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Vincent M. Russo and Wayne W. Fish

vermicompost on vegetable transplant quality HortScience 40 2020 2023 Prosser, J.I. 2006 Microorganisms cycling soil nutrients and their diversity, p. 237–261. In: van Elsas, J.D., J.K. Jansson, and J.T. Trevors (eds.). Modern soil microbiology, CRC Taylor

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Marvin P. Pritts

to take a horticultural item home with them: a floral arrangement, a grafted hibiscus plant, vegetable transplants, a hanging basket, a dyed scarf or shirt, and pots of daffodils ( Narcissus sp.), tulips ( Tulipa sp.), and amaryllis ( Amaryllis

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Olya Rysin and Frank J. Louws

greenhouse operations do their own grafting because there is no local propagator available ( Kubota et al., 2008 ). However, the number and size of commercial vegetable transplant producers is growing in the United States as a result of greater demand for

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George E. Boyhan, Suzzanne Tate, Ryan McNeill, and Jeffrey McConnaughey

. Vabrit, S. Raudseping, M. 2005 Tomatisortide iõhenemiskindlus jõgeva sordiaretuse instituudi mahekatses aastatel 2001-2003 Trans. Estonian Agr. Univ. Agron. 220 120 122 Boyhan, G.E. Granberry, D.M. 2010 Commercial production of vegetable transplants. Univ

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Cary A. Mitchell

red photon flux ratios using LEDs HortScience 49 S238 S239 Hernández, R. Kubota, C. 2014b LEDs supplemental lighting for vegetable transplant production: Spectral evaluation and comparisons with HID technology Acta Hort. 1037 829 836 Hoenecke, M

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Patrice Cannavo, Houda Hafdhi, and Jean-Charles Michel

of vegetable transplants. I. Physical properties of wood fiber substrates Sci. Hort. 100 309 322 Lemaire, F. Dartigues, A. Rivière, L.M. Charpentier, S. Morel, P. 2003 Cultures en pots et conteneurs Principes agronomiques et applications 2nd Ed INRA

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Guifang Qi, Jean-Charles Michel, Pascal Boivin, and Sylvain Charpentier

.A. 1981 Physical properties of three container media and their effect on poinsettia growth J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 106 736 741 Gruda, N. Schnitzler, W.H. 2004 Suitability of wood fiber substrate for production of vegetable transplants. I. Physical

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Desire Djidonou, Zhifeng Gao, and Xin Zhao

of grafted vegetable transplants also vary with the crop type. According to Taylor et al. (2008) , the price of grafted seedless watermelon transplants was $0.87/plant as compared with $0.28/plant for nongrafted transplants. As indicated in the

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Robin G. Brumfield

producers are looking for differentiated products that meet consumer needs. An example is Plainview Growers (Pompton Plains, NJ), who began a line of pet greens to sell at pet stores. Vegetable transplants are strong anytime there is a downturn in the

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Eric B. Brennan

could be used to integrate an SH seeder into a mechanical vegetable transplanter or a grain drill for cover crop seeding. Although the SH seeder described here is made with materials that are readily available in hardware stores in developed countries or