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Alyssa J. DeVincentis, Robin G. Brumfield, Paul Gottlieb, and James R. Johnson

:// > Cayanan, D.F. Zheng, Y. Zhang, P. Graham, T. Dixon, M. Chong, C. Llewellyn, J. 2008 Sensitivity of five container-grown nursery species to chlorine in overhead irrigation water HortScience 43 1882 1887 Chen, W. Lu, S. Jiao, W. Wang, M. Chang, A.C. 2013

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Guochen K. Png, Katherine S. Downes, and Beng H. Tan

generally more costly than seed propagation because additional infrastructure (e.g., fog or mist systems) is required to protect and nurture the cuttings to enhance survival and encourage growth. Additionally, many woody Australian species do not form

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Krishna S. Nemali and Marc W van Iersel

and using irrigation systems that do not apply all of the water to the substrate in the containers or flats. For example, pot spacing may affect IE under overhead irrigation, as much of the water may be applied to the space between pots when spacing is

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Justine E. Vanden Heuvel and Martin C. Goffinet

in a greenhouse at ambient temperature and irrigated daily using overhead mist. Osmocote slow-release fertilizer (14N–6P–11K) (Scotts, Marysville, OH) was applied to the surface of the soil mix ≈4 weeks after planting. Flowers were removed to prevent

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David A. Francko, Kenneth G. Wilson, Qingshun Q. Li, and Maria A. Equiza

. In sweet orange, we also sampled newly expanded leaves in addition to older leaves. The greenhouse evaporative cooling system and supplemental heat maintained temperatures above ≈60 °F in winter and below ≈95 °F during summer. Plants were overhead

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Angela K. Durhman, D. Bradley Rowe, and Clayton L. Rugh

, except on bright sunny days, up until day 31, at which time it was removed permanently. Irrigation. During the establishment period, plots were overhead-irrigated with Rain Bird (Azusa, Calif.) Xerigation XS-180 spray heads fixed to 30.5-cm

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Ryan J. Hayes, Bo Ming Wu, Barry M. Pryor, Periasamy Chitrampalam, and Krishna V. Subbarao

, whereas in California, seed was planted at a depth of 0.6 cm. In both locations, seed was germinated with overhead irrigation and thinned to 0.28 m between plants within a plot ≈4 weeks after seed sowing. After germination, experiments were irrigated as

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Iryna Andrenko, Thayne Montague, Cynthia McKenney, and Russell Plowman

temperature was maintained at 24.4 °C ± 3.3 °C during the day and 21.1 °C ± 2.8 °C at night. Three times each day, an overhead mist system irrigated seedlings for 2 to 3 min. When emerged seedlings reached the true-leaf stage, seedlings were transplanted into

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Suzanne O’Connell

heat and light stress on the high tunnel lettuce crop (e.g., shadecloth, mist system, etc.) were required for greater success in their area ( Zhao and Carey, 2009 ). Lastly, an experiment in Georgia concluded that the production of romaine and

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Gregory M. Peck, Ian A. Merwin, Michael G. Brown, and Arthur M. Agnello

thinners, crop protectants, and foliar fertilizers were applied on a tree row volume basis of 935 L·ha −1 with a compact Turbo-mist curtain airfoil sprayer (Slimline Manufacturing Ltd., Penticton, British Columbia, Canada). An unsprayed buffer row of trees