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174 ORAL SESSION 50 (Abstr. 353-359) Woody Ornamentals: Culture/Growth/Development

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159 WORKSHOP 25 Contributions of Canadian Agriculture to the Introduction, Evaluation, and Testing of Woody Ornamental Trees and Shrubs for Use in Plant Breed Programs

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The Ohio Cooperative Extension Service and The Ohio State University sponsored a symposium December 9-10, 1977 for members of the nursery production and scientific communities to update their knowledge and exchange ideas as it related to the winter storage of woody ornamentals. The symposium participants discussed the physiology of winter storage, pre-storage practices, determining maturity and prediction of harvest dates, acclimating plants to storage, principles of common and refrigerated storage, construction and orientation of storage structures, poly-coverings, disease control, anti-transpirants, minimum-heat, thermoblankets, heat saving techniques, and future needs. A summary of the discussions as well as research ideas are presented in this report. Copies of the proceedings of the Woody Ornamentals Winter Storage Symposium can be obtained for $5.00. Persons interested should enclose a check payable to Storage Symposium to Dr. Elton M. Smith, Department of Horticulture, 2001 Fyffe Court, Columbus, Oh, 43210.

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Farm Home Sci. 136 13 20 Dickerson, H.L. Badenhop, M.B. Day, J.W. 1983 Cost of producing and marketing rooted cuttings of three woody ornamental species in Tennessee, 1980 Univ. Tennessee Agr. Expt. Sta., Knoxville, Bul. 624 Edwards, W. 2009 Ag Decision

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51 POSTER SESSION 2F (Abstr. 115–121) Propagation—Woody Ornamentals/ Landscape/Turf

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22 ORAL SESSION 1 (Abstr. 428–435) Woody Ornamentals/Landscape/Turf: Physiology & Nutrition Monday, 24 July, 8:00–10:00 a.m

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As a result of intentional and unintentional movement of seeds and other propagules around the world, a large number of exotic species have established self-sustaining populations. Exotic woody ornamentals are widely sold by the horticulture

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Schwingle, B.W. Smith, J.A. Blanchette, R.A. 2007 Phytophthora species associated with diseased woody ornamentals in Minnesota nurseries Plant Dis. 91 97 102 Silvar, C. Merino, F. Diaz, J

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space to the landscape plant. Weed occurrence in containers can cause growth reduction of woody ornamentals by nearly 50% in a single growing season ( Fretz, 1972 ) and decrease the aesthetic value of the crop plant. Hand weeding is not an economic

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