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the tunnel layout used for these studies, and including maintenance areas, the planting densities for the in-ground, east–west- and south-facing systems were 7.2, 21.5, and 16.1 plants/m 2 , respectively. Plant density for the annual hill field

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low maintenance requirements; slight pruning is required and low occurrence of pests and diseases has been observed ( Finn, 1999 ; McKay, 2001 ; Richer et al., 1997 ; Strik et al., 2003 ). Fruits also have antimutagenic properties resulting from

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in the yield of commercial “calçots” per plant and low total yields. Compared with previously existing populations, the two new cultivars obtained, ‘Roquerola’, an early cultivar, and ‘Montferri’, a late cultivar, significantly increase the mean

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indoor foliage plants that better align with consumer needs. For instance, indoor foliage plant maintenance was the most common purchasing barrier selected by participants. Growers and retailers could grow and sell low-maintenance plants to address this

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18’, and ‘Tift PA19’ are vigorous perennial ornamental P. alopecuroides cultivars with desirable leaf textures, inflorescence color and density, and plant shape. These cultivars exhibit very low seed set at both low elevations (Tifton, GA) and

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conditions (16.3%), and low maintenance rationales (13.2%) ( sd = 1.778). This differed considerably from landscape architects being asked the same question, who responded that native plants were mostly used because of their ability to grow in difficult site

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of the shrubs to develop attractive, low-maintenance landscapes. Units Literature cited Arnold, M.A. McDonald, G.V. Bryan, D.L. 2005 Planting depth and mulch thickness affect establishment of green ash and bougainvillea raintree J. Arboriculture 31

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irrigation during a rain event and, as a result, may remain dry for a period of weeks until the next rain event regardless of soil type. Native plants adapted to low wetland areas are desirable for rain gardens because they are low maintenance, not invasive

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Juniperus chinensis J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 116 637 641 10.21273/JASHS.116.4.637 Haehle, R. 2004 Native Florida plants: Low maintenance landscaping and gardening Taylor Trade Publishing Lanham, MD Hostetler, M. Klowden, G. Miller, S. Youngentob, K. 2003

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shoreline and the ability to see open water), management (maintenance plans that control algae, limit fertilizer, and maintain visual appeal of plants), knowledge (understanding pond and plant function as it relates to management and algae reduction

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