POT-IN-POT RESOURCES

ORNAMENTALS NORTHWEST SEMINARS - 2000
JOHN M. RUTER AND SVEN E. SVENSON
University of Georgia and Oregon State University



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Anonymous. 1993. Adapted system can handle problems caused by clay soil. Nursery Manager 9(6):50.

Anonymous. 1993. Sticky situation? Not if you take precautions. Nursery Manager 9(6):48-50.

Anonymous. 1993. Winter bonus: Pot-in-Pot can handle the cold. Nursery Manager 9(6):48.

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Fare, D.C., M. Halcomb and S. Mullican. 1999. Application method affects controlled-release fertilizer response in pot-in-pot production. Proc. Southern Nursery Assoc. Res. Conf. 44:97-102.

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Harris, J.R. and J. Fanelli. 1998. Root and shoot growth periodicity of 15-gallon pot-in-pot red and sugar maples. Proc. Southern Nursery Assoc. Res. Conf. 43:91-93.

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Harris, J.R. and A. Niemiera. 1996. Copper treatment of pot-in-pot production containers reduces post-harvest stress of 15-gallon Thundercloud plum. Proc. Southern Nursery Assoc. Res. Conf. 41:283-285.

Harris, J.R., A.X. Niemiera, R.D. Wright and C.H. Parkerson. 1996. Chemically controlling root escape in pot-in-pot production of river birch and yoshino cherry. HortTechnology 6(1):30-34.

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Martin, C.A. and S. Bhattacharya. 1998. Below-ground pot-in-pot (PIP) system and substrate moisture regimen affect growth of two desert trees. HortScience 33(3):504. (Abstr.).

Martin, C.A., L. B. McDowell and S. Bhattacharya. 1999. Below ground pot-in-pot effects on growth of two southwest landscape trees was related to root membrane thermostability. J. Environmental Horticulture 17(2):63-68.

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Mathers, H. 1999. Above ground and pot-in-pot container culture. The Digger 43(9):41-43.

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Ruter, J.M. 1994. Reducing rooting-out problems in pot-in-pot production systems. HortScience 29:481.

Ruter, J.M. 1994. Use of Biobarrier for control of rooting-out in pot-in-pot production systems. Proc. Southern Nursery Assoc. Res. Conf. 39:108-109.

Ruter, J.M. 1994. Evaluation of control strategies for preventing rooting-out problems in pot-in-pot production systems. J. Environmental Horticulture 12:51-55.

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Ruter, J.M. 1995. Growth of southern magnolia in pot-in-pot and above-ground production systems. Proc. Southern Nursery Assoc. Res. Conf. 40:138-139.

Ruter, J.M. 1996. Biobarrier rate influences rooting-out of five tree species produced pot-in-pot. Proc. Southern Nursery Assoc. Res. Conf. 41:104-106.

Ruter, J.M. 1996. High-temperature tolerance of Heritage river birch roots decreased by pot-in-pot production systems. HortScience 31(5):813-814.

Ruter, J.M. 1996. Pot-In-Pot production systems. Handout 2 p.

Ruter, J.M. 1997. Evaluation of Tex-R agroliners for bag-in-pot production. Proc. Southern Nursery Assoc. Res. Conf. 42:162-164.

Ruter, J.M. 1997. The practicality of pot-in-pot. American Nurseryman 185(1):32-37.

Ruter, J.M. 1997. Pot-in-pot production and cyclic irrigation influences growth and evapotranspiration of 'Okame' cherry. HortScience 32(3):546. (Abstr.).

Ruter, J.M. 1997. Cyclic irrigation and pot-in-pot production affect the growth of 'Okame' cherry. Proc. Southern Nursery Assoc. Res. Conf. 42:423-425.

Ruter, J.M. 1998. Pot-in-pot production and cyclic irrigation influence growth and irrigation efficiency of 'Okame' cherries. J. Environmental Horticulture 16(3):155-158.

Ruter, J.M. 1998. Rate of fertilizer application and pot-in-pot production increase growth of Heritage river birch. HortScience 33(3):515. (Abstr.).

Ruter, J.M. 1998. Fertilizer rate and pot-in-pot production increase growth of Heritage river birch. J. Environmental Horticulture 16(3):135-138.

Ruter, J.M. 1998. Pot-in-pot production and fertilizer rates influence growth of river birch. Proc. Southern Nursery Assoc. Res. Conf. 43:56-58.

Ruter, J.M. 1998. First season growth of 'Kanzan' cherry and 'Chanticleer pear in above-ground and pot-in-pot production systems. Georgia Green Industry Assoc. J. 9(2):45-47.

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