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Vincent M. Russo and Merritt Taylor

HortScience 39 655 (Abstract) Russo, V.M. 2005 Organic vegetable transplant production HortScience 40 623 628 Russo, V.M. Perkins-Veazie, P. 2010 Yield and nutrient content of bell pepper pods from plants developed from seedlings inoculated, or not, with

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Michele Krucker, Rita L. Hummel and Craig Cogger

< >. Clark, S. Cavigelli, M. 2005 Suitability of composts as potting media for production of organic vegetable transplants Compost Sci. Util. 13 150 156 Corti, C. Crippa, L. Genevini, P.L. Centemero, M. 1998

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Linda L. Taylor, Alexander X. Niemiera, Robert D. Wright and J. Roger Harris

Gruda, N. Schnitzler, W.H. 2004 Suitability of wood-fiber substrate for production of vegetable transplants. I. Physical properties of wood fiber substrates Sci. Hort. 100 309 322 Gruda, N. Tucher, S.V. Schnitzler, W.H. 2000 N-immobilization of wood

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Sahar Dabirian and Carol A. Miles

be measured. Also needed is the evaluation of more antitranspirant products that are allowed for use on vegetable transplants. Most products are only allowed on ornamental or nonedible plants, and in the time from initiation to publication of this

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Michael R. Evans, Brian E. Jackson, Michael Popp and Sammy Sadaka

horticultural substrates for vegetable transplant production, p. 227–240. In: P.J. Stofella and B.A. Kahn (eds.). Compost utilization in horticultural cropping systems. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL Taylor, M.D. Jackson, B.E. 2014 The beef on biochar: Understanding

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Timothy Coolong

require consideration. Clogged emitters or cuts in the line may go unnoticed for long periods of time. Furthermore, due to limited surface wetting, it can be challenging to germinate direct-seeded crops and provide sufficient amounts of water to vegetable

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Melinda Knuth, Bridget K. Behe, Charles R. Hall, Patricia Huddleston and R. Thomas Fernandez

.013). Overall, 49.8% of all subjects had purchased annual plants in 2016, 42% had purchased a vegetable transplant, 30% had purchased an herb, 30% had purchased a perennial, 19% had purchased a flowering shrub, 9% had purchased a fruit tree, 7% had purchased an

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Joshua K. Craver, Jennifer K. Boldt and Roberto G. Lopez

, B.R. Runkle, E.S. 2017b Spectral effects of supplemental greenhouse radiation on growth and flowering of annual bedding plants and vegetable transplants HortScience 52 1221 1228 Pramuk, L.A. Runkle, E.S. 2005 Photosynthetic daily light integral

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Shinsuke Agehara and Daniel I. Leskovar

stomatal closure, helps plants cope with water stress ( Taiz and Zeiger, 2002 ). Thus, ABA application may reduce transplant shock in vegetable transplants. Berkowitz and Rabin (1988) found that bell pepper ( Capsicum annuum L.) seedlings dipped entirely

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Rhuanito Soranz Ferrarezi, Geoffrey Matthew Weaver, Marc W. van Iersel and Roberto Testezlaf

vegetable transplants HortTechnology 21 56 63 Lumis, G. Purvis, P. Taurins, L. 2000 Flood irrigation of container-grown Euonymus and Thuja as affected by fertilizer rate and substrate J. Environ. Hort. 18 13 17 Martinetti, L. Ferrante, A. Quattrini, E