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Updated: December 19th, 2023 05:01

2023 journal article

Overcoming the Nursery Industry Labor Shortage: A Survey of Strategies to Adapt to a Reduced Workforce and Automation and Mechanization Technology Adoption Levels

HORTSCIENCE, 58(12), 1513–1525.

By: A. Fulcher*, A. Rihn*, L. Warner*, A. LeBude*, S. Schexnayder*, J. Altland*, N. Bumgarner*, S. Marble* ...

author keywords: barriers to adoption; extension; green industry; labor scarcity; motivators to adoption; technology diffusion
Sources: Web Of Science, ORCID
Added: December 18, 2023

2020 journal article

Dolomite and Micronutrient Fertilizer Affect Phosphorus Fate When Growing Crape Myrtle in Pine Bark

HORTSCIENCE, 55(6), 832–840.

By: J. Shreckhise*, J. Owen*, M. Eick*, A. Niemiera*, J. Altland* & B. Jackson*

author keywords: chemical speciation; controlled-release fertilizer; Lagerstroemia; mineral nutrient uptake; phosphorus fractionation; soilless substrate
TL;DR: This research suggests that amending pine bark substrate with dolomite and a sulfate-based micronutrient fertilizer should be considered a best management practice for nursery crop production. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science; OpenAlex)
Source: Web Of Science
Added: July 27, 2020

2020 journal article

Modeling water fluxes through containerized soilless substrates using HYDRUS

VADOSE ZONE JOURNAL, 19(1).

Source: Web Of Science
Added: March 8, 2021

2020 journal article

The Use of Dewpoint Hygrometry to Measure Low Water Potentials in Soilless Substrate Components and Composites

AGRONOMY-BASEL, 10(9).

By: J. Fields*, W. Fonteno n, B. Jackson n, J. Heitman n & J. Owen*

author keywords: available water; coconut coir; dewpoint potentiometer; peat; pine bark; pine tree substrate; substrate processing; surface-bound water; unavailable water; wood substrate
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science)
6. Clean Water and Sanitation (OpenAlex)
Source: Web Of Science
Added: November 9, 2020

2018 journal article

Physical and Hydraulic Properties of Commercial Pine-bark Substrate Products Used in Production of Containerized Crops

HORTSCIENCE, 53(12), 1883–1890.

By: J. Altland, J. Owen*, B. Jackson* & J. Fields*

author keywords: aged bark; air space; dynamic physical properties; evaporative method; fresh bark; particle size; Pinus taeda; porometer; sand; static physical properties; water holding capacity
TL;DR: When comparing hydrological properties across three pine bark sources, readily available water content was unaffected; however, moisture characteristic curves (MCC) differed due to particle size distribution affecting the residual water content and subsequent shift from gravitational to either capillary or hygroscopic water. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
Source: Web Of Science
Added: January 14, 2019

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