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David M. Czarnecki II, Madhugiri Nageswara Rao, Jeffrey G. Norcini, Frederick G. Gmitter Jr, and Zhanao Deng

resource conservation has further spurred this interest ( McDonald, 2001 ). In light of the mounting evidence of ecologically important phenotypic and genetic differences among populations within a species, end users of seeds of native wildflowers are

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Britney Hunter, Dan Drost, Brent Black, and Ruby Ward

Jan., 5 Feb., and 18 Feb. 2009 and on 15 Jan., 27 Jan., and 9 Feb. 2010. Transplants were grown in soilless mix containing equal parts peatmoss, vermiculite, and perlite, and plants were fertilized to provide 100 mg N/kg at 48-h intervals after

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Judith Pozo, Miguel Urrestarazu, Isidro Morales, Jessica Sánchez, Milagrosa Santos, Fernando Dianez, and Juan E. Álvaro

). On the other hand, there are considerable differences among genotypes within the same species ( Deren, 2001 ; Hodson et al., 2005 ; Ma and Takahashi, 2002 ). In addition, a given genotype of a plant growing under different Si concentrations can

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Xiaojie Zhao, Guihong Bi, Richard L. Harkess, Jac J. Varco, Tongyin Li, and Eugene K. Blythe

(fans per plant, inflorescences per plant) were analyzed using generalized linear mixed models with the GLIMMIX procedure of SAS. Differences among 2012 N rate or main effects of 2012 N rate were compared using polynomial contrasts. Mean comparisons were

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Qiang Liu, Youping Sun, James Altland, and Genhua Niu

plants per treatment in each block. All data were subjected to ANOVA analysis. Means separation among treatments was conducted using Tukey’s honest significant difference multiple comparison. All statistical analyses were performed using a generalized

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Ajay Nair and Mathieu Ngouajio

difference in marketable fruit weight or count among plants grown in the compost treatment under RC60, RC85, or without rowcovers. Similar trend was observed within the no-compost treatment. Thus, in 2009, there was no effect of rowcovers on marketable crop

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Loutrina Staley, D.G. Mortley, C.K. Bonsi, A. Bovell-Benjamin, and P. Gichuhi

also species differences in β-carotene content, although generally it appears that all three amendments enhanced β-carotene content. For example, β-carotene levels were similar among Amaranth plants receiving MB and PL, whereas it was enhanced by MB and

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Hardeep Singh, Bruce Dunn, Mark Payton, and Lynn Brandenberger

Princess) and hydroponic fertilizers for shoot weight. They reported different performance of cultivars among various nutrient solutions, with cultivars Monica and Princess performing the best. Walters and Currey (2015 ) reported differences among basil

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Desmond G. Mortley, Jun-Hyun Oh, Damicca S. Johnson, Conrad K. Bonsi, and Walter A. Hill

on the developmental stage at which the plants are harvested as well as the plant parts analyzed. There are several sources of omega-3 fatty acids that are available commercially, including from fish and flax seed oils. However, these are relatively

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Julie R. Kikkert, Stephen Reiners, and Beth K. Gugino

spatial arrangement. Furthermore, minor differences in plant stand were of less importance when the rows were closely spaced. Peck and Wilczynski (1967) reported that the yield of small beet roots (1 to 1 3/4 inches in diameter) remained nearly constant