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H. Chris Wien

considering production of floral crops in high tunnels, the emphasis is on flowering plants grown for cut flowers, rather than other categories of floriculture products such as bedding plants, potted flowering plants, and foliage plants that are normally grown

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Josh B. Henry, Ingram McCall, Brian Jackson, and Brian E. Whipker

Producers of floriculture crops strive to cultivate compact and healthy plants that are considered high quality and attractive for consumers. The fertilization regimen has a significant role in the ultimate appearance and robustness of a crop. Many

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Mary Vargo and James E. Faust

The U.S. floriculture industry imports over 1 billion unrooted cuttings annually (U.S. Census Bureau, 2020) to propagate and grow to a flowering stage for the domestic market. Vegetative cuttings allow propagators to maintain true-to-type genetic

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Jason J. Danaher, Jeremy M. Pickens, Jeffrey L. Sibley, Jesse A. Chappell, Terrill R. Hanson, and Claude E. Boyd

amendment in commercially available substrates and proved to be beneficial to container-grown petunias. In addition, aquaponic production of floriculture crops is possible using the solids fraction of AE. These results can expand upon traditional aquaponic

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Bridget K. Behe, Jennifer H. Dennis, Charles R. Hall, Alan W. Hodges, and Robin G. Brumfield

evergreens ($839 mn), deciduous shrubs ($648 mn), deciduous flowering trees ($584 mn), and evergreen conifers ($562 mn). Floriculture crop production was valued at $4 bn wholesale in 2006, a slight decrease from production value in 2005 ( USDA, National Ag

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Jessa Hughes, Hamid Khazaei, and Albert Vandenberg

filling, and the seeds are removed for fresh vegetable consumption ( Anthony, 2017 ). The floriculture industry is another unexplored market for faba bean, as it exhibits large variation for many ornamental traits, including flower color. Its flowers are

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Dharmalingam S. Pitchay, Jonathan M. Frantz, James C. Locke, Charles R. Krause, and George C. J. Fernandez

sensitive to both extremes of N form will generate more information for N use efficiency. Additional tests should be done to determine the direct versus indirect effects of elevated N on floricultural crops to see if elevated N primarily caused the growth

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Jennifer K. Boldt and James E. Altland

., 2008 ). As mentioned previously, these differences may be due to the growing system (soilless substrate vs. hydroponics), Si application method, environmental growth conditions, or cultivar. Other floricultural crops, including low and high Si

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Yuqi Li and Neil S. Mattson

chlorotic pear trees J. Plant Nutr. 20 1457 1463 Raviv, M. 2013 Composts in growing media: What’s new and what’s next? Acta Hort. 982 39 52 U.S. Department of Agriculture 2014 Floriculture crops 2013 summary. U.S. Dept. Agr., Natl. Agr. Stat. Serv

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Jennifer K. Boldt, James C. Locke, and James E. Altland

-produced ornamental sunflowers HortScience 43 236 239 Kamenidou, S. Cavins, T.J. Marek, S. 2010 Silicon supplements affect floricultural quality traits and elemental nutrient concentrations of greenhouse produced gerbera Scientia Hort. 123 390 394 LeBude, A