containerized plant

containerized plant

In landscape architecture, a growing plant, together with its root system, that is sold intact in a container.
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Moreover, to respond to needs for demonstration experiment of plant factory, SDK markets small scale SHIGYO Unit and "SHIGYO(R) Container" which is a containerized plant factory system for outdoor installation.
A containerized plant requires less space than a conventional plant, but it is difficult to place all the equipment inside a container.
* describe the advantages and disadvantages of bare-rooted, balled and burlapped, and containerized plant material
The containerized plant is then placed into a support medium of peat, perlite, sand, or similar well-drained material.
The containerized plant is then placed in a support medium of peat, perlite, sand, or similar well-drained material.
* describe the advantages and disadvantages of bare-rooted, balled-and-burlapped, and containerized plant material.
Some growers also insert a fiber mulch ring around each containerized plant to retain moisture and discourage weeds.
Containerized plants can sometimes be difficult to remoisten if they are planted dry.
Polymer Coated Fertilizers (PCFs) have largely been used for containerized plants and high-value field crops in high-leaching environments.