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producing nursery crops using the pot-in-pot production system: Two case studies. Southern Cooperative Series Bulletin no. 402. 18 p Hall, C.R. Ingram, D.L. 2014 Production costs of field-grown Cercis canadensis L. ‘Forest Pansy’ identified during life

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River County, MS (30°65′96.84″N, 89°63′50.69″W). To stimulate ambrosia beetle attack, containerized (26.5 L pots, ≈2.5 cm caliper, 2–3 years of age) eastern redbud trees ( Cercis canadensis L.) were purchased from local nurseries and injected with 75 mL

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/well-being benefits associated with green industry products and services: A review J. Environ. Hort. 29 2 96 103 Hall, C.R. Ingram, D.L. 2014 Production costs of field-grown Cercis canadensis L. ‘Forest Pansy’ identified during life cycle assessment analysis

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. americanus . Our results show that chilling requirement increased with increasing latitude of plant origin from Florida to northern Illinois. A trend of increasing chilling requirement with latitude has also been reported in Cercis canadensis L. ( Donselman

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.L. 2014 Production costs of field-grown Cercis canadensis L. ‘Forest Pansy’ identified during life cycle assessment analysis HortScience 49 1 6 Hall, C.R. Ingram, D.L. 2015 Carbon footprint and production costs associated with varying the intensity of

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.W. 2011 Economic, environmental, and health/well-being benefits associated with green industry products and services: A review J. Environ. Hort. 29 2 96 103 Hall, C.R. Ingram, D.L. 2014 Production costs of field-grown Cercis canadensis L. ‘Forest Pansy

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since been employed successfully on a number of crops including Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ( Fulcher et al., 2012 ), oakleaf hydrangea ( Hydrangea quercifolia ) ( Hagen et al., 2014 ), and redbud ( Cercis canadensis ) ( Nambuthiri et al., 2015a ) without

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associated with green industry products and services: A review J. Environ. Hort. 29 96 103 Hall, C.R. Ingram, D.L. 2014 Production costs of field-grown Cercis canadensis L. ‘Forest Pansy’ identified during life cycle assessment analysis HortScience 49 1 6

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), Betula nigra ‘Cully’ ( B. nigra ), Carpinus betula ‘Columnaris’ ( C. betula ), Cercis canadensis ( C. canadensis ), Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis ‘Skycole’ ( G. triacanthos ), Magnolia stellata ‘Royal Star’ ( M. stellata ), Platanus

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to overcome dormancy in seeds of ‘Red Globe’, ‘Italia’ and ‘Niagara Rosada’ grapes Rev Bras Frutic. 41 5 https://doi.org/10.1590/0100-29452019495 Geneve, RL. 1991 Seed dormancy in eastern redbud ( Cercis canadensis L.) J Am Soc Hortic Sci

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