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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Jennifer Boldt
Application Technology Research
Horticulture

Phone: (419) 530-2225
Fax: (419) 530-1599

UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO
2801 W. BANCROFT ST. MAIL STOP 604
TOLEDO , OH 43606

Projects
Development of Technologies and Strategies for Sustainable Crop Production in Containerized and Protected Horticulture Systems
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 425918

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Elevated CO2 plus chronic warming reduces nitrogen uptake and levels or activities of nitrogen -uptake and -assimilatory proteins in tomato roots -
Rice hull mulch affects germination of bittercress and creeping woodsorrel in container plant culture -
Altland, J.E., Boldt, J.K., Krause, C.R. 2016. Rice hull mulch affects germination of bittercress and creeping woodsorrel in container plant culture. American Journal of Plant Sciences. 7:2359-2375.
Silicon accumulation and distribution in petunia and sunflower -
Boldt, J.K., Locke, J.C., Altland, J.E. 2016. Silicon accumulation and distribution in petunia and sunflower [abstract]. HortScience. 51(9):S368.
Effect of rice hull mulch on nutrient concentration of fertilized irrigation water -
Altland, J.E., Locke, J.C., Boldt, J.K. 2016. Effect of rice hull mulch on nutrient concentration of fertilized irrigation water [abstract]. HortScience. 51(9):S323.
Granular activated carbon to remove agrichemicals from water -
Fisher, P., Grant, G., Zayas, V., Raudales, R., Altland, J.E., Boldt, J.K. 2016. Granular activated carbon to remove agrichemicals from water. Greenhouse Grower Magazine. May/June: 20-22.
Light intensity and quality from sole-source light-emitting diodes impact growth, morphology, and nutrient content of Brassica microgreens -
Gerovac, J.R., Craver, J.K., Lopez, R.G., Boldt, J.K. 2016. Light intensity and quality from sole-source light-emitting diodes impact growth, morphology, and nutrient content of Brassica microgreens. HortScience. 51(5):497-503.
Short-term reductions in irradiance and temperature minimally impact growth and development of five floriculture species -
Silicon improves flowering characteristics of sunflower and petunia at low phosphorus rates -
Boldt, J.K., Altland, J.E., Zellner, W.L., Locke, J.C. 2015. Silicon improves flowering characteristics of sunflower and petunia at low phosphorus rates. HortScience. 50(9):S142.
Sample container and storage for paclobutrazol monitoring in irrigation water -
Altland, J.E., Morris, L.A., Boldt, J.K., Fisher, P., Raudales, R. 2016. Sample container and storage for paclobutrazol monitoring in irrigation water. HortTechnology. 25(6):769-773.
Steel slag raises pH of greenhouse substrates -
Altland, J.E., Locke, J.C., Zellner, W.L., Boldt, J.K. 2015. Steel slag raises pH of greenhouse substrates. HortScience. 50(4):603-608.
Has your greenhouse gone virtual? -
Boldt, J.K. 2014. Has your greenhouse gone virtual?. Greenhouse Product News. 24(11):36-41.
A novel approach to reduce greenhouse energy costs -
Boldt, J.K. 2014. A novel approach to reduce greenhouse energy costs. Greenhouse Product News. 24(10):14-22.
Research is our middle name -
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.
Current projects of the Application Technology Research Unit (ATRU) USDA-ARS, Wooster/Toledo, Ohio -
Krause, C.R., Altland, J.E., Boldt, J.K., Derksen, R.C., Locke, J.C., Ranger, C.M., Reding, M.E., Zhu, H., Zellner, W.L. 2014. Current projects of the Application Technology Research Unit (ATRU) USDA-ARS, Wooster/Toledo, Ohio. The Buckeye. 25(4):18-20.
Development of photosynthetic response curves and their integration into a decision-support tool for floriculture growers -
Boldt, J.K., Erwin, J.E., Fisher, P.R. 2014. Development of photosynthetic response curves and their integration into a decision-support tool for floriculture growers. HortScience. 49(9):S389(Abstract).
Last Modified: 5/2/2016
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