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Virginia M. Moore and William F. Tracy

Corn earworm ( Helicoverpa zea ) is the most destructive pest of sweet corn ( Zea mays ) ( Del Valle and Miller, 1963 ; Pimentel et al., 1997 ; Snyder, 1967 ; Yadav, 1980 ). It is challenging to manage due to its migratory nature, its status as a

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Christopher Parry and Bruce Bugbee

maize ( Zea mays ) Plant Cell Environ. 20 1051 1060

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Bernardo Ordás, Rosa A. Malvar, Amando Ordás, and Pedro Revilla

412 Schultz, J.A. Juvik, J.A. 2004 Current models for starch synthesis and the sugary enhancer1 ( se1 ) mutation in Zea mays Plant Physiol. Biochem. 42 457 464 Tracy, W.F. 1990

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Vincent M. Russo and Merritt Taylor

amendments) requirements but has not been certified. In the fall of 2004, the plant residue from bell pepper ( Capsicum annuum L.), cucumber ( Cucumis sativus L.), and sweet corn ( Zea mays var. rugosa Bonaf.) was mowed, left for 2 weeks, and soil

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Steve M. Spangler, Dennis D. Calvin, Joe Russo, and Jay Schlegel

Connecticut J. Agr. Entomol. 5 153 159 Angel, J. 2008 What are heating/cooling/growing degree days? 12 May 2008 < http://www.sws.uiuc.edu/atmos/statecli/FAQ/faq.htm >. Arnold, C.Y. 1974 Predicting stages of sweet corn ( Zea mays L.) development J. Amer. Soc

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Jerald K. Pataky, Michael D. Meyer, Joseph D. Bollman, Chris M. Boerboom, and Martin M. Williams II

.D. Barrett, M. Poneleit, C.G. 1994 Inheritance of bentazon susceptibility in a corn ( Zea mays ) line Weed Sci. 42 641 647 Bunting, J.A. Sprague, C.L. Riechers, D.E. 2004 Physiological basis

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Guodong Liu, D. Marshall Porterfield, Yuncong Li, and Waldemar Klassen

for improving germination percentages of aged and waterlogged seeds; and 3) provide a method for rescuing plant germplasm from aged or improperly stored seeds for use in plant breeding programs. Materials and Methods Seeds. Corn ( Zea mays L.) seeds

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Vincent M. Russo and Wayne W. Fish

( Cucumis sativus L.), cv. Earli Pik, and sweet corn ( Zea mays var. rugosa Bonaf.), cv. Incredible, were sown in single rows in the middle of beds on 14 Apr. 2010. Cucumber was spaced 0.45 m between plants and sweet corn spaced 11.5 cm between plants

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Kate A. Ivancic, Matthew D. Ruark, Francisco J. Arriaga, and Erin M. Silva

( Zea mays L.) Field Crops Res. 209 27 38

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Reid R. Rice and William F. Tracy

corn populations derived from crosses between sweet corn and field corn Span. J. Agr. Res. 6 378 384 Chandler, M.A. Tracy, W.F. 2007 Vegetative phase change among sweet corn ( Zea mays L.) hybrids varying for reaction to common rust ( Puccinia sorghi