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Todd P. West, Gregory Morgenson, Larry Chaput, and Dale E. Herman

landscape. This is especially relevant where available space or overhead power lines are a concern, and where hardiness of other elm cultivars may be problematic. Ulmus davidiana var. japonica is a deciduous tree in the family Ulmaceae and is often listed

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Rhuanito Soranz Ferrarezi, Geoffrey Matthew Weaver, Marc W. van Iersel, and Roberto Testezlaf

is necessary, because plants typically grow in a small volume of substrate from which nutrients and water are rapidly depleted. Common greenhouse practices include overhead and drip irrigation, and plants are typically watered according to a set

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

marketed in a no. 3 container on the U.S. west coast. Scenario A consisted of sticking cuttings in September directly in 40-cell flats in a greenhouse under mist, moved to a plastic covered hoop house the following spring, and grown for 11 months before

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W. Garrett Owen and Roberto G. Lopez

mist, the cuttings were sprayed to runoff with a solution containing 300 mg·L −1 nonionic surfactant (CapSil; Aquatrols, Paulsboro, NJ). Propagation environment. The cuttings were placed in a glass-glazed greenhouse on one of two propagation benches

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Karla Gabrielle Dutra Pinto, Sônia Maria Figueiredo Albertino, Bruna Nogueira Leite, Daniel Oscar Pereira Soares, Francisco Martins de Castro, Laís Alves da Gama, Débora Clivati, and André Luiz Atroch

exogenous auxin for the rooting of stem cuttings ( Ramos et al., 2003 ). The rooting method used for guarana seedling production suggests 70% shading, intermittent overhead mist, and the application of 2000 ppm indole-3-butyric acid (IBA); however, this

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Annika E. Kohler and Roberto G. Lopez

Table 1 . Table 1. Percent shade; daily light integral (DLI); root-zone, plant, and air temperatures; and vapor-pressure deficit (VPD) averages (± sd ) for callusing and post-callusing during propagation treatments. Overhead mist containing reverse

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Christopher J. Currey and Roberto G. Lopez

) or as a supplemental light source for overhead ( Dueck et al., 2012 ) or intracanopy ( Dueck et al., 2006 ; Hovi-Pekkanen et al., 2006 ; Trouwborst et al., 2010 ) lighting for greenhouse vegetable production. Furthermore, Currey et al. (2012) and

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Donna A. Marshall, James M. Spiers, Stephen J. Stringer, and Kenneth J. Curry

above 95% and fruit splitting. Physiological factors have been examined for their role in fruit cracking. Immersing whole fruit in water or misting fruit on a bench was found to be an effective method of causing artificial fruit splitting in grapes

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Lyn A. Gettys and William T. Haller

, horticulture-grade charcoal ash, time-release fertilizer, and trace elements and minerals; Jungle Growth, Statham, GA). Plants were kept under mist (a 2-min duration every 2 h from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm) in an unlit greenhouse (temperature range 20–35 °C) at the

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

shipability, shelf life, and visual quality), the profitability has decreased so much that many growers only grow them to make a contribution to overhead and/or keep their labor force employed year-round ( Hall, 2010 ). Despite these challenges, poinsettias