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Home Publications National Nursery Proceedings 1992 Seedling Problems in Michigan Nurseries

Seedling Problems in Michigan Nurseries

The nursery serves as the crucial link in managing plant disease problems for the plant industry. Decisions made at the nursery can have far reaching effects throughout the industry. The nursery can increase or decrease the cost of growing plants and maintaining plant health for many years after plants leave the nursery. Such long term consequences may be forgotten during the day to day operations of a nursery. For this reason plant pathologists hope to establish a distinct philosophy in plant production, that philosophy is summarized in a simple statement or rule. "A nursery manager's goal is to produce pathogen-free stock, not just disease-free stock."


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Author(s): Gerard Adams

Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1992

Event: Northeastern Area Nurserymen's Conference
1992 - Escanaba, MI