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Comparative rooting of deciduous landscape shrub cuttings in media amended with paper mill biosolids from four different sources
Author(s): C. Chong, B. Hamersma and K. L. Bellamy
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Canadian Journal of Plant Science
Article Topic(s): Propagation
Research Setting(s): Laboratory
Species Referenced: Viburnum dentatum (Southern arrowwood),
AbstractThe effect of paper mill biosolids on plant rooting was tested in 6 woody landscape species. Rooting was largely unaffected or improved by biosolids with an optimal range of 30-60% biosolids with perlite.
Suggested CitationC. Chong, B. Hamersma and K. L. Bellamy. "Comparative rooting of deciduous landscape shrub cuttings in media amended with paper mill biosolids from four different sources." Canadian Journal of Plant Science 78.4 (1998): 519-526.