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Below Ground Pot-in-Pot Effects on Growth of Two Southwest Landscape Trees was Related to Root Membrane Thermostability
Journal of environmental horticulture
Two southwestern desert landscape trees, Acacia smallii L. (sweet acacia) and Cercidium floridum Benth. ex A. Gray (blue palo verde), were grown outdoors in full sun during Summer 1997 in 19-liter (#5) containers placed either pot-in-pot (PIP) below ground or unshielded in above-ground containers (AGC). Soil moisture sensors wired to electronic solenoid valves regulated occurrence of six cyclic micro-irrigation pulses per day (0600, 0900, 1200, 1500, 1800, and 2100 HR) such that containerdoi:10.24266/0738-2898-17.2.63 fatcat:wfu7b4n4cfdw3d3oci7lmitz2u