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Joshua Sherman, Richard J. Heerema, Dawn VanLeeuwen, and Rolston St. Hilaire

mild winters and annual rainfall between 660 and 1300 mm ( Sparks, 2002 , 2005 ). In the southwestern United States, improved pecan cultivars have become a major driver for the agricultural economy with combined in-shell production value of $182

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Junxin Huang, Robert Heyduck, Richard D. Richins, Dawn VanLeeuwen, Mary A. O’Connell, and Shengrui Yao

.) fruits J. Food Biochem. 33 613 629 Yao, S. 2013 Past, present, and future of jujubes-Chinese dates in the United States HortScience 48 672 680 Yao, S. 2016 Jujube, an alternative fruit crop for the Southwestern United States HortScience 51 1329 1332 Yao

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Jacqueline Cormier, Robert Heyduck, Steven Guldan, Shengrui Yao, Dawn VanLeeuwen, and Ivette Guzman

production in the southwestern United States HortTechnology 24 7 15 Heyduck, R. Guldan, S.J. Guzman, I. 2019 Effect of sowing date and harvest schedule on organic spinach grown during the winter in high tunnels HortTechnology 29 320 329 Johnny’s Selected

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Jonathan Magby, Gayle M. Volk, Adam Henk, and Steve Miller

and Miller, 2018 ). Previous studies. Our research complements previous studies performed in the southwestern United States and in Minnesota. Routson et al. (2009) sampled 280 apple trees from abandoned homesteads and orchards across four

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Sabine R. Green, Geno A. Picchioni, Leigh W. Murray, and Marisa M. Wall

Specialty cut flowers have become important to the United States floriculture industry. The semiarid southwestern United States, including southern New Mexico, has limited availability of specialty cut dried flowers (“everlasting” flowers), but the

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Steven J. Bergsten, Andrew K. Koeser, and J. Ryan Stewart

disparities related to growing populations and dwindling water reserves in semiarid regions, such as the southwestern United States. Agaves employ the crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) photosynthetic pathway, which maximizes water-use efficiency by shifting

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Neel Kamal, Ashish Saxena, Robert L. Steiner, and Christopher S. Cramer

disease in the southwestern United States ( Wall and Corgan, 1994 ). Every year, this disease causes yield and quality losses in the field and during storage ( Wall and Corgan, 1994 ). Bulbs with black mold exhibit shallow lesions on dry outer scales and

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Mark A. Mikel

southwestern United States ( Whitaker, 1974 ). The second cycle resulted in ‘Great Lakes’ type varieties primarily from recombination of ‘Imperial’ type cultivars with ‘Brittle Ice’. ‘Great Lakes’ cultivars were stress-tolerant, resistant to the physiological

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Carlos Alberto Lecona-Guzmán, Sheila Reyes-Zambrano, Felipe Alonso Barredo-Pool, Miguel Abud-Archila, Joaquín Adolfo Montes-Molina, Reiner Rincón-Rosales, and Federico Antonio Gutierrez-Miceli

The Agave is an important species native to semiarid and arid regions, the origin center being Mexico. These plant populations spread from the southwestern United States through Central America, the Caribbean, and into northern South America

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Neil O. Anderson and Richard T. Olsen

postcard displaying the fruits on a field of spineless cacti. The use of prickly pear as a forage crop began with the introduction of cattle to the New World by the Spanish to their territories in Mexico and the southwestern United States where Opuntia