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Please note: All commercial use requests are subject to American Society for Horticultural Science policies identified within this document. In particular, commercial use may not be purchased through third party organizations, including through foreign rights organizations in other countries by any party. Foreign rights organizations sometimes present themselves as authorized by a publisher to extend commercial use rights, but publisher policies prevail. The safest way to comply with publisher policies is to follow guidelines offered on the publisher’s official site.

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Provided the work is always identified as having first been published by the journal, you are assured the following rights:

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