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Qing-Hua Gao, Ye Zheng-Wen, Zheng Hong-Qing, and Zhang Xue-Ying

Kleb. compared with ‘Kunouwase’. As a result of these potential disease problems, the nursery stock must be of the highest quality. ‘Shenmei #3’ is tolerant to anthracnose fruit rot caused by Colletotrichum acutatum J.H. Simmonds in Shanghai. The

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Lenny Wells

plots. Row middles consisted of bermudagrass ( Cynodon dactylon L.) sod. Expt. 1. Bare-root ‘Kanza’ pecan trees grafted to ‘Elliott’ seedling rootstock were planted from nursery stock. Trees were planted in January 2014 at a spacing of 3 m between trees

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Michael W. Smith, William D. Goff, and M. Lenny Wells

. Diseased trees may have resulted from contaminated nursery stock ( Moore, 1976 ) or the soil inhabiting bacterium was present when trees were planted. A common weed control practice before herbicides came into widespread use was soil disking. This practice

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Marek Szymajda and Edward Żurawicz

: Centralny Ośrodek Badania Odmian Roślin Uprawnych) and is protected by plant breeders’ rights in Poland until 2 Mar. 2042. Certified plant material of this cultivar can be purchased from the Center for Elite Nursery Stock (in Polish: Ośrodek Elitarnego

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Cynthia Haynes, Ann Marie VanDerZanden, and Jeffery K. Iles

.html > Khatamian, H. Stevens, A. 1994 Consumer marketing preferences for nursery stock J. Environ. Hort. 12 47 50 Klein, W. 2003 More Iowans involved in horticulture Iowa Horticulturist 20 18 19 Likert, R. 1932 A technique for measurement of attitudes Arch. Psychol

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Lenny Wells

herbicide glyphosate along the tree row in all plots. Row middles consisted of bermudagrass ( Cynodon dactylon L.) sod. Experiment 1. Bare-root ‘Cunard’ pecan trees grafted to ‘Elliott’ rootstock were planted from nursery stock. Trees were planted in Jan

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Virginia I. Lohr

. Most of the survey respondents apparently think they are already contributing to the solution and are not responsible for the problem ( Polakowski et al., 2011 ), yet information on nursery stock availability and the lack of biodiversity from cloning

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Joseph E. Beeler, Gregory R. Armel, James T. Brosnan, Jose J. Vargas, William E. Klingeman, Rebecca M. Koepke-Hill, Gary E. Bates, Dean A. Kopsell, and Phillip C. Flanagan

in 2008 in an abandoned nursery near Newport, TN. These sites had been abandoned because of the aggressive competition of trumpetcreeper vine with previously planted nursery stock. Both study locations contained a Waynesboro loam soil (clayey

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Thomas M. Sjulin

strawberry nurseries also produce additional plants for foundation nursery stock and provide cold-stored plants to nurseries and producers in other areas of North America and abroad. Anthracnose crown and fruit rot, incited by Colletotrichum species, is a

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Adam Dale, Becky R. Hughes, and Danielle Donnelly

. This is where most infections of nursery stock occur. Normal sanitation issues apply. For example, fields must be rotated to eliminate residual spores. Soil fumigation may reduce the number of spores in the field more rapidly. The healthy plants must be