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Using the pourthru procedure for checking ec and ph for nursery crops
Low investment propagation/winter protection structure
A simple intermittent mist system for propagation
Weed management in conifer seedbeds and transplant beds
Fertility management for geraniums
Guide to successful outdoor garden aster production
Success with ornamental cabbage and kale
Success with ornamental vegetables as Floricultural crops
Success with container production of twelve herb species
Commercial pansy production
Commercial hydrangea forcing
Commercial production of new guinea impatiens
Height control of commercial greenhouse Flowers
Best management practices for plant Growth regulators used in floriculture
Ethylene: sources, symptoms, and Prevention for greenhouse crops
Ethylene sampling protocols for Greenhouse crops
Bed preparation and fertilization recommendations for bedding plants in the Landscape
Selection and use of stress-tolerant bedding Plants for the landscape
Managing micronutrients In the greenhouse
Installation and maintenance of landscape bedding plants
Under-utilized bedding plants for the North Carolina landscape
Water considerations for Container production of plants
Alkalinity control for irrigation water Used in nurseries and greenhouses
Submission procedures for root substrate, water, fertilizer solution, and plant tissue samples
Guide to successful pot sunflower production
Greenhouse weed control
Monitoring and managing ph and ec using the Pourthru extraction method
Pourthru guidelines for Geraniums
Pourthru guidelines for Pansies
Pourthru guidelines for Poinsettias
The flowering dogwood
Planting techniques for trees and shrubs
Pruning trees, flushcuts and wound dressings
Using pines in the landscape
Mulches
Hints for fall-planted spring and early summer flowering bulbs
Fertilizing deciduous shade trees in the landscape
Espalier
Natural areas in the landscape
Azaleas for North Carolina
Azalea culture for North Carolina gardeners
Vines for North Carolina landscapes
Shrubs 1 to 4 feet high for North Carolina landscapes
Shrubs 4 to 8 feet high for North Carolina landscapes
Shrubs 8+ feet high for North Carolina landscapes
Small and intermediate trees for North Carolina
Large trees for North Carolina
Weed management for wildflowers
Frost/freeze protection for horticultural crops
Growing a fall vegetable garden
Home garden asparagus production
Home garden beet production
Home garden broccoli raab
Home garden cabbage production
Home garden lettuce
Home garden collards
Home garden trellised cucumbers
Home garden eggplant
Home garden greens
Home garden upland cress
Home garden spinach
Home garden green bunch onions
Home garden onion bulb production in eastern North Carolina
Home garden okra
Home garden southern peas
Home garden pepper production (bell, small fruit and pimento)1
Home garden turnips and rutabagas
Home garden celery in eastern North Carolina
Using plastic mulches and drip irrigation for vegetable gardens
Composting for home gardens
Weed control in vegetable gardens
Mini-gardening
Growing vegetable transplants for the home garden
Container vegetable gardening
Beansprouts and other vegetable seed sprouts
Growing tomatoes for home use
Blossom-end rot of tomatoes in the home garden
Pruning and supporting home garden tomatoes
Harvesting vegetables
Growing herbs for the home gardener
Harvesting and preserving herbs for the home gardener
Winterizing the herb garden
Blackberries for the home garden
Bunch grapes in the home garden
Muscadine grapes in the home garden
Raspberries in the home garden
Strawberries in the home garden
Pruning and training thornless blackberries
Growing blueberries in the home garden
Nursery list of small fruit cultivars for home use in North Carolina
Growing apple trees in the home garden
Dahlias for the home landscape
Peonies for the home landscape
Geranium culture for home gardeners
Bearded iris for the home landscape
Home forcing of hyacinths
Consumer care of Poinsettias
Edible flowers
Caladiums for the home landscape
Home forcing of potted amaryllis (hippeastrum)
Home forcing of potted paperwhite narcissus
Home forcing of daffodils (narcissus)
Indoor plant selection and care
Ornamental grasses for North Carolina
Superior crabapple trees for the landscape
Urban trees for use under utility lines
Recommended trees for urban landscapes: Proven performers for difficult sites
Smooth and oakleaf hydrangeas
Growing boxwoods in the landscape
Summer and fall flowering bulbs for the landscape
Weed management in annual color beds
Qualifiers for quagmires: landscape plants for wet sites
Plant propagation by leaf, cane, and root cuttings: Instructions for the home gardener
Plant propagation by layering: Instructions for the home gardener
Plant propagation by stem cuttings: Instructions for the home gardener
Starting plants from seeds
Overcoming seed dormancy: trees and shrubs

 

All the information contained in the PDF files as well as the files themselves are property of NCSU. The files are accessible to all free of charge in accordance with the spirit of American universities and are not to be sold or resold.