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Investigation of the rest period of seeds
(University of Missouri, 1913)
be satisfactorily made. The following report, dealing with an investigation of the rest period of seeds, is only one specific part of a problem dealing with the rest period of plants in general....
Factors favoring or opposing injuries from transplanting
(University of Missouri, 1918)
"The purpose of this investigation was to determine the factors favoring or opposing the injuries following the transplanting of vegetables. The factors dealt with in this study were as follows: (a) The relation of moisture ...
Effects of amending a gravel based growing medium with calcined clay on medium physical properties and growth of Gymnocladus dioicus seedlings
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
[ACCESS RESTRICTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT AUTHOR'S REQUEST.] The Missouri Gravel Bed (MGB) is a system that uses pea gravel with 10% sand (v/v) as a root growth medium, allowing bare root plants to be removed from the gravel and planted...
Physiological changes occurring in plant tissue as a result of stimuli administered to break the rest period
(University of Missouri, 1914)
It is a matter of common knowledge that most of our woody plants do not grow continuously throughout the year. The fact is brought to our attention especially in spring, when we may observe the awakening of the vegetation ...
A study in the marketing of perishable fruit
(University of Missouri, 1915)
The strawberry industry has been a large factor in the development of the Ozark region. Its success is dependent upon the proper solution of a great variety of problems which cannot be solved by the growers, the shipping ...
A study of fruit marketing organizations
(University of Missouri, 1917)
The question that confronts the fruit grower of the present time is not only how to raise more and better fruit, but how to realize a reasonable profit on what he does produce; how to put up his product so it will reach ...