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Assessment of Precision Technologies for Accurate Delivery of Crop Inputs 

Harbuck, Tyrel (2010-05-14)
At the Tennessee Valley Research and Extension Center (TVREC), Belle Mina, Alabama, Global Positioning System (GPS)-assisted machine guidance and subsurface drip irrigation (SDI) have been implemented to study precision ...

Evaluating Ornamental Performance and Public Perceptions of Cool-Season Annual Bedding Plants within Alabama Public Gardens: A Partnership of Green Industry Groups. 

Baugh, Monte (2015-05-11)
This study focused on field evaluations of cool season annual ornamental selections at two Alabama public garden sites and public perceptions of annual color combinations in planters at three separate public gardens ...

Evaluation of Manufactured Organic Soil Amendments for Consumer Use 

Thaxton, Blake (2011-08-01)
Commercial substrate blending companies and fertilizer companies are now producing manufactured substrates and fertilizers that are marketed as “organic.” Homeowners care about the aesthetics of their landscape, thus the ...

Evaluation of WholeTree as an Alternative Substrate Component in Production of Greenhouse Grown Annuals 

Griffin, Whitney (2010-04-13)
The physical properties and growth of greenhouse annuals in chipped pine log (CPL) and WholeTree (WT) alternative substrate components were evaluated. Both wood-fiber alternatives have been reported as suitable for the ...

A National Overview of Plant Selection/introduction Programs and a State Survey of Growers and Retailers to Determine the Potential for an Alabama Plant Selection/Introduction Program 

Harris, Emily (2008-12-15)
Over the past fifteen years, many states have established statewide plant selection/introduction programs for the purpose of promoting and marketing selected plants to consumers to increase sales for the Green Industry. ...

Orientation Affects Growth and Harvest Yield of Ocimum basilicum ‘Cardinal’ L. Grown on a Novel, Inexpensive Vertical Structure 

Derrow, Jennifer (2017-04-27)
Cardinal basil (Ocimum basilicum ‘Cardinal’ L.) was grown on a novel, inexpensive, A-frame vertical structure developed at Auburn University. The structures were built from treated lumber with cattle fencing on each of the ...