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Guihong Bi and Carolyn F. Scagel

nursery plants J. Hort. Sci. Biotechnol. 76 35 39 Knight, J.N. 1983 Chemical defoliation of nursery stock using chelated forms of copper and iron J. Hort. Sci. 58 471 476 Larsen, F.E. 1973 Promotion of leaf abscission in fruit nursery stock Acta Hort. 34

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Ryan S. Donahoo and Kurt H. Lamour

production facility and to the environment at large. The sale of contaminated nursery stock allows Phytophthora to be dispersed into many different settings and the description of isolates described here may provide a useful baseline for understanding

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Joyce L. Merritt, Ellen Dickstein, Robert S. Johnson, Michael Ward, Robert J. Balaam, Carrie L. Harmon, Philip F. Harmon, G. Shad Ali, Aaron J. Palmateer, Timothy Schubert, and Ariena H.C. van Bruggen

with the import of nursery stock from foreign sources and the export of plant material to foreign sources. In addition, APHIS regulates the interstate movement of nursery stock. Accredited state agencies are concerned with and administer both federal

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Danny L. Barney, Michael Bauer, and Jennifer Jensen

tree production for a range of subalpine and corkbark fir provenances, and to select promising genotypes for testing as possible cultivars for clonally propagated nursery stock. Materials and methods Seeds collected from the wild in 15 national forests

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Philip J. Kauth and Hector E. Pérez

producers involved in the Florida native wildflower (FNW) plant market during 2011. FNW questions. Almost 57% of the survey respondents indicated their nursery stock consisted of 81% to 100% native FL plants, and 78.4% offered FNWs. These values were

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Alan W. Hodges, Charles R. Hall, and Marco A. Palma

, and Merchant wholesalers of nondurable goods like flowers, nursery stock, and florist supplies. Retail sectors that have product line sales of horticultural goods include Wholesale electronic markets, agents and brokers, Furniture and home furnishings

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Andrew Jeffers, Marco Palma, William E. Klingeman, Charles Hall, David Buckley, and Dean Kopsell

To produce high-quality finished nursery stock, maintain a competitive edge, and build economic market share, ornamental plant producers are encouraged to start production cycles using “high-quality” plant liners. However, liner quality is

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Andrew K. Koeser, J. Ryan Stewart, Germán A. Bollero, Donald G. Bullock, and Daniel K. Struve

sequestration rates, storm water retention, energy savings, and in potential gains in property value ( Maco and McPherson, 2003 ). We hypothesized that stresses associated with handling and transporting nursery stock during transplanting could be directly linked

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Charles Arthur Powell

RGG, factors contributing to an abiotic etiology would need to be present at each sampling site. Likewise, a biotic agent would need to be transmitted to trees at similar rates at all the sites or, more likely, be present in the several nursery stock

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Richard Martinson, John Lambrinos, and Ricardo Mata-González

as the study site ( Omernik, 2014 ), and they were planted as 1-gallon nursery stock. Each individual plant was inoculated with a commercially available endo-ecto mycorrhizal inoculant (Mycorrhizal Applications, Grants Pass, OR) and watered once