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Growth of Viburnum dentatum and Syringa x prestoniae 'Donald Wyman' in Sphagnum peat and coir dust-based substrates



Growth of Viburnum dentatum and Syringa x prestoniae 'Donald Wyman' in Sphagnum peat and coir dust-based substrates



Journal of Environmental Horticulture 15(3): 156-159



Bare-root viburnum (Viburnum dentatum) were grown in 25:0:75, 50:0:50, 75:0:25, 100:0:0, 0:25:75, 0:50:50, 0:75:25, and 0:100:0 peat:coir:sand (by vol) substrates, and Preston lilac (Syringa x prestoniae Donald Wyman) were grown in 25:0:65:10, 50:0:40:10, 75:0:15:10, 0:25:65:10, 0:50:40:10, and 0:75:15:10 peat:coir:bark:sand (v/v) substrates over two seasons.

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