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Liping Kou, Tianbao Yang, Xianjin Liu and Yaguang Luo

oleracea var. italica ) cultivar Arcadia seeds were purchased from Living Whole Foods, Inc. (Springville, UT). Hydroponic pads (20.8 × 25.4 cm; Growers Supply, Dyersville, IA) were made from biodegradable wood fibers. One hydroponic pad was set evenly in

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Paul Randall, Peter Sholberg, Gary Judd and Joan Cossentine

, 2006 ). The exact mechanism by which AA vapor declines in chambers containing wooden bins is not known but potential explanations are that the AA is reacting with the moisture within the plywood, interacting with wood fibers, or is being absorbed into

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Xuebin Song, Kang Gao, Guangxun Fan, Xiaogang Zhao, Zhilan Liu and Silan Dai

probability grading of quantitative characters of traditional Chrysanthemum cultivars J. Beijing For. Univ. 38 105 115 (in Chinese with an English abstract) Maiti, R. Rodriguez, H.G. Kumari, A. 2016 Qualitative and quantitative characterization of wood fibers

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W. Garrett Owen

Soilless substrates used for producing of floriculture crops may be composed of one or a mix of either peatmoss, aged pine bark, coir, or wood fiber, each varying in initial pH. It is a common practice to incorporate limestone into substrates to

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Tongyin Li, Guihong Bi, Richard L. Harkess and Eugene K. Blythe

et al., 2015 ; White, 2009 ). They were reported to have varying physical properties, water consumption characteristics, and influences on plant growth. A variety of biocontainers made from peat, manure, coir, straw, and wood fiber have been found to

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Jason D. Lattier, Hsuan Chen and Ryan N. Contreras

, diameter of pollen grains, and wood fiber anatomy. Shim et al. (1993) reported differences in leaf width, leaf length, flower size, eyespot size, pollen spine number, and pollen exine apertures across ploidy in H. syriacus . Van Laere et al. (2009

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Manuela Baietto and A. Dan Wilson

fungistatic compounds in the wood that either inhibit fungal growth or block enzymatic access to structural components of wood fibers. Three other species that sustained relatively low damage after 2 years of decay in the present study were P. taeda

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Tongyin Li, Guihong Bi, Richard L. Harkess, Geoffrey C. Denny and Carolyn Scagel

locations with high summer temperatures ( Nambuthiri et al., 2015 ). When grown in an ebb-and-flood subirrigation system, ‘Rainier Purple’ cyclamen ( Cyclamen persicum ) had higher dry root weights when grown in paper and wood fiber containers than in

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Charles R. Hall, Benjamin L. Campbell, Bridget K. Behe, Chengyan Yue, Roberto G. Lopez and Jennifer H. Dennis

of biodegradable container materials include spruce fibers; sphagnum peat; wood fiber and lime; grain husks, predominantly rice hulls; 100% recycled paper; non-woven, degradable paper; dairy cow manure (GreenBeam Pro, 2008); corn; coconut; and straw

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Horticulture, Auburn University, Auburn, AL 36849 WholeTree (WT) is a wood fiber alternative substrate created by milling all aboveground portions of a pine tree through a hammermill using a screen size suitable for substrate material. WT is approximately 80