Popular Press and Industry Trade Articles
- Murphy, A.M. and C.H. Gilliam. 2011. Extending bark supplies with alternative substrates. Nursery Management. March p. 32-35.
- Pruett, W.J. 2011. The future of substrates: Researchers seek alternatives to meet the need for growing media. Digger. March (vol. 55). p. 19-23.
- Altland, J.E. 2010. Weaning off bark. Nursery Management and Production (NMPro). January. p. 38-43.
- Stoven, H.M. and J.S. Owen, Jr. 2010. Into the blue: A comparison of substrate amendments for the adjustment of hydrangea flower color. Digger 54: 25-30.
- Jackson, B.E. November 2009. Pine tree substrates for greenhouse crops. Greenhouse Production News 14-18.
- Jackson, B.E. September 2009. Back to the grind: pine tree substrate encourages prolific root growth in container plants. Nursery Management and Production 28-34.
- Jackson, B.E. 2009 A suitable substrate alternative. American Nurseryman 209 (9): 28-33.
- White, S., J.S. Owen, Jr., and C. Wilson. 2009. Green nursery production practices Part 1: Value added container amendments. The South Carolina Nurserymen. January/February. p. 27.
- Leatherwood, R., N. Mattson, and J.S. Owen Jr. 2008. Inorganic substrate amendments: one delivers more than the others. Nursery Management and Production (NMPro) 24: 41-43.
- R.D. Wright and B.E. Jackson. 2008. A new substrate for container crops. American Nurseryman 208 (3):26-32.
- White, S., J.S. Owen, Jr. and P.C. Wilson. 2008. A greener green industry: A research team studies ways to improve water and nutrient retention while capturing and recycling excess runoff. Digger 52: 109-115.
- Bilderback, T.E., J.S. Owen Jr., S.L. Warren, and J.P. Albano. 2007. Non-organic amendments can extend media life: With limited breakdown, they’re good additions to bark and peat. Nursery Management and Production (NMPro) 23:37-42.
- Owen, J.S., Jr. 2007. What’s your leaching fraction? Digger 51: 40-43.
- Owen, J.S., Jr., S.L. Warren, T. Bilderback, and J.P. Albano. 2007. Can clay improve plants? Ornamental Outlook. 16:34-36.
- R.D. Wright, J.F. Browder and B.E. Jackson. January 2007. Ground pine chips as a container substrate. Nursery Management and Production 86-88.
- Owen, Jr., J.S., S.L. Warren, and T.E. Bilderback. 2003. Amending pine bark substrate with clay to increase water and nutrient efficacy. North Carolina Assoc. Nurserymen Nursery Notes 37:69-73.
- Owen, Jr., J.S., S.L. Warren, and T.E. Bilderback. 2003. Amending pine bark substrate with clay to increase water and nutrient efficacy. Virginia Nursery Landscape Assoc. Nwsl. 73:53-56.