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Weed Control and Organic Mulches Affect Physiology and Growth of Landscape Shrubs
Author(s): B. M. Cregg and R. Schutzki
Publication Type: Article
Journal Link: http://hortsci.ashspublications.org/search.dtl
Article Topic(s): Human Use
Research Setting(s): Landscape
Species Referenced: Viburnum dentatum (Southern arrowwood),
AbstractThe affects of common landscape mulches on soil properties and landscape plant growth were studied. Soil moisture was increased with mulching, but not soil pH of foliar nitrogen concentrations. Plant growth of most shrubs was improved with all mulches accept cypress mulch.
Suggested CitationB. M. Cregg and R. Schutzki. "Weed Control and Organic Mulches Affect Physiology and Growth of Landscape Shrubs." Hortscience 44.5 (2009): 1419-1424.
Article LinksISSN: 0018-5345