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Growing and Managing Site Specific Plants in the Nursery

Cornflower Farms has its own in-house propagation and record keeping techniques for managing multiple site-identified species that are grown for either contract or open markets concurrently. These techniques help ensure that quality plant materials will be produced in the right quantity and on-time. This paper describes these techniques which are twenty years in the making and still evolving. Keywords: contract growing, site identified plant material, record keeping, stratification, native plant propagation

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Author(s): Ann Fisher Chandler

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