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File LeBude et al. 2012 Preparing nursery crops for winter in the Southeast US.
Covers how plants become dormant and the abiotic factors that affect this process. Provides examples of various forms of overwintering plants from pushing them together all the way to heated greenhouses. AV LeBude, TE Bilderback, HT Krauss NC State Univ., SA White Clemson Univ., M. Chappell Univ. Georgia, JS Owen Virginia Tech.
File LeBude et al. 2012. Low investment propagation or overwintering house.
A quick leaflet to build s small house for crop protection. This document stands as a supplement to Preparing Nursery Crops for Winter in the Southeast. LeBude AV, TE Bilderback, and B Fair. NC State University Cooperative Extension.
File Westerfeld and Lindstrom 2004. Winter Protection of Ornamental Plants
Quick reference for preventing injury and what to do after a freeze. R Westerfield and O Lindstrom, Professor of Horticulture Cooperative Extension Service The University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Circular 872.
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This project received support from the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services as part of the Specialty Crops Block Grant Program.

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