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Steven F Manlove: Nursery container. Michael Marinangeli, October 24, 1995: US05459960 (17 worldwide citation)

A nursery container that provides an improved root structure for plants intended to be transplanted into the ground. This container is characterized by a base that is constructed to direct initial root growth towards an elevated opening that is centrally located in the base. It is through this openi ...


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Henry J Guarriello Sr, Joseph A Guarriello, Henry J Guarriello Jr, Theodore J Guarriello: Nursery container with attachment device. Nursery Supplies, Seidel Gonda Lavorgna & Monaco PC, August 24, 1999: US05941019 (16 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a nursery container for plants and the like. The nursery container includes a bottom, a side wall extending upward from the bottom, and a lip formed on an upper portion of the side wall. A first attachment component formed on the nursery container, preferably on ...


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Richard B Skinner: Container and tag assembly. Nursery Supplies, Seidel Gonda Lavorgna & Monaco P C, March 13, 2001: US06199319 (11 worldwide citation)

A container, such as a nursery container, includes a tag attached thereto in a manner to render the tag tamper resistant and tamper evident. The container includes at least one slit formed in the side wall of the container for receiving the tag. The slit can be provided in the side wall at the upper ...


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Steve Manlove: Nursery container. Michael M G M & Associates Marinangeli Esq, June 9, 1998: US05761848 (11 worldwide citation)

A nursery container that provides an improved root structure for plants intended to be transplanted into the ground. This container is characterized by a base that is constructed to direct initial root growth towards an elevated opening that is centrally located in the base. It is through this openi ...


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Timothy Kent Edmonds, Robert Leo Cervelli: Process and apparatus for planting plantlets. Jones Tullar & Cooper P C, March 16, 1999: US05881655 (2 worldwide citation)

Plantlets from a bare-root, cutting or tissue culture condition are automatically planted into a nursery container. The apparatus creates a continuous supply of V-shaped notches in planting substrate, into which plantlets are placed and then the substrate is closed about the roots, creating a "sandw ...


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Joseph P Danowski, Timothy W Horton, Robert L Cook, Mark R Alt: Blow molded nursery container with stiffened rim and flexible handles. Nursery Supplies, Drinker Biddle & Reath, October 6, 2015: US09149007 (1 worldwide citation)

A blow molded nursery container is disclosed that includes a substantially circular side wall, a closed bottom end, an open top end, and a projecting lip positioned on the outer circumference of the open top end with a radial flange and recessed portion with a substantially hollow cross-section. At ...


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Ueda Seiichi, Higaki Shigeo, Sudo Manabu, Yagi Kosuke, Funaki Masahiko: Biodegradable nursery container and molding of the same. Daiho Industrial, January 7, 2000: JP2000-000032 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a nursery container set at least a part of the container body to rapidly biodegrade after transplantation to soil allowing not disturbing the growth of a nursery root. SOLUTION: The container molded from a material comprising paper fiber incorporated with starch and ...


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Richard B Skinner: Container and tag assembly. Robert E Cannuscio Esq, Seidel Gonda Lavorgna & Monaco PC, June 7, 2001: US20010002519-A1

A container, such as a nursery container, includes a tag attached thereto in a manner to render the tag tamper resistant and tamper evident. The container includes at least one slit formed in the side wall of the container for receiving the tag. The slit can be provided in the side wall at the upper ...



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