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in foliage dimensions and in foliar and root biomass following in-ground storage. Fish-derived Protein Hydrolysates Improve Lettuce Performance Protein hydrolysates (PHs) are an important group of plant biostimulants that have received increasing

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Karl Guillard and John C. Inguagiato

SWE (extracts of Ascophyllum spp. and related macroalgae) applied to horticulturally important plants have been reported to act as biostimulants for root and shoot growth, increase abiotic-stress tolerance, and to act as inducers of plant defenses

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Yang Gao and Deying Li

consistent because of various environmental conditions, mowing height, nutrient forms, and addition of adjuvants. Many biostimulants such as humic substances are used by turfgrass managers either alone or in combination with tank-mixes of other chemicals

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creeping bentgrass shade tolerance, but iron and biostimulants do not Creeping bentgrass, one of the most extensively used species on temperate-zone golf courses, thins considerably under moderately-dense shade. Ervin et al. (p. 500) report that twice

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Timothy M. Spann and Holly A. Little

Gordon, 1986 ). The most commonly used species in agriculture belong to the brown seaweed family ( Blunden and Gordon, 1986 ) and include the species Ascophyllum nodosum . SWEs are often classified as plant biostimulants ( Khan et al., 2009 ) and are

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than that which maximized yields. Also, the analyses found substantial profit increases when using irrigation as compared to dryland production of muscadine grape. Porcine hemoglobine hydrolysate used as plant biostimulant Animal blood traditionally has

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Isaac T. Mertz, Nick E. Christians, and Adam W. Thoms

More superintendents are using biostimulants and trusting in them, companies say Golfdom 61 10 102 106 Baker, B. Olszyk, D.M. Tingey, D. 1996 Digital image analysis to estimate leaf area J. Plant Physiol. 148 5 102 106 Beard, J.B. 2002 The putting green

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Isaac T. Mertz, Nick E. Christians, and Adam W. Thoms

-acid-based fertilizer for grow-in of creeping bentgrass putting greens Crop Sci. 57 S1 357S 360S Aylward, L. Chief, I. 2005 More superintendents are using biostimulants and trusting in them, companies say Golfdom 61 10 833 837 Ball, D. 1964 Loss-on-ignition as an

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Yuqi Li and Neil S. Mattson

are produced annually ( Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2011 ), a considerable portion of which is used as plant nutrient supplements or biostimulants to increase plant growth and yield ( Borlongan et al., 2011 ; Craigie, 2011

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Photosynthesis There is interest in the use of chitosan as a crop biostimulant in sustainable agriculture, since it is biocompatible, biodegradable, environmentally friendly, and readily available in large quantity. In a growth chamber study, Xu and Mou (p. 476