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planting seed; harvesting and grading production; spacing of plants and containers; removal, picking up, loading, and placing of plants; and jamming of plants for winter protection. The nursery and greenhouse industry is often described as one of the

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extreme temperatures, negating the need for extra winter protection. The liner pots get pulled and sold with the plant; the outside socket pots are then replanted with a new crop. The end product, a plant grown in a pine bark substrate in a large pot, is

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plants, purchasing soilless planting media, and disassembling and reassembling towers for winter protection. The partial budget shown in Table 6 gives a more detailed breakdown of the additional costs and revenues associated with the east

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overwintered in an unheated high tunnel for spring harvest in USDA Hardiness Zone 5 sites. Regardless of cultivar, the additional winter protection offered by a supplemental layer of rowcover increased winter survival, yields and earliness. This is consistent

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.09.021 Goatley, J.M. Jr. Sneed, J.P. Maddox, V.L. Stewart, B.R. Wells, D.W. Philley, H.W. 2007 Turf covers for winter protection of bermudagrass golf greens Appl. Turfgrass Sci. 4 1 1 10 https://doi.org/10.1094/ATS-2007-0423-01-RS Hanna, W

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winter protection with mounds of mushroom and/or municipal compost (J-M Farms, Miami, OK; City of Monett, Monett, MO, respectively) during the first five winters; the compost was thereafter spread into the vineyard rows each spring. The study was

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to encourage robust vine development, and graft unions were provided winter protection via an application of municipal compost (City of Monett, MO, USA) and/or mushroom compost (J-M Farms, Inc., Miami, OK, USA) held in place around and above the

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positional effects. On 6 Nov. 2001, plants were removed from the chambers and returned to the field at Cornell Orchards. Plants were transferred to trenches built in the field for winter protection. On 15 Mar. 2002, a destructive harvest as described for

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, 1995 , 1998 , 1999 ). The system has also been adopted as a method of providing winter protection in northern climates ( Neal, 2004 ). Pot-in-pot production is also suitable for developing niche markets such as living Christmas trees. Living

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.11040 Davenport, J.R. Keller, M. Mills, L.J. 2008 How cold can you go? Frost and winter protection for grape HortScience 43 1966 1969 10.21273/HORTSCI.43.7.1966 Dutt, G.R. Mielke, E.A. Wolfe, W.H. 1981 The use of soils for the delineation of viticultural zones in

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