Page Banner

United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: Development of Technologies and Strategies for Sustainable Crop Production in Containerized and Protected Horticulture Systems

Location: Application Technology Research Unit

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

Validation of the 5 day sodium carbonate-amm nitrate extraction assay as an indicator test for silicon fertilizers - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
(04-Nov-14)
Steel slag raises pH of greenhouse substrates - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
(14-Oct-14)
Solute transport through a pine-bark based substrate under saturated and unsaturated conditions - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hoskins, T., Owens, J., Fields, J., Altland, J.E., Easton, Z., Niemiera, A. 2014. Solute transport through a pine-bark based substrate under saturated and unsaturated conditions. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 139:634-641.
A new lime material for container substrates - (Trade Journal)
Altland, J.E. 2014. A new lime material for container substrates. The Buckeye. 25(8):28-31.
Weed control in herbaceous perennial container production - (Trade Journal)
Altland, J.E. 2014. Weed control in herbaceous perennial container production. Greenhouse Product News. 24(9):12-16.
Should biochar be used in container substrates? - (Trade Journal)
Altland, J.E. 2014. Should biochar be used in container substrates?. Greenhouse Product News. 24(8):14-21.
Research is our middle name - (Trade Journal)
Boldt, J.K., Altland, J.E., Locke, J.C., Krause, C.R. 2014. Research is our middle name. Greenhouse Product News. 24(7):26-31.
Cation exchange capacity of pine bark substrates - (Trade Journal)
Altland, J.E. 2014. Cation exchange capacity of pine bark substrates. The Buckeye. 25(6):40-42.
Last Modified: 1/28/2015
Footer Content Back to Top of Page