J. Heinrich Lieth - Publication List for time as Full Professor

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39. Fisher, P.R., J.H. Lieth and R.D. Heins, 1998. Predicting variability in anthesis of Easter lily (Lilium longiflorum Thunb.) populations in response to temperature. Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Models for Plant Growth, Environmental Control and Farm Management in Protected Cultivation. Acta Horticulturae 456:117-124.
40. Lieth, J.H. and A.N.M. de Koning, 1998. Advances and bottlenecks in modelling morphology and development: Summary of a group discussion. Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Models for Plant Growth, Environmental Control and Farm Management in Protected Cultivation. Acta Horticulturae 456:171-172.
41. Lieth, J.H, 1999. Crop management models for decision support and automated optimization. In Models for Plant Growth and Control of the Shoot and Root Environments in Greenhouses eds B. Bar-Yosef and I. Seginer. Acta Horticulturae 507:271-277.
42. Eymar, E., J.H. Lieth and L.R. Oki, 1999. Continuous measurement of substrate electrical conductivity in container grown plants. In Models for Plant Growth and Control of the Shoot and Root Environments in Greenhouses eds B. Bar-Yosef and I. Seginer. Acta Horticulturae 507:69-75.
43. Fisher P.R. and J. H. Lieth, 2000. Variability in flower development of Easter lily (Lilium longiflorum Thunb.): model and decision-support system. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 26:53-64.
44. Raviv, M., J.H. Lieth and R. Wallach, 2001. The effect of root-zone physical properties of coir and UC mix on performance of cut rose (cv. Kardinal). In: Bar-Tal, A. and Z. Plaut (Eds.). Proceedings of the World Congress on Soilless Culture. May 14-18, 2000. International Society for Horticultural Science. Acta Horticulturae 554:231-238.
45. Oki, L.R., J.H. Lieth and S. Tjosvold, 2001. Irrigation of Rosa hybrida L. ‛Kardinal’ based on soil moisture tension increases productivity and flower quality. In: Zieslin, N. and H. Agbari (Eds.) Proceedings of the International Symposium on Rose Research and Cultivation. ISHS. Acta Horticulturae 547:213-219.
46. Raviv, M. D.W. Burger, and J.H Lieth, 2001. Microcalorimetry: A novel approach to decision making in cut rose production. In: Zieslin, N. and H. Agbari (Eds.) Proceedings of the symposium on rose research and cultivation. Acta Horticulturae 547:105-110.
47. Kim, S.-H. and J. H. Lieth, 2001. Modeling diurnal variation of whole-plant photosynthesis of greenhouse roses. In: Zieslin, N. and H. Agbari (Eds.) Proceedings of the Symposium on Rose Research and Cultivation. Acta Horticulturae 547:111-120.
48. Shin, H.K., J.H. Lieth, and S.-H. Kim, 2001. Effects of temperature on leaf area and flower size in rose. In: Zieslin, N. and H. Agbari (Eds.) Proceedings of the Symposium on Rose Research and Cultivation. Acta Horticulturae 547:185-192.
49. Lieth, J.H. and S.-H. Kim. 2001 Effect of shoot-bending in relation to root media on cut-flower production in roses. In: Zieslin, N. and H. Agbari (Eds.) Proceedings of the Symposium on Rose Research and Cultivation. Acta Horticulturae 547:303-310.
50. Eymar, E , L.R. Oki and J. H. Lieth. 2001. Continuous measurements of electrical conductivity in growing media using a modified suction probe: Initial calibration and potential usefulness. Plant and Soil 230:67-75.
51. Raviv,M., J. H. Lieth, D.W. Burger and R Wallach. 2001. Optimization of transpiration and potential growth rates of cut rose (CV. Kardinal) with respect to root-zone physical properties. Journal of the American Society of Horticulture Science.126(5):638-643.
52. Schröder, F.-G. and J.H. Lieth, 2002. Irrigation Control in Hydroponics. In: D. Savvas and H. Passam (Eds.) Hydroponic Production of Vegetables and Ornamentals Embryo Publications, Athens Greece, p 263-298.
53. Steininger, J., C.C. Pasian and J.H. Lieth. 2002. Extension of a thermal unit model to represent nonlinearities in temperature response of miniature rose development. Journal of the American Society of Horticulture Science. 127(3):349-354.
54 Lieth, J.H. and L.R. Oki, Editors. 2002. Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Models for Plant Growth and Control in Greenhouses: Modeling for the 21st Century - Agronomic and Greenhouse Crop Models. Acta Horticulturae, 593, 270pp.
55 Kim, S.-H. and J.H. Lieth. 2002. Modeling Photosynthesis of Heterogeneous Rose Crop Canopies in the Greenhouse. In: Lieth, J.H. and L.R. Oki, (Eds.) Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Models for Plant Growth and Control in Greenhouses: Modeling for the 21st Century - Agronomic and Greenhouse Crop Models. Acta Horticulturae, 593:121-130.
56 Kim, S.-H. and J.H. Lieth. 2003. Parameterization and Testing of a Coupled Model of Photosynthesis-stomatal Conductance for Greenhouse Rose Crop. In: Lieth, J.H. and L.R. Oki (Eds.) Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Models for Plant Growth and Control in Greenhouses: Modeling for the 21st Century - Agronomic and Greenhouse Crop Models. Acta Horticulturae, 593:113-120.
57 Chauhan, P.M., W. S. Kim, J. H. Lieth 2003. Combined Effect of Whitening and Ventilation Methods on Microclimate and transpiration in Rose Greenhouses. Proceedings of the International Conference on Thermal Energy Storage Technologies March 21-24, 2003, Devi Ahilya University, Indore, India
58 Kim S.H. and J.H. Lieth, 2003. A Coupled Model of Photosynthesis, Stomatal Conductance, and Transpiration for a Rose Leaf (Rosa hybrida L.). Annals of Botany 91:771-781. (error correction)
59 Kim S.H. and J.H. Lieth. 2004. Effect of shoot-bending on productivity and economic value estimation of cut-flower roses grown in Coir and UC Mix. Scientia Horticulturae 99: 331-343.
60 Oki, L.R. and J.H. Lieth. 2004. Effect of Changes in Substrate Salinity on the Elongation of Rosa hybrida L. 'Kardinal' Stems. Scientia Horticulturae 101:103-11.
61 Silberbush, M. and J.H. Lieth, 2004. Nitrate and potassium uptake by greenhouse roses (Rosa hybrida) along successive flower-cut cycles: a model and its calibration. Scientia Horticulturae 101: 127-141.
62 Poss, J.A., W.B. Russell P.J. Shouse, R.S. Austin, S.R. Grattan, C.M. Grieve, J.H. Lieth, and L. Zenga. 2004. A volumetric lysimeter system (VLS): an alternative to weighing lysimeters for plant-water relations studies. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 43 (2004) 55-68.
63 Kim, S.H., K.A. Shackel, J.H. Lieth. 2004. Bending alters water balance and reduces photosynthesis of rose shoots. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 129:896-901.
64 Schroeder, F.-G. and J.H. Lieth,.2004. Gas Composition and Oxygen Supply in the Root Environment of Substrates in Closed Hydroponic Systems. Acta Hort 644:299-305.
65 Kim, G.H., D.W. Burger, H. Lieth, N.H. Choi and B.R. Jeong, 2006. Metabolic heat and CO2 evolution rates measured by calorimetry during different in vitro induction processes of Cineraria. Thermochimica Acta 447:52-56.
66 Oki, L.R., Mattson, N.S. and J.H. Lieth, 2006. Predicting stem length of cut flower roses at harvest using stem elongation rates in relationship to developmental events. Acta Horticulturae. 718:113-120.
67 Mattson, N.S., J.H. Lieth and W.S. Kim, 2006. Modeling the Influence of Cyclical Plant Growth and Nutrient Storage on N, P, and K Absorption by Hydroponically Grown Cut Flower Roses. Acta Horticulturae. 718:445-452.
68 Mattson, N.S. and Lieth, J.H. 2007. The effect of temperature on year-round development of rose shoots initiated using cutting or bending. Acta Horticulturae 751:121-128.
69 Mattson, N.S. and Lieth, J.H. 2007. Modeling macronutrient absorption of hydroponically grown cut flower roses. Acta Horticulturae 751:129-135.
70 Kim S.-H., Fisher P.R., J.H. Lieth, 2007. Analysis and modeling of gas exchange processes in Scaevola aemula. Scientia Horticulturae 114: 170-176.
71 Michael Raviv and J.H. Lieth, editors, 2008. Soilless Culture: Theory and Practice, Elsevier B.V., Oxford UK, Amsterdam NL, and Burlington MA USA. pp 573. (only galley proofs of non-chapter items are included)
72 Michael Raviv and J.H. Lieth, 2008. Significance of Soilless Culture in Agriculture. Chapter 1. In: Soilless Culture: Theory and Practice, eds.: Michael Raviv and J.H. Lieth. Elsevier Publisher, p. 1–10. (galley proofs included)
73 Lieth, J.H and L.R. Oki, 2008. Irrigation in Soilless Production. Chapter 4. In: Soilless Culture: Theory and Practice, eds.: Michael Raviv and J.H. Lieth. Elsevier Publisher, p. 117–156. (galley proofs included)
74 E. A. van Os, Th. H. Gieling and J. H. Lieth, 2008. Technical Equipment in Soilless Production Systems. Chapter 5. In: Soilless Culture: Theory and Practice, eds.: Michael Raviv and J.H. Lieth. Elsevier Publisher, p. 157–208. (galley proofs included)
75 Michael Raviv, J.H. Lieth, A. Bar-Tal and A. Silber, 2008. Growing Plants in Soilless Culture: Operational Conclusions. Chapter 13. In: Soilless Culture: Theory and Practice, eds.: Michael Raviv and J.H. Lieth. Elsevier Publisher, p. 545–572. (galley proofs included)
76 Mattson, N.S. and Lieth, J.H., 2007. A software tool for scheduling production of cut flower stems of Rosa hybrida based on thermal units. Acta Hort. (ISHS) 761:609-616
77 Mattson, N.S., Lieth, J.H., Choi, G.L., and W.S. Kim, 2008. Changes in Root Surface Area, Nutrient Absorption Activity, and Root Carbohydrate Concentration during Crop Cycles of Rosa hybrida ‘Kardinal’ Plants Grown in Solution Culture. Acta Hort. 766:73-80.
78 Kim, W.S., M.-Y. Roh, J.H. Lieth, 2008. Nutrient Uptake Potential of Cut Roses (Rosa hybrida L.) in Soilless Culture. Acta Hort. 766:45-52.
79 Flannery, R.J. and J.H. Lieth, 2008. Effects of Plant Root Oxygen Deprivation in Relation to Water and Nitrate Uptake for Rose. Acta Hort. 766:53-57
80 Kim, W.S., M.-Y. Roh, J.H. Lieth, and N.S. Mattson, 2008. Simulation for Year-Round Nutrient Uptake of Greenhouse Roses over Flowering Cycles. Acta Hort. 766:65-72.
81 Massa, D. N.S. Mattson, and H. Lieth, 2008. An empirical model to simulate sodium absorption in roses growing in a hydroponic system. Scientia Horticulturae 118:228–235
82 Mattson, N.S., J.H. Lieth, W.-S. Kim. 2008.Temporal dynamics of nutrient and carbohydrate distribution during crop cycles of Rosa spp. ‘Kardinal’ in response to light availability. Scientia Horticulturae 118: 246–254
83 Mattson, N.and H. Lieth, 2008. ‘Kardinal’ Rose Exhibits Growth Plasticity and Enhanced Nutrient Absorption Kinetics Following Nitrate, Phosphate, and Potassium Deprivation. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci.133(3):341–350. 
84 Bar-Yosef, B., Mattson, N.S., and H.Lieth, 2009. Effects of NH4:NO3:urea ratio on cut roses yield, leaf nutrients content and proton efflux by roots in closed hydroponic system. Scientia Horticulturae 122:610–619 
85 Massa, D. N.S. Mattson, and H. Lieth, 2009. Effects of saline root environment (NaCl) on nitrate and potassium uptake kinetics for rose plants: a Michaelis–Menten modelling approach. Plant Soil 318:101–115


In Press as of Sep 2010:
01Raviv, M., S. Medina, C. Wendin, and J.H. Lieth.
Development of alternate cut-flower rose greenhouse temperature set-points based on calorimetric plant tissue evaluation. Scientia Horticulturae,
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Category 2: Reports, Regular

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14. Lieth, H. , 1998. To pinch or bend? Manipulating cut rose quantity and quality in greenhouse production. Growing Points 2(3):2-4.
15. Lieth, J.H., L.R. Oki and S-H Kim (Eds.), 1998. Proceedings of the Rose Production Technology Workshop. September 17-20, 1997. Roses, Inc. 185 pages.
16. Lieth, J.H., 1998. The environment and other factors. Proceedings of the Rose Production Technology Workshop. September 17-20, 1997. Eds: J.H. Lieth, L.R.Oki and S-H. Kim. Roses, Inc. p. 16-18.
17. Lieth, J.H., 1998. How can models be used in rose production. Proceedings of the Rose Production Technology Workshop. September 17-20, 1997. Eds: J.H. Lieth, L.R.Oki and S-H. Kim. Roses, Inc. p. 21-36.
18. Lieth, J.H., 1998. A rose model as a framework for exploring new information on roses. Proceedings of the Rose Production Technology Workshop. Eds: J.H. Lieth, L.R.Oki and S-H. Kim. September 17-20, 1997. Roses, Inc. p. 37-48.
19. Lieth, J.H., 1998. Capturing light and leaf area index. Proceedings of the Rose Production Technology Workshop. September 17-20. Eds: J.H. Lieth, L.R.Oki and S-H. Kim. Roses, Inc. p. 65-70.
20. Lieth, J.H., 1998. Review of workshop discussions and implications for the rose model. Proceedings of the Rose Production Technology Workshop. September 17-20. Eds: J.H. Lieth, L.R.Oki and S-H. Kim. Roses, Inc. p. 171-184.
21. Lieth, H., S.-H. Kim and M. Reid, 1999. Development of optimal rose canopy management strategies for rose growers: "Bending" vs. traditional production. Report Period: July 1, 1997 - June 30, 1998. Roses Inc. Bulletin. p. 45-51.
22. Raviv, M. and H. Lieth, 1999. The effect of water availability on rose productivity. Progress Report to Roses Inc. and the Joseph Hill Memorial Foundation. Report Period July 1, 1998 - December 31, 1998. 2 pp.
23. Lieth, H. and S. Kim, 1999. Development of optimal rose canopy management strategies for rose growers: "Bending" versus traditional production. Final Report to Roses Inc. and the Joseph Hill Memorial Foundation. Report period: January 1-June 30, 1999. 14 pp.
24. Lieth, H. and M. Raviv, 1999. The effect of water availability on rose productivity. Progress Report to Roses Inc. and the Joseph Hill Memorial Foundation. Report period: January 1-June 30, 1999. 7 pp.
25. Lieth, J.H and S.-H.Kim, 2000. The effect of water availability on rose productivity. Progress Report to Roses Incorporated and the Joseph Hill Memorial Foundation. Report period: July 1-Dec 31, 1999. 5 pages.
26. Lieth, J.H., S.-H.Kim and L.R. Oki, 2000. The effect of water availability on rose productivity. Progress Report to Roses Inc and the Joseph Hill Memorial Foundation. Report period: July 1, 1999 - June 30, 2000. 10 pages.
27. Lieth, J.H., 2000. Is the Internet Going to Hurt You? CORF News 4(1):11
28. Eymar, E., L.R. Oki and J.H. Lieth, 2000. Medida en contínuo de la conductividad eléctrica de sustrato de cultivo mediante una sonda de succión modificada. In: Cuadrado, I.M. and P. Lorenzo (Eds.) Proceedings of the Sociedad Española de Ciencias Hortícolas. Actas de Horticultura 32:85-93.
29. Lieth, J.H., 2001. Changing Cut-flower Rose Timing in Relation to Changing Greenhouse Temperature Set-points. CORF News 5(1):1,3
30. Lieth, J.H. and S.H.Kim, 2001. Development of a model for rose productivity : Leaf photosynthesis model. Progress Report to Roses Inc and the Joseph Hill Memorial Foundation. Report period: July 1 - Dec 30, 2000. 4 pages.
31. Lieth J.H., 2001. Determining cut-flower rose timing in relation to changing greenhouse temperature set-points. Progress Report to Roses Inc and the Joseph Hill Memorial Foundation. Report period: July 1 - Dec 30, 2000. 4 pages.
32. Lieth, J.H. L.-Y. Li, and B.M. Jenkins, 2001. Modeling Greenhouse Temperature for Energy Efficient Production. Final Progress Report, California Energy Commission, Public Interest Research Program, EISG Program. Feb 2001. 32 pages
33. Lieth, J.H., 2001. Notes from the Chair. Growing Points 5(3):6
34. S.H. Kim and J.H. Lieth, 2001. CO2 Enrichment in Roses Under Winter Conditions. CORF News. 5(3):1-2.
35. Lieth J.H., 2001. Development of a model for rose productivity, Aug 2001 Progress Report to Roses Inc and the Joseph Hill Memorial Foundation. Report period: July 1, 2000 - Jun 30, 2001. 11 pages.
36. Lieth, J.H., 2001. Notes from the Chair. Growing Points 5(4):6
37. Lieth, J.H., 2002. Greenhouse Irrigation: The need for precision and uniformity. New Ag International March 2002, p.35-43
38. Lieth, J.H., 2002. Development of a model for rose productivity. Progress Report to the International Cut Flower Growers Association Feb 2002. 3 pages.
39. Lieth, J.H., 2002. Notes from the Chair. Growing Points 6(1):6
40. Lieth, J.H., 2002. Notes from the Chair. Growing Points 6(2):4,7.
41. Lieth, J.H., M. Silberbush, and L. R. Oki, 2002. Development of a model for rose productivity. Progress report to the International Cut Flower Growers Association. Aug 2002. 7 pages.
42. Lieth, J.H., 2002. Notes from the Chair. Growing Points 6(3):7-8
43. Lieth, J.H., 2002. Notes from the Chair. Growing Points 6(4):5-6.
44. Lieth, J.H. R.E. Lane and L.L. Dodge, 2003. UC Davis Environmental Horticulture Department Establishes IR-4 Center. Growing Points 7(1):1.
45. Lieth, J.H., 2003. Notes from the Chair. Growing Points 7(1):6.
46. Lieth, J.H., 2003. Irrigation Management in Greenhouses. Published workshop proceedings (CD format).NewAg International Conference, Barcelona Spain. Mar 28, 2003. New Ag International Magazine.
47. Lieth, J.H. and L.R. Oki, 2003. Effect of Electrical Conductivity of the Soil Solution on Stem Elongation in Fertigated Roses. Published proceedings of invited talk (CD format). NewAg International Conference, Barcelona Spain. Mar 29, 2003. New Ag International Magazine.
48. Lieth, J.H., 2003. Notes from the Chair. Growing Points 7(2):6.
49. Lieth, J.H., 2003. Notes from the Chair. Growing Points 7(3):6.
50. Lieth, J.H. and Robert Flannery, 2003. Development of a model for rose productivity. International Cut Flower Growers Bulletin, Sep 2003.
51. Lieth, J.H., 2003. Tony Kofranek To Be Inducted Into the California Floriculture Hall of Fame. Growing Points 7(4):1 and 8.
52. Lieth, J.H., 2003. UC Davis Students Tour Horticultural Research Facilities and Universities in Germany. Growing Points 7(4):2.
53. Lieth, J.H., 2003. Notes from the Chair. Growing Points 7(4):6.
54. Lieth, J.H., 2004. UC Davis. Reorganization of the Plant Science Departments at UC Davis. Growing Points 8(1):1-2.
55. Lieth, J.H., 2004. Notes from the Chair. Growing Points 8(1):2.
56. Lieth, J.H., R. Flannery and N. Mattson, 2004. Development of a model for rose productivity. International Cut Flower Growers Bulletin, May 2004
57. Lieth, J.H., 2004. Notes from the Chair. Growing Points 8(2):6-7.
58. Mattson, N. R. Flannery and J.H. Lieth, 2004. Development of a model for rose productivity. International Cut Flower Growers Bulletin, Sep 2004
59 Lieth, J.H., N. Mattson, and R Flannery. Development of a model for rose productivity. International Cut Flower Growers Bulletin, Feb 2005
60 Raviv, M., S. Medina, and J.H. Lieth. Calorespirometry: a Novel Approach to Predicting Energy Requirements of Greenhouse Flower crops. International Cut Flower Growers Bulletin Jan 2006
61 Lieth, J.H. Final Report on the Rose Cut-flower modeling work. International Cut Flower Growers Bulletin Jan 2006
62 Raviv, M. and J.H. Lieth. Calorespirometry: a Novel Approach to Predicting Energy Requirements of Greenhouse Flower crops. International Cut Flower Growers Bulletin Aug 2006
63 Lieth, H. Development of protocols for optimization of branching and flower counts in cut-flower gerbera production. International Cut Flower Growers Bulletin Aug 2006
64 Lieth, J.H. and M. Raviv. Calorespirometry: a Novel Approach to Predicting Energy Requirements of Greenhouse Flower crops. International Cut Flower Growers Bulletin Feb 2007
65 Swanson, S. and J.H. Lieth, 2007 Development of protocols for optimization of branching and flower counts in cut-flower gerbera production. International Cut Flower Growers Bulletin Feb 2007
66 Swanson, S. and J.H. Lieth, 2007. Development of protocols for optimization of branching and flower counts in cut-flower Gerbera production: investigation of photoperiod effect. International Cut Flower Growers Bulletin Sep 2007
67 Harada, Y., Swanson, S. and J.H. Lieth, 2008 Development of protocols for optimization of branching and flower counts in cut-flower Gerbera production. International Cut Flower Growers Bulletin Feb 2008
68 Lieth, J.H. and M. Raviv, 2008. Final Report: Calorespirometry: a novel approach to predicting energy requirements of greenhouse flower crops International Cut Flower Growers Bulletin Feb 2008
69 Jennifer Orsi and Heiner Lieth, 2009. Development of a new method for breaking buds on ornamental flowering plants. International Cut Flower Growers Bulletin Feb 2009
70 Jennifer Orsi and Heiner Lieth, 2009. Development of a new method for breaking buds on ornamental flowering plants. International Cut Flower Growers Bulletin Aug 2009
71 Jennifer Orsi and Heiner Lieth, 2010. Development of a new method for breaking buds on ornamental flowering plants. International Cut Flower Growers Bulletin Feb 2010
72 Jennifer Orsi and Heiner Lieth, 2010. Development of a new method for breaking buds on ornamental flowering plants. International Cut Flower Growers Bulletin Feb 2010


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Category 3: Reports, Limited Distribution

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40. Lieth, J.H., 1996. Increasing productivity of greenhouse cut flower crops while reducing runoff through automated irrigation based on soil moisture tension. Mid-term Progress report to the California Cut-flower Commission - 1996. 6 pp.
41. Lieth, J.H. and L.R. Oki, 1997. Verification of substantial increases in cut-flower production resulting from controlling irrigation based on soil moisture tension. Final Report to the California Cut-flower Commission - 1997. 8 pp.
42. Lieth, H. and S. Kim, 1997. Development of optimal rose canopy management strategies for California growers: "Bending" versus traditional production. Progress Report to the California Cut Flower Commission, August 1997. 6 pp.
43. Kim, S-H and J.H. Lieth, 1997. Effects of shoot-bending on cut-flower production in hydroponic and non-hydroponic roses. Final Report to the California Cut Flower Commission. 6 pp.
44. Lieth, H. and S-H Kim, 1998. Development of optimal rose canopy management strategies for California growers: "Bending" versus traditional production (year 2). Progress Report to the California Cut Flower Commission - 1998. 6 pp.
45. Lieth, H. and S-H Kim, 1998. Development of optimal rose canopy management strategies for California growers: "Bending" versus traditional production (year 2). Final Report to the California Cut Flower Commission - 1998. 8 pp.
46. Lieth, H. and S-H Kim, 1999. Development of optimal rose canopy management strategies for California growers: "Bending" versus traditional production (year 3) - Where are the profits? Progress Report to the California Cut Flower Commission - 1999. 4 pp.
47. Lieth, J.H., L.Y. Li and B.M. Jenkins, 1999. Simulating and optimizing greenhouse microclimate for energy efficient production. Final Report for the University of California Energy Institute. October 30, 1999. 17 pp.
48. Li L.-Y., J.H. Lieth, and B.M. Jenkins, 2000. Modeling Greenhouse Temperature for Energy Efficient Production. First Progress Report, California Energy Commission, Energy Innovations Small Grant Program. January 15, 2000, 11 pages.
49. Li L.-Y., J.H. Lieth, and B.M. Jenkins, 2000. Modeling Greenhouse Temperature for Energy Efficient Production. Second Progress Report, California Energy Commission, Energy Innovations Small Grant Program. April 15, 2000, 16 pages.
50. Lieth, J.H. and S.H. Kim, 2000. Development of optimal rose canopy management strategies for California growers: "bending" versus "traditional" production where are the profits? 1999/2000 Funding Year - Final Report to the Kee Kitayama Research Foundation. June 2000. 10 pages.
51. Lieth, J.H. L.-Y. Li, and B.M. Jenkins, 2000. Modeling Greenhouse Temperature for Energy Efficient Production. Third Progress Report, California Energy Commission, Energy Innovations Small Grant Program. Aug 15, 2000, 7 pages.
52. Kim, S.-H., L.R. Oki and J.H.Lieth, 2000. Final Report on the Third International Symposium on Rose Research and Cultivation. Submitted to Roses Incorporated September 2000. 16 pages.
53. Lieth, J.H and L. Sun, 2000. Watchdog Data Logger Test Summary. Report for Spectrum Technologies, October 2000. 4 pages.
54. Lieth, J.H., 2001. Develop Mathematical Models to Manage Irrigation, Fertilization, Run-Off in Greenhouses. USDA AD-421 Progress Report Project Number: 5306-21000-001-01S. Sep 2001
55. Lieth, J.H., 2002. Develop Mathematical Models to Manage Irrigation, Fertilization, Run-Off in Greenhouses. USDA AD-421 Progress Report Project Number: 5306-21000-001-01S. Aug 2002.
56. Lieth, J.H., M. Raviv, D.W. Burger, H. Ziadna and S. Medina, 2002. Effects of Root Zone Temperature, Oxygen Concentration, and Moisture Content on Actual Vs. Potential Growth of Greenhouse Crops. BARD Project NO. US-3240-01 Progress report. Nov 2002. 7 pages.
57. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still and R.E. Lane, 2003. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Sumagic (Uniconazole) for Growth control of Mexican Sage (Salvia leucantha 'Santa Barbara'). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 19614A. pp 11.
58. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still and R.E. Lane, 2003. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Florel (Ethephon) for Growth Control of Flamenettle (Coleus sp. Cv. "A"). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 13526A. pp 16.
59. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still and R.E. Lane, 2003. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Florel (Ethephon) for Growth Control of Flamenettle (Coleus sp. Cv. "B"). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 13526A. pp 16.
60. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still and R.E. Lane, 2003. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Florel (Ethephon) for Growth Control of Flamenettle (Coleus sp. Cv. "C"). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 13526A. pp 16.
61. Lieth, H., B. Falk, H. Ferris, L. Godfrey, T. Gradziel, T. Hartz, T. Metcalf, G. Pearson, E. Rejmankova, J. Richards, L. Teuber, S. Theg, M.A. Walker, T. Kaiser, 2003. UCDavis Centralized Greenhouse Oversight and Facility Management Model, Final Report. Submitted to Neal van Alfen, Dean College of Ag and Env Sci, UCDavis. July 2003. pp.20
62. Lieth, J.H., 2003. Develop Mathematical Models to Manage Irrigation, Fertilization, Run-Off in Greenhouses. USDA AD-421 Progress Report Project Number: 5306-21000-001-01S. Aug 2003. pp. 5.
63. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still and R.E. Lane, 2003. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Sumagic (Uniconazole) on Feather Reed Grass (Calamagrostis acutiflora cv. 'Overdam'). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 13568A. pp 11.
64. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still and R.E. Lane, 2003. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Sumagic (Uniconazole) on Egyptian Star-Cluster (Pentas lanceolata cv. 'Butterfly Pink'). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 13512A. pp 19.
65. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still and R.E. Lane, 2003. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Rhapsody (Bacillus subtilis) for Control of Botrytis cinerea on Lily (Lilium 'Star Gazer' and 'Show Winner'). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 20287A. pp 8.
66. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still and R.E. Lane, 2003. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Florel (Ethephon) for Defoliation of Japanese Rose (Rosa rugosa 'Hansa'). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 18815A. pp 12.
67. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still and R.E. Lane, 2003. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Florel (Ethephon) for Seed Prevention in Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 07146A. pp 11.
68. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still and R.E. Lane, 2003. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Florel (Ethephon) for Growth Control of Sweet Potato Vine (Ipomoea batatas 'Tricolor'). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 13533A. pp 13.
69. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still and R.E. Lane, 2003. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Sumagic (Uniconazole) for Growth Control of Sweet Potato Vine (Ipomoea batatas 'Tricolor'). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 13509A. pp 13.
70. Lieth, J.H. Lieth, Michael Raviv, and David W. Burger, 2003. Effects of Root Zone Temperature, Oxygen Concentration, and Moisture Content on Actual Vs. Potential Growth of Greenhouse Crops. BARD NO. US-3240-01 Progress Report 2003
71. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still and R.E. Lane, 2003. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Florel (Ethephon) for Growth control of Flamenettle (Coleus 'Molten Lava'). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 13526A. pp 18.
72. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still and R.E. Lane, 2004. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Cycocel (Chlormequat Chloride) for Growth Control of Angelonia (Angelonia angustifolia 'Carita Purple'). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 13495A. pp 15.
73. Lieth, J.H., 2004. Report of the UCDavis International Horticulture Tour to Germany - August 2003. Submitted to Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD) pp. 25.
74. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still and R.E. Lane, 2004. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Sumagic (Uniconazole) for Growth Control of Ornamental Kale (Brassica oleracea 'Nagoya Mix'). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 18455A. pp 16
75. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane and J. Bergquist, 2004. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Cycocel (Chlormequat Chloride) for Growth Control of Sweet Potato Vine (Ipomoea batatas 'Tricolor'). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 13497A. pp 12.
76. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane and J. Bergquist, 2004. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Cycocel (Chlormequat Chloride) for Growth Control of Umbrella Tree (Schefflera actinophylla). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 19674A. pp 11.
77. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberrelic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Aquilegia (Aquilegia vulgaris plena 'Black Barlow'). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23221A - July 6, 2004. pp 14
78. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberrelic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Aster (Aster novae angliae 'Purple Dome'). Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23216A - July 7, 2004. pp 15.
79. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberrelic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Rudbeckia (Rudbeckia fulgida 'Goldsturm'). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23200A - July 7, 2004, pp. 16.
80. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberrelic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Solidago (Solidago rugosa 'Fireworks'). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23229A - July 7, 2004, pp. 15.
81. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberrelic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Lady's Mantle (Alchemilla mollis 'Auslese'). Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23230A; July 20, 2004. pp 18.
82. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Dead Nettle (Lamium maculatum 'Shell Pink'). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23224A - July 20, 2004, pp. 17.
83. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead'). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23232A - July 20, 2004, pp. 14.
84. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Lamb's Ears (Stachys byzantina 'Silver Carpet'). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23231A - July 20, 2004, pp. 18.
85. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Tickseed (Coreopsis grandiflora 'Baby Sun'). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23198A - July 22, 2004, pp.13
86. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Hibiscus (Hibiscus moscheutos 'Disco Belle Pink'). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23196A - July 22, 2004, pp. 15.
87. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Beard-Tongue (Penstemon sp. 'Red Rocks'). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23201A - July 22, 2004, pp. 15.
88. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Mexican Sage (Salvia leucantha). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23211A - July 22, 2004, pp. 15.
89. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Bluebeard (Caryopteris clandonensis 'Longwood Blue'). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23218A - July 29, 2004, pp. 14
90. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Gaura (Gaura lindheimeri 'Siskiyou Pink'). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23227A - July 29, 2004, pp.14.
91. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Russian Sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23202A - July 29, 2004, pp.15.
92. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Phlox (Phlox divaricata ssp. laphamii). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23194A - July 29, 2004, pp. 16.
93. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Batchelor's Button (Centaurea montana). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23223A - August 3, 2004, pp 16.
94. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid)for Enhanced Branching of Blanket Flower (Gaillardia × grandiflora 'Summer Kiss'). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23203A - August 3, 2004, pp. 14.
95. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of St. John's Wort (Hypericum calycinum). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23206A - August 3, 2004, pp. 15.
96. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Candytuft (Iberis sempervirens 'Snowflake'). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23212A - August 3, 2004, pp.15.
97. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of False Dragonhead (Physostegia virginiana 'Vivid'). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23225A - August 3, 2004, pp. 16.
98. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, L. Ragaini, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Vervain (Verbena canadensis 'Homestead Purple'). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23190A - August 3, 2004, pp. 16.
99. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of White Mugwort (Artemisia lactiflora 'Guizho'). Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23213A - August 9, 2004. pp 15.
100. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Bellflower (Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty'). Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23217A - August 9, 2004. pp 15.
101. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum × superbum 'Snowlady'). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23199A - August 9, 2004, pp. 15.
102. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Treasure Flower (Gazania linearis 'Colorado Gold'). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23228A - August 30, 2004, pp. 14
103. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Beebalm (Monarda didyma 'Jacob Kline'). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23193A - August 30, 2004, pp. 14.
104. Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, and J.N. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Stonecrop (Sedum spurium). Project: Interregional Research Project #4, Project Number 23195A - August 30, 2004, pp. 15.
105. Lieth, J.H., 2004. Develop Mathematical Models to Manage Irrigation, Fertilization, Run-Off in Greenhouses. USDA AD-421 Progress Report Project Number: 5306-21000-001-01S. Sept 2004. pp. 5.
106. Lieth, J.H. and W. S. Kim, 2004. Development of a Model for Rose Productivity with regard to nutrient uptake. Progress report for Rural Development Administration, South Korea. September 24, 2004, pp.9.
107 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia ‘Vera’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23765A. pp 14.
108 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metaolachlor) on English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia ‘Vera’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23839A. pp 14.
109 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia ‘Vera’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23802A. pp 14.
110 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Hen and Chicks (Sempervivum tectorum ‘Sunset’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23773A. pp 15.
111 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metolachlor) on Hen and Chicks (Sempervivum tectorum ‘Sunset’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23847A. pp 15.
112 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Hen and Chicks (Sempervivum tectorum ‘Sunset’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23810A. pp 15.
113 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Purple Rock Cress (Aubretia ‘Whitewell Gem’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23750A. pp 15.
114 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metolachlor) on Purple Rock Cress (Aubretia ‘Whitewell Gem’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23824A. pp 15.
115 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Purple Rock Cress (Aubretia ‘Whitewell Gem’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23787A. pp 15.
116 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Blue Flax (Linum perenne ‘Saffire’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23767A. pp 16.
117 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metolachlor) on Blue Flax (Linum perenne ‘Saffire’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23841A. pp 16.
118 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Blue Flax (Linum perenne ‘Saffire’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23804A. pp 16.
119 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Catmint (Nepeta X faassenii ‘Dropmore’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23769A. pp 16.
120 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metolachlor) on Catmint (Nepeta X faassenii ‘Dropmore’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23843A. pp 16.
121 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Catmint (Nepeta X faassenii ‘Dropmore’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23806A. pp 16.
122 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Lady’s Mantle (Alchemilla mollis ‘Auslese’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23745A. pp 15.
123 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metolachlor) on Lady’s Mantle (Alchemilla mollis ‘Auslese’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23819A. pp 15.
124 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Lady’s Mantle (Alchemilla mollis ‘Auslese’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23782A. pp 15.
125 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Wrinkleleaf Goldenrod (Solidago rugosa ‘Fireworks’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23777A. pp 15.
126 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metolachlor) on Wrinkleleaf Goldenrod (Solidago rugosa ‘Fireworks’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23851A. pp 16.
127 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Wrinkleleaf Goldenrod (Solidago rugosa ‘Fireworks’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23814A. pp 16.
128 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and J. Fortunko, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Endorse 11.3DF (Polyoxin D) on Gaura (Gaura lindheimeri ‘Siskiyou Pink’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 22753A. pp 14.
129 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and J. Fortunko, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Endorse 11.3DF (Polyoxin D) on Beard-Tongue (Penstemon ‘Red Rocks’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 22347A. pp 14.
130 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and J. Fortunko, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Endorse 11.3DF (Polyoxin D) on Coneflower (Rudbeckia fulgida ‘Goldsturm’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 22699A. pp 14.
131 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and J. Fortunko, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Endorse 11.3DF (Polyoxin D) on Vervain (Verbena canadensis ‘Homestead Purple’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 22911A. pp 14.
132 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and J. Fortunko, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Endorse 11.3DF (Polyoxin D) on St. John’s Wort (Hypericum calycinum). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 22592A. pp 14.
133 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and J. Fortunko, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Endorse 11.3DF (Polyoxin D) on Russian Sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 22575A. pp 14.
134 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and J. Fortunko, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Endorse 11.3DF (Polyoxin D) on Goldenrod (Solidago rugosa ‘Fireworks’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 22458A. pp 14.
135 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane and J. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Field Marigold (Calendula officinalis ‘Orange Mix’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23219A. pp 14.
136 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane and J. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Catnip (Nepeta cataria). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23207A. pp 14.
137 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane and J. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Annual Baby’s Breath (Gypsophila elegans ‘Covent Garden’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23215A. pp 12.
138 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane and J. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of English Ivy (Hedera helix). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23191A. pp 14.
139 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane and J. Fortunko, 2004. Phytotoxicity and Efficacy of Fascination (6-Benzyl Adenine + Gibberellic Acid) for Enhanced Branching of Periwinkle (Vinca ‘Tall Rosea Mix’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23189A. pp 12.
140 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Common Sneezeweed (Helenium autumnale). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23759A. pp 14.
141 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metolachlor) on Common Sneezeweed (Helenium autumnale). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23833A. pp 15.
142 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Common Sneezeweed (Helenium autumnale). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23796A. pp 15.
143 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Red Hot Poker (Kniphofia uvaria ‘Border Ballet’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23764A. pp 14.
144 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metolachlor) on Red Hot Poker (Kniphofia uvaria ‘Border Ballet’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23838A. pp 14.
145 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, S.M. Still, R.E. Lane, J. Fortunko and J. Berquist, 2004. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Red Hot Poker (Kniphofia uvaria ‘Border Ballet’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23801A. pp 14.
146 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea ‘Magnus’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24053A. pp 13.
147 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Barberry (Berberis thunbergii ‘Kobold’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24870A. pp 12.
148 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Winter Creeper (Euonymus fortunei ‘Green and Gold’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24885A. pp 13.
149 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia ‘Munstead’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24853A. pp 13.
150 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) onBeard Tongue (Penstemon x mexicali ‘Red Rocks’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24054A. pp 12.
151 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Candytuft (Iberis sempervirens ‘Snowflake’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24841A. pp 12.
152 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Beard Tongue (Penstemon x Mexicali ‘Red Rocks’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24800A. pp 12.
153 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Heart-leaved Bergenia (Bergenia cordifolia ‘Rotblum’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24694A. pp 12.
154 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metaolachlor) on Heart-leaved Bergenia (Bergenia cordifolia ‘Rotblum’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24739A. pp 12.
155 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Heart-leaved Bergenia (Bergenia cordifolia ‘Rotblum’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24784A. pp 12.
156 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Transvaal Daisy (Gerbera jamesonii ‘Lambada’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24701A. pp 12.
157 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metaolachlor) on Transvaal Daisy (Gerbera jamesonii ‘Lambada’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24746A. pp 12.
158 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Transvaal Daisy (Gerbera jamesonii ‘Lambada’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24791A. pp 12.
159 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Sea Pink (Armeria maritima ‘Dusseldorf’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24684A. pp 13.
160 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metaolachlor) on Sea Pink (Armeria maritima ‘Dusseldorf’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24729A. pp 13.
161 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Sea Pink (Armeria maritima ‘Dusseldorf’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24774A. pp 12.
162 Lieth, J.H., 2005. Develop Mathematical Models to Manage Irrigation, Fertilization, Run-Off in Greenhouses. USDA AD-421 Progress Report Project Number: 5306-21000-001-01S. Aug 2005. pp. 3.
163 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Camellia (Camellia oleifera ‘Fire ‘n Ice’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24874A. pp 12.
164 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Variegated Japanese Sedge (Carex morrowii ‘Old Gold’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24876A. pp 12.
165 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Pride-of-Rochester (Deutzia gracilis ‘Nikko’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24883A. pp 12.
166 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Sunrose (Helianthemum nummularium ‘Belgravia Rose’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24703A. pp 12.
167 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metaolachlor) on Sunrose (Helianthemum nummularium ‘Belgravia Rose’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24748A. pp 12.
168 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Sunrose (Helianthemum nummularium ‘Belgravia Rose’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24793A. pp 12.
169 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Coral Bells (Heuchera sanguinea ‘Firefly’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24705A. pp 12.
170 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metaolachlor) on Coral Bells (Heuchera sanguinea ‘Firefly’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24750A. pp 12.
171 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Coral Bells (Heuchera sanguinea ‘Firefly’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24795A. pp 12.
172 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Angel Song’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23688A. pp 12.
173 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Shrub Verbena (Lantana montevidensis) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24679A. pp 12.
174 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metaolachlor) on Shrub Verbena (Lantana montevidensis) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24688A. pp 12.
175 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Shrub Verbena (Lantana montevidensis). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24697A. pp 12.
176 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Chinese Pennisetum (Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Hameln’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24927A. pp 12.
177 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Dwarf New Zealand Flax (Phormium colinsoi). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24713A. pp 12.
178 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metaolachlor) on Dwarf New Zealand Flax (Phormium colinsoi). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24758A. pp 12.
179 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Dwarf New Zealand Flax (Phormium colinsoi). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24803A. pp 12.
180 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Bonica Rose (Rosa x ‘Meidomonac’ PP5,105). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24057A. pp 12.
181 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Lavender Cotton (Santolina chamaecyparissus ‘Compacta’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24717A. pp 12.
182 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metaolachlor) on Lavender Cotton (Santolina chamaecyparissus ‘Compacta’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24762A. pp 12.
183 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Lavender Cotton (Santolina chamaecyparissus ‘Compacta’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24807A. pp 12.
184 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Fountain Grass (Pennisetum setaceum ‘Cupreum’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23707A. pp 13.
185 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Russian Sage (Perovskia abrotanoides). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24050A. pp 13.
186 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Lily-of-the-Nile (Agapanthus ‘Peter Pan’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24868A. pp 12.
187 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Columbine (Aquilegia hybrid) ). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23694A. pp 12.
188 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Coral Bells (Heuchera sanguinea ‘Firefly’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24848A. pp 12.
189 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum x superbum). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24932A. pp 13.
190 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Candytuft (Iberis sempervirens ‘Snowflake’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24826A. pp 13.
191 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metaolachlor) on Candytuft (Iberis sempervirens ‘Snowflake’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24833A. pp 12.
192 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Japanese Holly (Ilex crenata). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24933A. pp 12.
193 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Blue Princess Holly (Ilex x meserveae ‘Blue Princess’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23696A. pp 12.
194 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Beard Tongue (Penstemon x mexicali ‘Red Rocks’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24397A. pp 12.
195 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metaolachlor) on Beard Tongue (Penstemon x mexicali ‘Red Rocks’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24755A. pp 12.
196 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Fairy Primrose (Primula malacoides). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24715A. pp 14.
197 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum 7.62EC (s-Metaolachlor) on Fairy Primrose (Primula malacoides). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24760A. pp 13.
198 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and D. Hodgkiss, 2005. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Fairy Primrose (Primula malacoides). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24805A. pp 14.
199 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2006. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Common Yarrow (Achillea millifolium). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24058A. pp 12.
200 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Bearberry Cotoneaster (Cotoneaster dammeri ‘Coral Beauty’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23698A. pp 9.
201 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and D. Hodgkiss, 2006. Potential for Phytotoxicity of Mogeton 25WP (Quinoclamine) on Manchurian Lilac (Syringa patula ‘Miss Kim’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 8307A. pp 10.
202 Lieth, J.H., M. Raviv, D.W. Burger, 2006. Effects of root zone temperature, oxygen concentration, and moisture content on actual vs. potential growth of greenhouse crops. BARD Research Grant #US-3240-01 Final Scientific Report. March 13, 2006 - pp110 (note: Appendices are included electronically but not on paper).
203 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and M. Sebhatu, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Sedgehammer (Halosulfuron) on Mexican Heather (Cuphea hyssopifloia ‘Itsy Bitsy White’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25346. pp 12.
204 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and M. Sebhatu, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Sedgehammer (Halosulfuron) on Rose (Rosa ‘Nearly Wild’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25340. pp 12.
205 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge and R.E. Lane, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Sedgehammer (Halosulfuron) on Ramona Sage (Salvia nemorosa ‘May Night’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25348. pp 12.
206 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge and R.E. Lane, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of V-10142 on Ramona Sage (Salvia nemorosa ‘May Night’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25408. pp 12.
207 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and M. Sebhatu, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Sedgehammer (Halosulfuron) on Star Jasmine (Trachelospermum asiaticum’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25339. pp 12.
208 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and M. Sebhatu, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Sedgehammer (Halosulfuron) on Dwarf Periwinkle (Vinca minor ‘Bowles’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25017. pp 12.
209 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and M. Sebhatu, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Sulfentrazone on Mexican Heather (Cuphea hyssopifloia ‘Itsy Bitsy White’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25293. pp 12.
210 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and M. Sebhatu, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of V-10142 on Mexican Heather (Cuphea hyssopifloia ‘Itsy Bitsy White’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25404. pp 12.
211 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and M. Sebhatu, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Sulfentrazone on Pink Floribunda Rose (Rosa ‘Nealy Wild’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25360. pp 12.
212 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and M. Sebhatu, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Sulfentrazone on Ramona Sage (Salvia nemorosa ‘May Night’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25371. pp 12.
213 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and M. Sebhatu, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Sulfentrazone on American Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis ‘Emerald Green’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25362. pp 11.
214 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and M. Sebhatu, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of V-10142 on American Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis ‘Emerald Green’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25396. pp 12.
215 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and M. Sebhatu, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Sulfentrazone on Dwarf Periwinkle (Vinca minor ‘Bowles’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25018. pp 12.
216 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and M. Sebhatu, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of V-10142 on Daylily (Hemerocallis ‘Stella de Oro’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25395. pp 12.
217 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and M. Sebhatu, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of V-10142 on Dwarf Periwinkle (Vinca minor ‘Bowles’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25409. pp 12.
218 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and M. Sebhatu, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of V-10142 on Winter Creeper (Euonymus fortunei ‘Gracilis’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25399. pp 12.
219 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and M. Sebhatu, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of V-10142 on Hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Nikko Blue’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25387. pp 12.
220 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and M. Sebhatu, 2006. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of SureGuard 51WG on Pink Floribunda Rose (Rosa ‘Nearly Wild’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25399. pp 12.
221 Purohit, A and J.H. Lieth, 2006. Evaluation of Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of “SubCulture”on Hydroponically Grown Cucumis sativus L. “Camaro”. Report to General Hydroponics pp 10.
222 Lieth, J.H., 2006. Develop Mathematical Models to Manage Irrigation, Fertilization, Run-Off in Greenhouses. USDA AD-421 Progress Report Project Number: 5306-21000-001-01S. Aug 2006. pp.
223 Lieth, J.H.and L.L Dodge, 2007. CANGC Support for IR-4 Trials at UC Davis in 2006 Progress Report Jan 2007 - pp 9.
224 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and M. Sebhatu. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of V-10142 on Pink Floribunda Rose (Rosa ‘Nearly Wild’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25391. pp 12.
225 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity for Sedgehammer (Halosulfuron) on Globe Yew (Taxus x media ‘Fairview’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 11768. pp 10.
226 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Sedgehammer (Halosulfuron) on Baby’s Breath (Gypsophila paniculata ‘Festival Star’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 26038. pp 13.
227 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Sulfentrazone 0.2G on Baby’s Breath (Gypsophila paniculata ‘Festival Star’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 26036. pp 13.
228 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of V-10142 on Baby’s Breath (Gypsophila paniculata ‘Festival Star’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 26040. pp 13.
229 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge and R.E. Lane. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Cyclanilide, Fascination, MaxCel and Provide for Increased Branching of Hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Angel Robe’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 25887, 25888, 25891 and 25893. pp 14.
230 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge and R.E. Lane, 2007. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Cyclanilide, Fascination, MaxCel and Provide for Increased Branching of Azalea Rhododendron ‘Remembrance’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 25880, 25881, 21495 and 25886. pp 12.
231 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge and R.E. Lane, 2007. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Cyclanilide, Fascination, MaxCel and Provide for Increased Branching of Rose (Rosa ‘Kardinal’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 25901, 25902, 25905 and 25907. pp 16.
232 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity for Sedgehammer (Halosulfuron) on Globe Yew (Taxus x media ‘Fairview’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25393. pp 10.
233 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity for Sedgehammer (Halosulfuron) on Easter Lily (Lilium longiflorum ‘Nellie White’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25343. pp 13.
234 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity for Sulfentrazone 0.2G on Easter Lily (Lilium longiflorum ‘Nellie White’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25364. pp 13.
235 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity for SureGuard (Flumioxazin) on Easter Lily (Lilium longiflorum ‘Nellie White’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25328. pp 12.
236 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity for V-10142 on Easter Lily (Lilium longiflorum ‘Nellie White’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25398. pp 12.
237 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Hopflower Oregano (Origanum libanoticum). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24799. pp 13.
238 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Hen and Chicks (Sempervivum arachnoideum). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 23811. pp 12.
239 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum (s-Metaolachlor) on Spiderwort (Tradescantia ‘Baby Bunny Bellies’) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24765. pp 13.
240 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Spiderwort (Tradescantia ‘Baby Bunny Bellies’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24811. pp 13.
241 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and P. Singh. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Creeping Speedwell (Veronica repens ‘Big Blue’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24722. pp 13.
242 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Creeping Speedwell (Veronica repens ‘Big Blue’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24812. pp 13.
243 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) on Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum maximum ‘Snow Lady’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24390. pp 13.
244 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and M. Sebhatu, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of SureGuard 51WG (Flumioxazin) on Hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Nikko Blue’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 20579. pp 9.
245 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Pendulum 2G (Pendimethalin) on Switch Grass (Panicum virgatum)). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25209. pp 8.
246 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Pennant Magnum (s-Metolachlor) on Switch Grass (Panicum virgatum)). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 24834. pp 8.
247 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and P. Singh, 2007. Phytotoxicity on Rose (Rosa ‘Nearly Wild’) with over the top applications of select sedge control materials. USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 26198, 26199 and 26366. pp 16.
248 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and P. Singh, 2007. Phytotoxicity on Daylily (Hemerocallis ‘Second Glance’) with over the top applications of select sedge control materials. USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 26343, 26344 and 26345. pp 17.
249 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of F6875 (Sulfentrazone +) on Dwarf Periwinkle (Vinca minor ‘Bowles’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 26296. pp 10.
250 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane and P. Singh, 2007. Phytotoxicity on Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis ‘Emerald Green’) with over the top applications of select sedge control materials. USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 26275, 26276, 26277 and 26278. pp 21.
251 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of BAS 659h 1.75G (dimethenamid + pendimethalin) on Iris (Iris ‘Eleanor Roosevelt’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 26349. pp 10.
252 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, R.E. Lane, and P. Singh, 2007. Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of F6875 (Sulfentrazone +) on Iris (Iris ‘JJ91-A’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 26350. pp 11.
253 Lieth, J.H., 2007, Montenegro Greenhouse Ornamental Production Workshop October 2007, Report to USDA Foreign Agricultural Service office (Mr Philippe Chabot). Pp 80.
254 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2007. Evaluation of phytotoxicity of F6875 on Fraser Fir (Abies fraseri) and Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 26322, 26224. pp 13.
255 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2007. Evaluation of phytotoxicity of Sedgehammer (Halosulfuron) on Fraser Fir (Abies fraseri) and Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 26165, 26166. pp 14.
256 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2008. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Cyclanilide and Fascination for Increased Branching of Florist Azalea (Rhododendron ‘Scarlet’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 25880 and 25881, pp 12.
257 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2008. Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Cyclanilide and Fascination for Increased Branching of Landscape Azalea (Rhododendron ‘Girard’s Hot Shot’), USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 27012 and 27014. pp 13.
258 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2008. Evaluation of phytotoxicity of Sulfentrazone 4F on Dwarf Yaupon Holly (Ilex vomitoria ‘Nana’). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Number 25929, pp 9.
259 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2008. Evaluation of phytotoxicity of Sulfentrazone 0.2G and Sulfentrazone 4F on Fraser Fir (Abies fraseri) and Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 25366, 25916, 25357, 25915. pp 17.
260 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2008. Phytotoxicity on Hydrangea (Hydrangea ‘Angel Robe’) with over the top applications of select sedge control materials. USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 26250, 26251, 26252 pp 20.
261 Lieth, Heiner, 2008. Final Report to CANGC for 2008; Supplemental Support for IR4 Crop Safety Trials at UC Davis
262 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2008. Phytotoxicity of BAS 659h G applied over the top to selected herbaceous and woody ornamental plants (May 2008 trials). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 27385, 26284, 27131, 27405 pp 18.
263 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2008. Phytotoxicity of BroadStar 0.25G (VC1604) applied over the top to selected woody ornamental plants (May 2008 trials). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 27076, 27100, 27132, 27232 pp 20.
264 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2008. Phytotoxicity of V-10142 G (imazasulfuron) applied over the top to selected woody ornamental plants (May 2008 trials). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 27078, 27102, 27134, 27234 pp 19.
265 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2008. Phytotoxicity of Mesotrione G applied over the top to selected woody ornamental plants. USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 27077, 27101, 27133, 27233, 27201 pp 23.
266 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2008. Phytotoxicity of BAS 656h EC (Tower) applied over the top to selected woody ornamental plants. USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 27074, 26283, 27130, 27230, 27198 pp 22.
267 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2008. Phytotoxicity of BAS 659h G applied over the top to selected herbaceous and woody ornamental plants (August 2008 Trials). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 27401, 27278, 27829, 27199 pp 18.
268 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2008. Phytotoxicity of BroadStar 0.25G (VC1604) applied over the top to selected woody ornamental plants (August 2008 trials). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 27157, 27160, 27200 pp 16.
269 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2008. Phytotoxicity of F6875 0.3G applied over the top to selected herbaceous and woody ornamental plants (August 2008 Trials). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 26437, 26285, 27793 pp 16.
270 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2008. Phytotoxicity of V-10142 0.5G (imazasulfuron) applied over the top to selected woody ornamental plants (August 2008 trials). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 27108, 27162, 27202 pp 15.
271 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2009. Phytotoxicity of Biathlon 2.75G (Oxyfluorfen + prodiamine) applied over the top to Berberis, Euonymus, Hibiscus and Hydrangea USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 28986, 29013, 29019, 29020 pp 21.
272 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2009. Phytotoxicity of Biathlon 2.75G (Oxyfluorfen + prodiamine) applied over the top to Lantana, Nandina, Potentilla and Rosa. USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 29205, 29036, 29053, 29062 pp 21.
273 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2009. Phytotoxicity of Biathlon 2.75G (Oxyfluorfen + prodiamine) applied over the top to selected ornamental plants (September 2009 Trials). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 29033, 29048 pp 14.
274 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2009. Phytotoxicity of BroadStar 0.25G (VC1604) applied over the top to Nandina, Nepeta and Potentilla. USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 27190, 27195, 27221 pp 17.
275 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2009. Phytotoxicity of Freehand 1.75G applied over the top to Mahonia, Nepeta and Pachysandra. USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 27407, 27194, 28178 pp 18.
276 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2009. Phytotoxicity of Freehand 1.75G applied over the top to Canna, Gaura, Gazania and Portulaca. USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 26430, 26244, 27400, 27410 pp 21.
277 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2009. Phytotoxicity of Snapshot 2.5TG (Trifluralin + Isoxaben) applied over the top to Asclepias, Hibiscus and Oenothera. USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 24780, 25789, 24798 pp 18.
278 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2009. Phytotoxicity of Tower 63.9%EC (Dimethenamid-p) applied over the top to Lantana, Nandina, Nepeta and Potentilla. USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 27312, 26324, 27193, 27219 pp 20.
279 Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2009. Phytotoxicity of V-10142 0.5G (imazosulfuron) applied over the top to Nandina. USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 27192 pp 13.
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Lieth, J.H., L.L. Dodge, 2010. Impact of Various PGRs on Branching of Florist Azalea (2009 Trial). USDA Interregional Research Project #4; Project Numbers 27876, 27014, 21496, and 27012; pp 16.
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