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Samuel Contreras, Mark A. Bennett, James D. Metzger, David Tay, and Haim Nerson

light spectral composition on lettuce seed quality: 1) effects during lettuce seed production (intact plants) and 2) effects during artificial seed desiccation (flower heads removed from the mother plant). Expt. 1: Effects of light quality during seed

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Timothy G. Porch, James R. Smith, James S. Beaver, Phillip D. Griffiths, and Craig H. Canaday

after planting in Puerto Rico and 106 d in Tennessee. Both TARS-HT1 and TARS-HT2 have kidney-shaped seeds with good plant architecture and good seed quality ( Table 3 ) that is commercially acceptable in Puerto Rico and the United States. Under non

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Howard F. Harrison Jr., D. Michael Jackson, Judy A. Thies, Richard L. Fery, and J. Powell Smith

of the original populations were carefully evaluated for the following traits: rapid growth, good vigor, indeterminate growth habit, and high seed quality. A single progeny population was selected from each of the original landrace populations as a

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Kelly T. Morgan, Kent E. Cushman, and Shinjiro Sato

. Chikushi, J. Inoue, M. 2001 Nitrogen recovery of coated fertilizers and influence on peanut seed quality for peanuts grown on sandy soil Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 32 3121 3140 Zvomuya, F. Rosen, C.J. Russelle, M.P. Gupta, S.C. 2003 Nitrate leaching and

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Stephanie J. Walker, Paul Funk, Israel Joukhadar, Tom Place, Charles Havlik, and Bradley Tonnessen

‘NuMex Odyssey’. This line was planted in 2015 (25W15) within an insect-excluding seed cage ( Bosland, 1993 ) to increase seed quantity. During this growing season, off-type plants within the seed cage were removed to refine seed quality. Evaluation

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Nicole L. Waterland and Richard J. Gladon

radicle length (1 mm or less) without the development of greater than 5% abnormal seedlings; and treated seeds, when fully grown and flowering, were not different from control plants in any of the parameters measured. Initial seed quality was high and

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Philip J. Kauth and Hector E. Pérez

wildflower market during 2011. Open-ended questions. We asked survey participants to provide answers to several open-ended questions including definitions of a FNW and seed quality and their methods for storing and conditioning seeds ( Table 11 ). Most

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Mark K. Ehlenfeldt and James L. Luteyn

tabulations of presumed viable seed, ARS 99-72 and ‘Bluecrop’ both had seed quality rated as good and good/fair, whereas for ‘Duke’ crosses, only good-fair seed quality was recorded. Seed from these crosses was generally viable in appearance but reduced in

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James L. Brewbaker

46 159 165 Zan, G.H. Brewbaker, J.L. 1999 Seed quality of isogenic endosperm mutants in sweet corn Maydica 44 271 277

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Linda Chalker-Scott

and seed quality of modern and traditional soybean [ Glycine max (L.) Merr.] under organic, biodynamic and chemical production practices in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam Omonrice 15 75 85 Turinek, M. Grobelnik-Mlakar, S. Bavec, F. Bavec, M. Marić, S