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Richard J. Henny and J. Chen

Horticultural Society 1995 The Royal Horticultural Society's colour chart 3rd Royal Hort. Soc London, UK Smith, C.N. Scarborough, E.F. 1981 Status and development of foliage plant industries 1 39 Joiner J. Foliage plant production Prentice-Hall Englewood Cliffs

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Richard J. Henny, Jianjun Chen and T.A. Mellich

, C.N. Scarborough, E.F. 1981 Status and development of foliage plant industries 1 39 Joiner J. Foliage plant production Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ

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Richard J. Henny and J. Chen

Status and development of foliage plant industries 1 39 Joiner J. Foliage plant production Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs NJ

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Richard J. Henny and Jianjun Chen

industries 1 39 Joiner J. Foliage plant production Prentice-Hall Englewood Cliffs, NJ

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Richard J. Henny and Jianjun Chen

Smith, C.N. Scarborough, E.F. 1981 Status and development of foliage plant industries 1 39 Joiner J. Foliage plant production Prentice-Hall Engelwood Cliffs, NJ

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P. Chris Wilson and Joseph P. Albano

–9.9K) was used during days 113 to 190; 1 mg·L −1 = 1 ppm. Table 1. Summary of nitrate-nitrogen (N) concentrations in drainage water from a 7.5-acre (3.04 ha) foliage plant production area during fertigation [soluble formulation (SF)] and controlled

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R. J. Henny, J. Chen and D.J. Norman

Species and cultivars of Dieffenbachia Schott. (Araceae Juss.) have been important ornamental foliage plants for many decades. Their attractive foliar variegation, adaptability to interior environments, and ease of production are major reasons for their importance as ornamental foliage plants. Approximately 20 cultivars are commercially produced in Florida. Previously, most new cultivars were clones introduced from the wild or chance mutations of existing cultivars. Currently, cultivars are introduced into production from plant breeding programs (Henny 1995a, b; Henny and Chen, 2003; Henny et al., 1987). The hybrid Dieffenbachia `Sterling' was developed by the tropical foliage plant breeding program at the Mid-Florida Research and Education Center.

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R.J. Henny, J. Chen and D.J. Norman

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Richard J. Henny, J. Chen and D.J. Norman

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R.J. Henny, J. Chen, T.A. Mellich and M.S. Brennan