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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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. Goatley JM Jr , Sneed JP , Maddox VL , Stewart BR , Wells DW , Philley HW . 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

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depth and soil summer temperature control on growth and yield of saffron ( Crocus sativus L.) . Asian J Plant Sci . 7 ( 8 ): 747 – 751 . Gheshm R , Brown RN . 2021 . Growing saffron crocus in the northeastern United States: Effects of winter

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Development of a new USDA plant hardiness zone map for the United States J. Appl. Meteorol. Climatol. 51 242 264 Davenport, J.R. Keller, M. Mills, L.J. 2008 How cold can you go? Frost and winter protection for grape HortScience 43 1966 1969 Dawson, I. 1991

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