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Gitta Shurberg, Amy L. Shober, Christine Wiese, Geoffrey Denny, Gary W. Knox, Kimberly A. Moore and Mihai C. Giurcanu

Mylavarapu, R.S. 2009 UF/IFAS Extension soil testing laboratory (ESTL) analytical procedures and training manual. Univ. Florida, Inst. Food Agr. Sci. Circ. 1248 Rose, M.A. 1999 Nutrient use patterns in woody perennials: Implications for increasing fertilizer

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Emad Bsoul, Rolston St. Hilaire and Dawn M. VanLeeuwen

.N. 2002 Identification of drought-tolerant woody perennials using chlorophyll fluorescence J. Aboricult. 28 215 222 Peuke, A.D. Schraml, C. Hartung, W. Rennenberg, H. 2002 Identification of drought

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John C. Majsztrik and John D. Lea-Cox

). The main limitation with this census data are that field, container-nursery, and greenhouse production is based on categories such as woody perennial, floricultural crops, etc., which do not relate to how those broad categories of plants are produced

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Carolyn F. Scagel, Guihong Bi, David R. Bryla, Leslie H. Fuchigami and Richard P. Regan

cultivars such as ER and PJM. There is a strong link between nutrient reserves and growth in woody perennials, but nutrients absorbed early in the growing season are stored and mobilized differently than nutrients absorbed later in the growing season ( Dong

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

conducted on an annual plant species with a liquid fertilization regime; thus, results may not be extrapolated to woody perennial species or plants fertilized with controlled-release fertilizers. Literature Cited Boyer, C. 2009 Production of woody nursery

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Shasha Wu, Youping Sun and Genhua Niu

.C. 2005 Identification of foliar salt tolerance of woody perennials using chlorophyll fluorescence HortScience 40 1892 1897 Razmjoo, K. Heydarizadeh, P. Sabzalian, M.R. 2008 Effect of salinity and drought stresses on growth parameters and essential oil

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Carolyn F. Scagel, Guihong Bi, Leslie H. Fuchigami and Richard P. Regan

on plant water use and drought stress during production for many crops has not been evaluated fully ( Linder et al., 1987 ; Tan and Hogan, 1997 ). With some woody perennial plants it is possible that growth can be enhanced more by minimizing water

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Fang Geng, Renae Moran, Michael Day, William Halteman and Donglin Zhang

-brassinolide Plant Cell Tissue Organ Cult. 53 79 84 Fuchigami, L. Nee, C. 1987 Degree growth stage model and rest-breaking mechanisms in temperate woody perennials HortScience 22 836 845 Geng, F. 2014 Enhancing micropropagation efficiency of apple rootstocks by

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Julián Miralles, Raquel Valdes, Juan J. Martínez-Sánchez and Sebastián Bañón

japonicus (Japanese Spindle) is a commercial woody perennial shrub with good aesthetic qualities, which is frequently planted in public areas such as streets, recreation areas, and car parks. Previous studies with this species before this experiment with

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Lea Corkidi, Donald J. Merhaut, Edith B. Allen, James Downer, Jeff Bohn and Mike Evans

(lemonade berry) is a 1.5 to 3-m tall slow-growing woody perennial shrub or small tree with thick, dull green leaves that cover the plant densely. Both species are important components of the coastal sage scrub and chaparral communities and are widely