1. Investigating the Response of Dracaena marginata and Physical Characteristics of Growth Medium to Different Levels of Zeolite in Replacement for Peat

Maryam Marashi; Mohsen Ehterami; Raheleh Ebrahimi; Ali Mahboub khomami

Volume 9, Issue 1 , Winter 2019, , Pages 65-72

Abstract
  Due to the econemic and envaironmental limitiation in the use of peat moss as a growth medium of ornamental plants, researchers seek an apporiate alternative in flower and plants industry. Zeolite because of the high capacity of water holding and cations enchange, has an ability in the replacement  ...  Read More

2. Growth and Physiology of Chrysanthemum morifolium Modified by the Supplementations of Various Fertilizers

Zahra Oraghi Ardebili; Payam Sharifi

Volume 8, Issue 1 , Winter 2018, , Pages 49-56

Abstract
  To evaluate the effectiveness of various organic or inorganic fertilizers on the growth and physiology of Chrysanthemum morifolium (an important ornamental plant) the current research was conducted in a completely randomized design. Seedlings were treated with vermicompost (0 and 40% w/w of soil), nano-chelated ...  Read More

3. A Comparison of Morphological Traits in Three Ornamental Species of Cyclamen, Primula and Viola in Nature (Forest Lands) with Their Cultured Samples in West Mazandaran Province

Vahid Rahimi Kakeroodi; Alireza Eslami

Volume 7, Issue 1 , Winter 2017, , Pages 9-16

Abstract
  The attitude of policymakers and designers of green space is increasing toward to native-ornamental species to plant in the urban space because of their adaptation and resistance against severe weather and ecological conditions which can result in cost minimization and long-term survival in green spaces. ...  Read More