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Posttransplant Growth of Container-grown Wild Coffee, Copperleaf, and Orange Jasmine Is Affected by Irrigation Frequency
Author(s): K. A. Moore, A. L. Shober, E. F. Gilman, C. Wiese, S. M. Scheiber, M. Paz and M. M. Brennan
Publication Type: Proceedings Paper
Journal Link: http://horttech.ashspublications.org/search.dtl
Article Topic(s): Establishment methods,Irrigation
Research Setting(s): Landscape
Species Referenced: Psychotria nervosa (Seminole balsamo),
AbstractExamines effects of irrigation frequency on landscape establishment of Psychotria nervosa. The article concludes that P. nervosa can be established in the landscape from three gallon containers by irrigating with three liters of water every four days for the first 28 weeks after planting.
Suggested CitationK. A. Moore, A. L. Shober, E. F. Gilman, C. Wiese, S. M. Scheiber, M. Paz and M. M. Brennan. "Posttransplant Growth of Container-grown Wild Coffee, Copperleaf, and Orange Jasmine Is Affected by Irrigation Frequency." Horttechnology 19.4 (2009): 786-791.
Article LinksISSN: 1063-0198