AU Lotus Project Research Publications

The publications below provide information from popular literature
as well as juried research publications.

AUBURN UNIVERSITY generated works:

Literature Review
Auburn Lotus Project: Passionate Plant People Unite with a Common Vision
WIG On line, Volume 4, Number 3
Pests and Insects Most Commonly Seen on
Lotus (Nelumbo) Grown in Containers

International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society's Water Garden Journal
2nd Quarter, 2011, Volume 26, Number 2; see page 5.
Evaluating the Potential of Lotus Cultivation in Southeastern USA, Part I:
Evolution of Auburn University's Lotus Project

International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society's Water Garden Journal
2nd Quarter, 2010, Volume 25, Number 2; see page 15.
Evaluating the Potential of Lotus Cultivation in Southeastern USA, Part II:
Lotus as a Crop

International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society's Water Garden Journal
3rd Quarter, 2010, Volume 25, Number 3; see page 5.
Evaluating the Potential of Lotus Cultivation in Southeastern USA, Part III:
Potential of Lotus to Clean Polluted Waters

International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society's Water Garden Journal
3rd Quarter, 2010, Volume 25, Number 3; see page 11.
Evaluating the Potential of Lotus Cultivation in Southeastern USA, Part IV:
Auburn's Out-of-Season Lotus Production Protocol - A Preliminary Approach

International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society's Water Garden Journal
3rd Quarter, 2010, Volume 25, Number 3; see page 15.
Is Lotus an Ornamental Plant or a Vegetable? Yes!
WIG On line, Volume 4, Number 2
The Versatile and Valuable Lotus
WIG On line, Volume 3, Number 4
Experiments with Lotus (Nelumbo) Propagation at Auburn University
WIG On line, Volume 3, Number 4
Container Production and Post-harvest Handling of Lotus (Nelumbo)
Daike Tian's doctoral dissertation
A Secret Treasure in our Backyard: Edible Lotus -
The Whole World Gets it, but the USA

International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society's Water Garden Journal
4th Quarter, 2008, Volume 23, Number 4; see page 14.
Cultivation of Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera and Nelumbo lutea);
Advances in Soil and Fertility Management

International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society's Water Garden Journal
4th Quarter, 2009, Volume 24, Number 4; see page 7.
The Great Lotus Experiment (Works)
WIG On line, Volume 4, Number 3
AU Lotus Research Yields New Offering for Flower Enthusiasts
AU Wire Eagle

VARIETY OF SOURCES

Lotus of China
Importation of Nelumbo nucifera Gaertner (Waterlily, Lotus) as Roots from El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua into the Continental United States
USDA report
Sacred lotus, the long-living fruits of China Antique
Long-living lotus: germination and soil irradiation of centuries-old fruits, and cultivation, growth, and phenotypic abnormalities
Hybridizing Lotuses

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