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Gerald M. Henry, Michael G. Burton, and Fred H. Yelverton

development of integrated weed management strategies for managed ecosystems centers around habitat delineation of weed species ( Cardina et al., 1997 ). The manipulation of environmental factors to improve crop growth conditions may be feasible through the

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Josep Rufat, Agustí J. Romero-Aroca, Amadeu Arbonés, Josep M. Villar, Juan F. Hermoso, and Miquel Pascual

availability of the required amount of irrigation water, which is a scarce resource in many areas. In terms of crop management, DI strategies have demonstrated their feasibility for yield improvement in arid and semiarid areas ( Gómez-del-Campo et al., 2014

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Fahed A. Al-Mana, Abdullah M. Algahtani, Yaser H. Dewir, Majed A. Alotaibi, Mohammed A. Al-Yafrsi, and Khalid M. Elhindi

ornamental pots under irrigation with saline magnetized water would only be feasible if either organic or inorganic soil amendments were applied in cultivation soils ( Table 2 ; Figs. 2 and 3 ). Inflorescence production and survival under different

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Yun-wen Wang, Bruce L. Dunn, Daryl B. Arnall, and Pei-sheng Mao

chlorophyll concentration, this research evaluated the feasibility of collecting indirect measurements of chlorophyll content. A new pocket optical NDVI sensor unit and the SPAD chlorophyll meter have not been studied for assessment of N status of potted

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tremendous promise for harvest season extension, an opportunity of great potential economic benefit to growers in temperate latitudes. To test the feasibility of this method under eastern North American growing conditions, two genetically distinct asparagus

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Charles E. Barrett, Lincoln Zotarelli, Lucas G. Paranhos, Peter Dittmar, Clyde W. Fraisse, and John VanSickle

accepted by commercial growers in Florida. This could be, in part, because no research has been performed to assess the economic feasibility of a plasticulture system adapted for use in Florida. Moreover, the low cost of operation and ease of use associated

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S.M. Schneider, B.D. Hanson, J.S. Gerik, A. Shrestha, T.J. Trout, and S. Gao

represent an economic impact because total trees in the range of 3/8 to 5/8 inch diameter did not differ among treatments. For example, the MB:Pic treatment had significantly more 3/8- to 1/2-inch-diameter trees compared with the untreated control, but only

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Qingwu Meng and Erik S. Runkle

+FR of 0.64 (R:FR = 0.59), indicating LEDs that emit an intermediate P FR /P R+FR are a feasible replacement for INC lamps. In this study, the P FR /P R+FR of the INC lamps and R + W + FR LEDs was 0.64 (R:FR = 0.56) and 0.67 (R:FR = 0.82), respectively

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Samuel Contreras, Mark A. Bennett, and David Tay

second harvest (23 Aug.) were used for germination and germinability assessment. Seed evaluation and data analysis were performed according to methodology described in Expt. 1. For the accelerated aging (AA) test, lettuce seeds were aged at 41 °C and ≈100

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

turmeric’s high susceptibility to rhizome rot diseases ( Khader et al., 1994 ; Shagufta et al., 2009 ). Turmeric is vulnerable to a number of fungal diseases, with the rhizome rot being the most destructive one, causing enormous economic damage. Pythium