Title

In-ground fabric containers as an alternative nursery crop production system

Document Type

Article

Journal/Book Title/Conference

HortTechnology

Volume

8

Issue

2

Publisher

American Society for Horticultural Science

Publication Date

4-1-1998

First Page

159

Last Page

163

Abstract

Nursery crops have traditionally been grown in the field and harvested as balled and burlapped or bareroot plants or grown in above-ground containers. A relatively recent product, the in-ground fabric container, has allowed producers to combine advantages of field production with those of container production. The effect of these containers on plant growth, transplant establishment, plant chemical composition, and water relations appears to be species and site specific.

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