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Benjamin L. Green, Richard W. Harper, and Daniel A. Lass

.W. Himelick, E.B. 2013 The practical science of planting trees. Intl. Soc. Arboricult., Champaign, IL Wells, C. Townsend, K. Caldwell, J. Ham, D. Smiley, E.T. Sherwood, M. 2006 Effects of planting depth on landscape tree survival and girdling root formation

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Lenny Wells

the growth of nonirrigated trees in this critical phase of orchard establishment, which has the potential to affect their precocity. Thus, it appears that irrigation of young trees in this region may not always be necessary for tree survival but would

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Bert M. Cregg, Pascal Nzokou, and Ron Goldy

mulch or synthetic mulch mats have also been used to aid establishment of trees for afforestation and reforestation ( Samyn and DeVos, 2002 ; Walker and McLaughlin, 1989 ). Plastic mulch typically improves early tree survival and growth, although

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Andrew P. Nyczepir, Alexis K. Nagel, and Guido Schnabel

testing of this line in an orchard having a history of PTSL and (or) infested with Armillaria root rot ( A. tabescens ) would be of interest to determine if tree survival is prolonged or otherwise altered. Literature Cited Batchelor, T

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Lili Zhou, Maria Eloisa Q. Reyes, and Robert E. Paull

higher tree survival rate, possibly due to increased root growth, with photosynthate formerly going to fruit and seed development now available for new root growth. Table 3. Photosynthetic rate of the most recently matured papaya leaf (4), at 11, 15, and

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Ute Albrecht, Shahrzad Bodaghi, Bo Meyering, and Kim D. Bowman

( Albrecht et al., 2017b ; Bowman and Albrecht, 2017 ), ‘US-942’ and ‘US-897’ had the largest SRL, which may contribute to their positive influence on the juice total soluble solids content. Tree survival and establishment during the first year of field

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Ed Stover, David G. Hall, Jude Grosser, Barrett Gruber, and Gloria A. Moore

orange scion ( Garnsey et al., 2001 ); however, the ‘Valencia’ sweet orange performs well on this rootstock. Tree survival in a commercial nursery is very high, but it is routine for 10% to 15% of trees to have substandard growth that prevents their

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Michael W. Smith, Charles T. Rohla, and Niels O. Maness

that under certain circumstances that carbohydrates are limiting, because they can be depleted to the point that tree survival is questionable ( Wood, 2001a ). However, in such circumstances it is unlikely that flower induction occurred and is therefore

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J. Roger Harris and Susan D. Day

320 Sutton, R.F. Tinus, R.W. 1983 Root and root system terminology For. Sci. Monograph 24 (supplement to number 4, 1 Dec. 1983). Wells, C. Townsend, K. Caldwell, J. Ham, D. Smiley, E.T. Sherwood, M. 2006 Effects of planting depth on landscape tree

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Gabriele Amoroso, Piero Frangi, Riccardo Piatti, Francesco Ferrini, Alessio Fini, and Marco Faoro

instability ( Nichols and Alm, 1983 ), reduced shoot growth, tree decline, and mortality ( Ortega et al., 2001 , 2006 ). Tree survival and growth after outplanting are directly related to the ability of the root system to rapidly produce new roots that will