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Allan B. Woolf, John Clemens, and Julie A. Plummer

Six concentrations of ethephon were applied to plants of `Donation' and `Anticipation' Camellia (L.) at two times (late summer and autumn) and three times (late summer, autumn, and midwinter) of the year, respectively. Abscission of leaves and floral and vegetative buds was determined. Sensitivity to ethephon varied markedly among plant organs. Greater sensitivity of floral buds indicated that ethephon could be used to selectively remove these with minimal abscission of other plant organs. Proportion of abscised organs varied with cultivar and time of application. Chemical name used: (2-chloroethyl)phosphonic acid (ethephon).

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Roxana Myers, Brian Bushe, Cathy Mello, Joanne Lichty, Arnold Hara, Koon-Hui Wang, and Brent Sipes

on potted plant exports from infested regions. In Hawaii, burrowing nematode causes anthurium decline with limited options for management ( Aragaki et al., 1984 ). Dark lesions visible on anthurium ( Anthurium andraeanum ) roots during the initial

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Ying-Chun Chen, Chen Chang, and Huey-Ling Lin

. ‘Tainung No.1’ is conventionally propagated by grafting, but this method does not provide enough planting materials to satisfy the ever-increasing demand for international plants export. Therefore, an in vitro culture technique should be established to

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Joyce L. Merritt, Ellen Dickstein, Robert S. Johnson, Michael Ward, Robert J. Balaam, Carrie L. Harmon, Philip F. Harmon, G. Shad Ali, Aaron J. Palmateer, Timothy Schubert, and Ariena H.C. van Bruggen

that ship ornamental plants throughout the United States and other countries, including Canada. The value of ornamental plants exported from Florida to Canada was ≈$77 million in 2010 ( USDA-FAS, 2011 ). Thus, Florida has the potential to be a major

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Barbara M. Schmidt

(FAO) of the United Nations (2004 ), the developing world produces and exports most of the global supply of medicinal plant raw materials. Although domestic trade in these countries is not well documented, the FAO maintains statistics on medicinal plant

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Bernadine C. Strik, Gil Buller, and Julie M. Tarara

vertical once growing above a dark tube ( Collet et al., 2011 ). In our study, the shoots remaining inside the dark or low light grow tube would likely have been a sink, depleting reserves in the crown and roots. Later in the season, blueberry plants export