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Heidi A. Kratsch, Ruby Ward, Margaret Shao and Larry A. Rupp

Utah's nursery, greenhouse, and sod industries comprise only 8% of total state crop sales ( U.S. Department of Agriculture, 2002 ), the green industry in Utah (including retail, landscape, design, and irrigation) is among the fastest growing and most

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Ariana P. Torres, Michael V. Mickelbart and Roberto G. Lopez

Improper nutrient management is one of the primary causes of poor crop quality and plant losses in nurseries and greenhouses. However, few commercial operations routinely monitor the media solution properties related to nutritional status of their

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Erik Lichtenberg, John Majsztrik and Monica Saavoss

account. It then applies that methodology to data from gardenia production in a Georgia nursery as part of a project focused on implementation of wireless irrigation sensor networks for ornamental plant production. Materials and methods When benefits and

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P.B. Goodwin and S. Beach

1 To whom reprint requests should be addressed. E-mail address: GoodwinP@agric.usyd.edu.au This research was partially funded by the Horticultural Stock and Nurseries Act of New South Wales, Australia, and the

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John T. Harrington and Patrick A. Glass

funded, in part, through McIntire-Stennis federal appropriations and the New Mexico Agricultural Experiment Station. We express our gratitude to David L. Wenny of the Univ. of Idaho-Forest Research Nursery and David R. Dreesen of the USDA

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Edward W. Bush and Pamela B. Blanchard

The Louisiana State University Coastal Roots Program: A School Seedling Nursery Program for Habitat Restoration (LSU Coastal Roots Program) was initiated 1 Jan. 2000 to assist students in Louisiana in developing a positive attitude of stewardship

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Douglas V. Shaw, Thomas R. Gordon, Kirk D. Larson and Sharon C. Kirkpatrick

The authors wish to thank Lassen Canyon Nursery for their generous assistance in conducting the nursery phases of this research.

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Douglas V. Shaw, Thomas R. Gordon and Kirk D. Larson

1 Pomology Dept. 2 Plant Pathology Dept. We wish to thank Lassen Canyon Nursery for their generous assistance in conducting the nursery phases of this research.

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Kirk D. Larson and Douglas V. Shaw

1 Assistant Pomologist, Univ. of California, South Coast Research and Extension Center, 7601 Irvine Blvd., Irvine, CA 92718. 2 Associate Professor. We gratefully acknowledge the cooperation of Lassen Canyon Nursery, Redding, Calif., and Tri

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James E. Altland and Charles Krause

Containerized nursery and greenhouse crops are grown almost exclusively in soilless substrates. Substrates for outdoor nursery crops are primarily composed of softwood bark amended to some extent with peatmoss, sand, pumice, perlite, compost, and