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Eugene K. Blythe and Jeff L. Sibley

Paterson Greenhouse Complex at Auburn University (Auburn, AL). Overhead mist was provided within the rooting enclosure by three 2.8-mm orifice nozzles (Pin-Perfect; Dramm Corp., Manitowoc, WI) spaced 3 ft apart and raised 1 ft above the cuttings. Overhead

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Joshua Knight, Dewayne L. Ingram, and Charles R. Hall

) greenhouse production of a 72-cell tray annual foliage using overhead irrigation sourced from well water in central Florida, and d) greenhouse production of a 72-cell tray annual foliage using ebb and flood sourced from rainfall capture in central Florida

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Lisa A. Beirn, William A. Meyer, Bruce B. Clarke, and Jo Anne Crouch

Canadian Grow Mix 2 (Agawam, MA). Average temperature within the greenhouse was 19 °C, with natural sunlight ranging between 350 and 900 µmol·m −2 ·s −1 . Seedlings received daily overhead irrigation. To control outbreaks of powdery mildew [ Blumeria

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Steven T. Koike, Frank G. Zalom, and Kirk D. Larson

periods of overhead misting or sprinkling to foliage and fruit had consistently less T3B. In a parallel study, T3B was not reduced with supplemental furrow irrigations that watered only the soil and roots. These findings show that T3B is not linked to soil

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Robert M. Pyne, Adolfina R. Koroch, Christian A. Wyenandt, and James E. Simon

cotyledon and first true leaf set growth stages. Seed for all treatments were sown in soilless media, Fafard Growing Mix 2 (Sun Gro Horticulture, Agawam, MA), and placed under intermittent mist in Rutgers University greenhouses until emergence of cotyledons

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Mindy L. Bumgarner, K. Francis Salifu, Michael V. Mickelbart, and Douglass F. Jacobs

has recently been demonstrated as an effective alternative to overhead irrigation, especially for container seedling propagation of broadleaves ( Davis et al., 2011a ; Schmal et al., 2011 ). In subirrigation systems, irrigation water is delivered from

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Eugene K. Blythe and Jeff L. Sibley

University. Overhead mist was provided within the rooting enclosure by three 2.8-mm orifice nozzles (Pin-Perfect; Dramm Corp., Manitowoc, WI) spaced 3 ft apart and raised 1 ft above the cuttings. Overhead mist was supplied once daily for 10 s at noon to

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Eugene K. Blythe

-controlled greenhouse with an interior, retractable shade curtain. Overhead mist was provided within the rooting enclosure by three 2.8-mm orifice nozzles (Pin-Perfect; Dramm Corp., Manitowoc, WI) spaced 3 ft apart and raised 1 ft above the cuttings. Overhead mist was

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Justin A. Schulze, Ryan N. Contreras, and Carolyn F. Scagel

containers containing a soilless fir-bark substrate. The 44 x plants received 20N–4.4P–8.3K, controlled-release fertilizer (Apex ® Evergreen; J.R. Simplot, Boise, ID) at a rate of 32 g per container annually in April. All 44 x plants were under overhead

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Warren E. Copes and Eugene K. Blythe

removal. Materials and Methods Plant material. Containerized plants of 12 evergreen azalea cultivars ( Table 1 ) were obtained from commercial wholesale nurseries on 7 May 2009 and maintained under overhead irrigation at the Thad Cochran Southern