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  Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and OrganicFertilizer Influence Photosynthesis, Root Phosphatase Activity, Nutrition, and Growth of Ipomoea carnea ssp.fistulosa
2009-47-P

Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi, Organic and Inorganic Controlled-release Fertilizers: Effect on Growth and Leachate of Container-grown Bush Morning Glory (Ipomoea carnea ssp. Fistulosa Under High Production Temperatures.
2005-130-jashs

Provenance Impacts Transplant Establishment and Adventitious Root Regeneration of Sycamore.
2004-129(3)-jashs

Effect of Commercial Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi on Growth, Survivability, and Subsequent Landscape Performace of Selected Container Grown Nursery Crops.
2003-21(4)-jeh

Effect of Commercial Mycorrhiza on Growth, Survivability, and Subsequent Landscape Performance of Selected Container Grown Ornamental Nursery Crops.
2003-48-45-SNA

Opportunities Down Under.
2002-195-an

Benefits and Opportunities with Mycorrhizal Fungi in Nursery Propagation and Production Systems.
2000-50-ipps

Colonization and Growth Effects of the Mycorrhizal Fungus Glomus intraradicies in a Commercial Nursery Container Production System.
2000-18-jeh

Mycorrhizal fungi enhancement of growth and gas exchange of micropropagated guava plantlets (Psidium guajava L.) during ex vitro acclimatization and plant establishment.
2000-10-m

Response of Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis L. to Varying Levels of Potassium Fertilization: Growth, Gas Exchange and Mineral Element Concentration.
1995-18(9)-jpn

Commercial Importance of Adventitious Rooting to Horticulture.
1994-biology

Water use, water-use efficiency and growth analysis of selected woody ornamental species under a non-limiting water regime.
1993-53-sh

Drought Response of Low and High Maintenance Landscape Roses.
1993-11-jeh

Comparison of methods for estimating surface area of water-stressed and fully hydrated pine needle segments for gas exchange analysis.
1992-10-tp

Seasonal changes in carbohydrate/nitrogen levels during field rooting of Rosa multiflora ‘Brooks 56’ hardwood cuttings.
1991-46-sh

Ectomycorrhizae and Drought Acclimation Influence Water Relations and Growth of Loblolly Pine.
1991-26(11)-hs

Water Relations of Lagerstroemia indica Grown in Amended Media Under Drought Stress.
1989-41-sh

Field Evaluation of Preemergence Herbicides for Weed Control in Container Grown Woody Landscapes Plants.
1989-7(4)-jeh

Influence of field bed position, ground surface color, mycorrhizal fungi, and high root-zone temperature in woody plant container production.
1988-112-ps

Mycorrhizae, Soil Amendments, Water Relations and Growth of Rosa multiflora under Reduced Irrigation Regimes.
1987-23-sh

High Soil Temperature and Water Relations of Endomycorrhizal Nursery Crops.
1987-5-jeh(2)

Efficacy of Prodiamine for Weed Control in Container Grown Landscape Plants Under High Temperature Production Conditions.
1987-5-jeh

Grafting and Adventitious Root Formation of Texas Field Rose Bushes.
1986-189-ah

A Chamber for Controlling High Root-zone Stress Temperatures.
1986-21-hs(4)

A Nursery Irrigation-Syringe System that Monitors Environmental Parameters.
1986-21-hs

Adventitious Root Formation in Rosa Multiflora ‘Brooks 56’ Hardwood Cuttings.
1985-3-jeh

Correlative Effects of Bench Chip Budded 'Mirandy' Roses.
1983-108-jashs

The Influence of Rootstock Lateral Buds on Bench-Chip-Budded 'Mirandy' Field Roses.
1983-20-sh

Breaking Seed Dormancy of 'Nemaguard' Peach.
1983-18-hs(2)

Bench Chip Budding of Field Roses.
1980-15-hs


Nursery Crop Physiology Plant Stress Mycorrhizae Plant Propagation Tissue Culture Acclimatization NASA Phytoremediation Sustain. Ag. Systems
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