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Paul E. Blom and Julie M. Tarara

as an average-yielding sentinel site. Objective yield estimation procedures may neglect factors that are not readily quantifiable but that do influence yield as suggested in the outcomes of a regional forecast model ( Folwell et al., 1994

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Rosa E. Raudales, Tracy A. Irani, Charles R. Hall, and Paul R. Fisher

. Forecast. Soc. Change 43 215 239 Fischer, R. Fisher, P. Frances, A. 2008 Water treatment with copper ionization GMPro 2008 Dec 18 21 Fisher P. 2013 Water treatment: A growers guide for nursery and greenhouse irrigation. Water Education Alliance for

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Matthew Chappell, Sue K. Dove, Marc W. van Iersel, Paul A. Thomas, and John Ruter

thus grew another gardenia crop with sensor-controlled irrigation in the following (2012–13) production cycle. Fig. 3. Forecast and projected sales of ‘MADGA1’ (‘Heaven Scent’ ® ) gardenia grown using wireless sensor network controlled irrigation in

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Toktam Taghavi, Alireza Rahemi, Reza Rafie, and Maru K. Kering

from $56.23 million in 2017 to $114.34 million by 2025 at a cumulative annual growth rate of 9.28% during the forecast period 2018–25, according to the new report published by Fior Markets ( Globe Newswire, 2020 ). India is the major producer and

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Tina M. Waliczek, Nicole C. Wagner, and Selin Guney

Sci. 17 153 164 PR Newswire 2019 Global compost market report 2019: $9.2 Billion market opportunities, trends, forecast and competitive analysis, 2013–2024. 4 Dec. 2019. < https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/global-compost-market-report-2019

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Samuel E. Wortman, Michael S. Douglass, and Jeffrey D. Kindhart

caterpillar tunnel with roll-up sides and arranged in single rows spaced 2 m apart with 1-m spacing between towers within rows. The roll-up sides for both tunnels remained up unless nighttime air temperatures outside of the tunnel were forecast below 5 °C, and

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Brunella Morandi, Luigi Manfrini, Marco Zibordi, Massimo Noferini, Giovanni Fiori, and Luca Corelli Grappadelli

irrigation on the basis of fruit daily shrinkage ( Huguet, 1985 ) or for real-time monitoring of fruit growth to forecast harvest fruit size. After three seasons of field use without protection from environmental factors, only two of the 30 gauges used had

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Henry K. Ngugi and James R. Schupp

risk of fire blight epidemics resulting from use of the mechanical thinner. First, weather forecasting models should be used to predict the risk of infection; where possible, the use of the mechanical thinner should be avoided on days when temperature

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Thomas H. Spreen, Jean-Paul Baldwin, and Stephen H. Futch

associated with HLB. Therefore, the results depicted in Figure 2 may overstate future fruit production under the with HLB scenario. The 2013–14 Florida citrus crop forecast released in early Nov. 2013 indicates another small orange crop in Florida. Lower

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Fred T. Davies

't live on farms anymore, where we can grow our own fresh fruits and vegetables. How to Feed 9 Billion People? By the middle of the 21st century, the world population will increase from 6.8 billion to more than 9 billion. Forecast increases in crop