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Qingqing Duan, Ye Lin, Wu Jiang and Danfeng Huang

different light regimes J. Expt. Bot. 54 867 874 Su, V. Hsu, B.D. Chen, W.H. 2001 The photosynthetic activities of bare rooted Phalaenopsis during storage Sci. Hort. 87 311 318 Tezara, W. Marín, O. Rengifo, E. Martínez, D. Herrera, A. 2005 Photosynthesis and

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Arthur Q. Villordon, Don R. La Bonte, Nurit Firon, Yanir Kfir, Etan Pressman and Amnon Schwartz

transplant (cutting) establishment. Previous research attributed yield differences to cultivar, propagation material, environmental, and soil factors ( Kays, 1985 ; Ravi and Indira, 1999 ). Bare-rooted transplants produced adventitious roots and some of

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Andrew Jeffers, Marco Palma, William E. Klingeman, Charles Hall, David Buckley and Dean Kopsell

point-of-purchase decisions. Materials and Methods To address this study's objectives, we define a liner as a tree seedling grown for 1 year either in a seedbed or in field soil and then lifted and bare-rooted for sale or transplant as nursery planting

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Tessa M. Mills, Jianming Li and M. Hossein Behboudian

and Methods Plant materials and cultural conditions. This research was carried out at the Plant Growth Unit, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand (lat. 40°23′S, long. 175°37′E) during Summer of 2007. Bare-rooted seedling vines of

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Joyce L. Merritt, Ellen Dickstein, Robert S. Johnson, Michael Ward, Robert J. Balaam, Carrie L. Harmon, Philip F. Harmon, G. Shad Ali, Aaron J. Palmateer, Timothy Schubert and Ariena H.C. van Bruggen

of propagative plant materials that have the most problems with pests and diseases. The majority (53%) responded that nonrooted cuttings have the most problems with pests and diseases, which is followed by bare-rooted cuttings (14%) and liners (10

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Warren E. Copes and Eugene K. Blythe

Samson, 1994 ), bare-rooted palms in 50 °C water for 15 min to control burrowing nematode ( Tsang et al., 2003 ), grapevine cuttings in 50 °C water for 30 min to control Phomopsis viticola ( Clarke et al., 2004 ), seed potatoes in 55 °C water for 5 min

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P. Gordon Braun, Keith D. Fuller, Kenneth McRae and Sherry A.E. Fillmore

× sylvestris (L.) Mill. var. domestica (Borkh.) Mansf.], would result in an accumulation of root pathogens in the rhizosphere soil of these plants ( van Bruggen, 1995 ; van Bruggen et al., 2006 ). Therefore, planting a bare-rooted nursery tree in the root

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Christopher M. Menzel, Lindsay A. Smith and Jenny A. Moisander

would be better in the plants growing under the tunnels because the plants would be protected from wet weather. Hail and frosts are not major problems for strawberry growers in southeastern Queensland. Materials and methods Bare-rooted transplants of

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Kalpana Sharma, Joyce L. Merritt, Aaron Palmateer, Erica Goss, Matthew Smith, Tim Schubert, Robert S. Johnson and Ariena H.C. van Bruggen

identified in this study. Pathogenicity tests and re-isolation. Healthy-looking bare-rooted lucky bamboo stems (10 cm long), imported from China, and donated by Delray Plants in Venus, FL, were used for pathogenicity tests. Single cuttings were planted in

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S. Laywisadkul, C.F. Scagel, L.H. Fuchigami and R.G. Linderman

content. With other plant pathogens, abundant N can make trees more susceptible to pathogens and increase the length of time trees are more susceptible ( Frecon, 1982 ; Simon et al., 2003 ). Infection of bare-rooted nursery trees by P. syringae during