Chappell, Sue K. Dove, Marc W. van Iersel, Paul A. Thomas and John Ruter

-moisture-sensor-based control system (hardware) has been matched with a software package targeted to greenhouse and nursery producers. Crops grown using WSNs in controlled research settings have included periwinkle [ Catharanthus roseus ( Kim and van Iersel, 2010 ; van Iersel

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Stephanie A. Beeks and Michael R. Evans

. For petunia, the highest dry shoot weight and leaf area were found when plants were grown in peat containers. Kuehny et al. (2011) reported results of a biocontainer study on plant growth of impatiens ( Impatiens walleriana ), vinca ( Catharanthus

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James E. Altland and M. Gabriela Buamscha

levels of some micronutrients. In a separate study, Buamscha et al. (2007a) documented that DFB alone provides sufficient micronutrients for annual vinca [ Catharanthus roseus (L.) G. Don ‘Peppermint Cooler’] grown at low pH (4.5 to 5.5). Macronutrient

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Songul Sever Mutlu and Ece Agan

reported after the application of GA biosynthesis inhibitors ( Grossman, 1992 ; Sebastian et al., 2002 ). Enhanced chlorophyll synthesis in pepper, carnation ( Dianthus caryophyllus ), madagascar periwinkle ( Catharanthus roseus ), and tomato ( Solanum

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Carl E. Niedziela Jr., Mary A. Depa, Paul V. Nelson, Daniel H. Willits, Mary M. Peet, David A. Dickey and Nancy C. Mingis

(2013) reported that increasing light from 53% to full ambient in a greenhouse resulted in increased phosphate uptake without a change in tissue P concentration in Vinca [ Catharanthus roseus (L.) G. Don] and Zinnia ( Zinnia elegans Jacq.). This

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Qiansheng Li, Min Deng, Jianjun Chen and Richard J. Henny

. Vu and Yelenosky (1992) reported that net photosynthesis of Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck was reduced by paclobutrazol application, whereas Jaleel et al. (2007) reported that photosynthesis of Catharanthus roseus (L.) G. Don. was enhanced by

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James E. Altland, M. Gabriela Buamscha and Donald A. Horneck

of most nursery substrates (60% to 80% of the substrate mix; personal observation). Buamscha et al. (2007) documented that DFB alone provides sufficient micronutrients for annual vinca [ Catharanthus roseus (L.) G. Don ‘ Peppermint Cooler’] grown