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Jayesh B. Samtani, John B. Masiunas, and James E. Appleby

and to fit into the containers. White oak seedlings were planted on 23 and 19 Apr. in 2004 and 2005, respectively. Seedlings were 0.5 to 0.6 m tall in 2004 and 0.4 to 0.5 m tall in 2005. After planting, containers were placed pot to pot until herbicide

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Martin P.N. Gent and Richard J. McAvoy

spread from pot to pot through the irrigation water ( George et al., 1990 ; Hong and Moorman, 2005 ; Stanghellini et al., 2000 ). There are some other characteristics of ebb and flow irrigation systems that could cause problems. Because there is no

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Christine Yung-Ting Yen, Terri W. Starman, Yin-Tung Wang, and Genhua Niu

potting, plants were irrigated with reverse osmosis (RO) water containing fungicides (etridiazole and thiophanate-methyl, Banrot 40% WP; Scotts) at 0.6 g·L −1 to prevent root rot. Plants were spaced pot-to-pot in 30.8 × 51.4-cm molded black plastic

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Michael R. Evans, Matt Taylor, and Jeff Kuehny

walls over a 7-d period. Comparison of algal and fungal growth on plastic and biocontainers. Containers were filled with LC1 root substrate to within 1 cm of the rim of the containers. All 4-inch containers were placed pot-to-pot in 53 × 27 × 6-cm

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Claudia Calonje, Chad Husby, and Michael Calonje

, root development remains sparse in Zamia , minimizing interactions among seedlings in a given pot. Also, because the substrates were uniformly prepared, variation from pot to pot within each substrate treatment was considered negligible. Assumptions

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Anthony L. Witcher, Fulya Baysal-Gurel, Eugene K. Blythe, and Donna C. Fare

was gently blown from the root mass using a compressed air system at 125 psi. Both roots and shoots were dried in a forced-air oven at 56 °C for 10 d. The remaining plants were jammed pot-to-pot for overwintering and overhead-irrigated every 2 weeks

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Christine Yung-Ting Yen, Terri W. Starman, Yin-Tung Wang, Andreas Holzenburg, and Genhua Niu

), in the middle of cooling (time 2), immediately after cooling (time 3), 2 weeks after the completion of cooling (time 4), and no nutrient reapplication (time 5). Plants were spaced pot-to-pot in 30.8 × 51.4-cm molded black plastic carrying trays [4

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Celina Gómez and James Robbins

in physical properties as well as the plant growth differences from the individual substrates over longer production cycles. During the growing season, containers were spaced as needed to alleviate canopy overlap. Containers were placed pot-to-pot

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Brian E. Jackson, Robert D. Wright, and John R. Seiler

(Spectro Analytical Instrument, Mahwah, NJ). On 8 Nov. 2006 containers were moved to a white polyethylene (poly) covered hoop house and placed pot-to-pot for overwintering. Containers were removed on 25 Apr. 2007, placed back on the outdoor gravel nursery