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Nursery production techniques for obligate wetland species
Author(s): K. K. Moore, L. Fisher and D. L. Sutton
Journal: Journal of Aquatic Plant Management
Journal Link: http://apms.org/japm/japmindex.htm
Article Topic(s): Fertilizer, Irrigation, Nutrients, Propagation
AbstractEvaluated growing media, irrigation, and fertilizer on the growth of Cephalanthus occidentalis, Hydrolea corymbosa, and Saururus cernuus in a production environment in Florida. Substrates and fertilizer appeared to be feasible alternatives to using flooded sand to grow these obligate wetland species.
Suggested CitationK. K. Moore, L. Fisher and D. L. Sutton. "Nursery production techniques for obligate wetland species." Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 44 (2006): 37-40.
Article LinksISSN: 0146-6623