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demonstrates the mechanism for dormancy release in seeds with endogenous, physiological dormancy. Eastern redbud ( Cercis canadensis ) is a good model system to illustrate dormancy maintenance and release in seeds with physiological dormancy because there is

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redbud ( Cercis canadensis var. mexicana ), and crapemyrtle ( Lagerstroemia sp.) have all been screened and found to be tolerant of saline irrigation water ( Cabrera, 2009 ; Niu et al., 2010 ; Valdez-Aguilar et al., 2011 ; Yeager et al., 2010

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tree [red maple ( Acer rubrum )], field-grown evergreen tree [blue spruce ( Picea pungens )], field-grown flowering tree [‘Forest Pansy’ redbud ( Cercis canadensis )], field-grown deciduous shrub [juddi viburnum ( Viburnum × juddi )], field

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( Rhododendron spp.), oak-leafed hydrangea ( Hydrangea quercifolia ), purple cone flower ( Echinacea purpurea ), butterflyweed ( Asclepias spp.), iris ( Iris spp.), black-eye-susan ( Rudbeckia spp.), eastern redbud ( Cercis canadensis ), and flowering dogwood

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‘Rubrum’), hornbeam ( Carpinus betula ‘Columnaris’), redbud ( Cercis canadensis ), and birch ( Betula nigra ‘Cully’). Five replicates of 2-year-old liners per species were transplanted in Apr. 2010 into 15-gal pots (44 cm wide × 38 cm deep) containing a

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Graves, 1998 ), eucalyptus ( Eucalyptus spp.) ( Li, 1998 ; Li et al., 2000 ; Tuomela, 1997 ), pine ( Pinus spp.) ( Cregg, 1994 ), ash ( Fraxinus spp.) ( Abrams et al., 1990 ), redbud ( Cercis canadensis ) ( Griffin et al., 2004 ), and baldcypress

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.21273/HORTSCI.49.1.69 Hall, C.R. Ingram, D. 2014 Production costs of field-grown Cercis canadensis L. ‘Forest Pansy’ identified during life cycle assessment analysis HortScience 49 622 627 10.21273/HORTSCI.49.3.265 Hinson, R.A. Owings, A. Black, J. Harkess, R

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redbud ( Cercis canadensis ) (Cedar Valley Nurseries, Ada, OK) were planted within each of the plots. On 20 Apr. 2009, 46.5 gal of mulch was spread on each mulched plot to a depth of 3 to 4 inches. In addition to the trees, four individuals of six species

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( Rhus aromatica ), and redbud ( Cercis canadensis ) with prices of $19.99, $29.99, and $39.99, per container. Price points were established through conversations with industry practitioners. Although all 54 combinations could have been presented to

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× freemanii ‘Jeffersred’), ‘Prairifire’ crabapple ( Malus sp.), eastern redbud ( Cercis canadensis ), and red oak ( Quercus rubra ) to similar height and caliper bareroot liners. They found container-grown materials had higher survival rates, caliper, and

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