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Miscellaneous Topics



Taking the right steps (greenhouse sanitation)
K. Getter
(Feb. 2015)
Greening up calibrachoa & petunia
E. Runkle & P. Fisher
(Mar. 2014)
Getting smarter (smartphone apps)
K. Getter
(Dec. 2012)
Improving crop quality
E. Runkle
(June 2012)
Greenhouse energy conservation strategies
E. Runkle & A.J. Both
(Feb. 2012)
Cutting edge greenhouse technology
E. Runkle
(Jan. 2012)
Expansion options (greenhouse leasing)
T. Dudek & C. Talley Jr.
(Nov. 2011)
Holding plugs and liners
E. Runkle
(July 2011)
Managing crop quality
E. Runkle
(June 2011)
Sustainable production technologies -- a Dutch perspective
E. Runkle
(Dec. 2010)
Do it yourself (conduct experiments)
E. Runkle
(May 2010)
Improving branching and postharvest quality
S. Padhye, E. Runkle, M. Olrich, & L. Reinbold
(Aug. 2008)
Extending holding time for crops
E. Runkle
(Apr. 2008)

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