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George F. Czapar, Marc P. Curry and Raymond A. Cloyd

stores specializing in lawn and garden products and extension services/MGs. One explanation is that some lawn and garden center personnel have helped sponsor extension events, served on local planning committees, or attended educational sessions. As a

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Alan W. Hodges, Charles R. Hall, Marco A. Palma and Hayk Khachatryan

/silk flowers plants trees. These specific items totaled $50.55 B, or 81.8% of total itemized sales within the broad product line of lawn, garden, and farm equipment and supplies. The share of total sales in each retail sector and state were estimated using the

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Jennifer H. Dennis and Bridget K. Behe

Consumer participation in gardening and purchases of garden-related products are often described demographically. Researchers correlate income, age, gender, and home value with the likelihood of consumer participation and or purchases

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Alan W. Hodges, Charles R. Hall and Marco A. Palma

report series on product line sales for the 2007 Economic Census ( USDOC, 2010b ). Specific product lines within the retail sector category of Lawn, Garden, and Farm Equipment and Supplies included cut flowers, fertilizer-lime-chemicals-and other soil

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Rebecca H. Wehry, Kathleen M. Kelley, Robert D. Berghage and James C. Sellmer

diploma or less, and 70% had a household income greater than or equal to $50,000 annually. Seventy percent had purchased Pennsylvania products in the past. Ninety-two percent had an area in their yard that they used as a garden. Respondents had been

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Lucy K. Bradley, Bridget K. Behe, Natalie R. Bumgarner, Charlotte D. Glen, Joseph L. Donaldson, Ellen M. Bauske, Sheri Dorn and Gail Langellotto

are both measures of consumer consumption and impact. For example, Butterfield and Baldwin (2015) reported that 80 million U.S. households (96%) purchased lawn and garden products in 2014, 26% of households purchased lawn care and landscape services

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Chengyan Yue and Bridget K. Behe

. Behe and Barton (2000) investigated consumer perceptions of product and quality attributes of a variety of garden centers in six U.S. states (Alabama, Delaware, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Texas). Barton et al. (1998) published a review of the research

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Larry A. Rupp, Richard M. Anderson, James Klett, Stephen L. Love, Jerry Goodspeed and JayDee Gunnell

native plant products, the company has established an advertised line consisting of 47 herbaceous perennials, grasses, and shrubs. The highest sales volume to date has been derived from the following species: threadleaf giant hyssop ( Agastache rupestris

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Julie H. Campbell and Benjamin L. Campbell

). However, the economy has experienced recovered growth; therefore, production and consumer spending have increased. Gardeners in the United States reported spending $47.8 billion in 2017 on lawn and garden supplies, which equates to ≈$503 per household

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William E. Klingeman, Gretchen V. Pettis and S. Kristine Braman

In past surveys, lawn care and landscape maintenance professionals have reported their willingness to adopt Integrated Pest Management (IPM) strategies and use nonchemical pest management alternatives ( Braman et al., 1998a ; Garber and Bondari