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Rebecca M. Koepke-Hill, Gregory R. Armel, William E. Klingeman, Mark A. Halcomb, Jose J. Vargas, and Phillip C. Flanagan

with the roots of nursery stock to survive transplant between field and container production areas. Also, control of broadleaf weeds in container or field grown nursery plants is often limited to herbicides that have soil residual activity and must be

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Jiayi Ji, Zhenglin Li, Ji Tian, Jie Zhang, Yanfen Lu, Xiaoxiao Qin, Jianjun Li, Liqiang Liu, Zhe Gao, Yujing Hu, and Yuncong Yao

Nursery Stock ( American Horticulture Industry Association, 2014 ). All trees should be healthy with tops of good quality (i.e., leaf color appropriate for cultivar and no apparent injury), vigorous, and well-rooted with growth normal for the species or

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Rita L. Hummel, Marianne Elliott, Gary Chastagner, Robert E. Riley, Kathy Riley, and Annie DeBauw

demonstrated that the spread of P. ramorum was associated with the movement of nursery stock, and control efforts were established by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS). These efforts focused on surveying

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Mary Jane Clark and Youbin Zheng

America, and worldwide, respectively ( Brazelton, 2011 ). The increase in planted highbush blueberry hectarage requires healthy nursery stock, some of which is produced in containers. In addition to potted nursery stock for commercial field production

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Robert R. Tripepi, Mary W. George, K. Amanda Linskey, John E. Lloyd, and Jennifer L. Van Wagoner

Production of balled and burlapped conifers is an important part of the total nursery stock sales of landscape plants grown in the United States. In Idaho, 2005 farm gate value of balled and burlapped plants was U.S. $28.6 million and comprised 71

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Richard C. Beeson

Commercially acceptable growth rates of woody ornamental nursery stock can be achieved using managed allowed deficits, i.e., deficit irrigations, of 20% to 40% plant-available water (PAW) before initiating irrigation ( Beeson, 2006 ; Welsh and

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E. Barclay Poling

different nursery systems in North America” ( Dale et al., 2007 ). Nursery system representatives could benefit from exchanging information, as we did in Austin, on current research to propagate strawberry nursery stock plants free of C. acutatum

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Sudeep Vyapari, S.M. Scheiber, and E.L. Thralls

analysis of ornamental plant nurseries in Florida, 1998 University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Economic Rept 00-5r Khatamian, H. Stevens, A. 1994 Consumer marketing preferences for nursery stock J. Environ. Hort. 12 47 50 Latimer

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Charles A. Powell, Michael S. Burton, Robert Pelosi, Mark A. Ritenour, and Robert C. Bullock

. Res. Sci. Monog. 16 1 42 Sasscer, E.R. 1915 Important insect pests collected on imported nursery stock in 1914 J. Econ. Entomol. 8 268 270 Smith, J.M. Hoy, M.A. 1995 Rearing methods

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, the only alternative currently allowed for certified nursery stock production in California. Performance of Four Carob Cultivars in Northeastern Spain Tous et al. (p. 465) evaluated four carob cultivars in Catalonia, Spain without irrigation. ‘Rojal