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Murphy, A-M. 2012. Alternative substrates in production of trees in 25-gallon containers.

A continuation of research to show that wood-based substrates used either extensively (100%) or as an amendment to pine bark substrates did not affect growth of common trees grown in large containers. Murphy, A-M, CH Gilliam, GB Fain, HA Torbert, TV Gallagher, JL Sibley, and SC Marble. SNA Research Conference 57:55-59.

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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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