Transplants: Roots, Shoots, and Water

Transplant production continues for late-planted crops. The three panels below include observations on seedling root and shoot growth and a bottom-watering irrigation system.

2 thoughts on “Transplants: Roots, Shoots, and Water

  1. Very interested in your research on watermelon transplants . I haven’t grown any seedless watermelons for a few years . We planted about 300 transplants on 5/20 that were started about 4/20. Your transplants look so much better than mine in half the time .

  2. Hello, Tom.

    Thanks for your note. I will be glad to discuss our research and transplant production experiences, etc anytime. Please contact me directly as you wish (330.263.3810; kleinhenz.1@osu.edu). … Matt Kleinhenz

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