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Table 2. Shoot dry weight, root dry weight, and root/shoot ratio of Uniola paniculata grown under different planting depths in a 4 pine bark: 1 sand (by volume) media.

Depth treatment

Shoot dry wt (g)

Root dry wt (g)

Root/shoot ratio

1 gal (Crown even with media surface)

157 a

24.2 a

0.15 a

1 gal (Crown 10 cm below media surface)

106 b

14.3 b

0.15 a

3 gal (Crown 10 cm below media surface)

144 a

12.2 b

0.08 a

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