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Laura A. Warner, Anil Kumar Chaudhary, and Sebastian Galindo-Gonzalez

very likely to volunteer for a cleanup or wetland restoration event compared with only 24.1% (n = 108) of nonparticipants. Nearly half of the extension participants [n = 96 (48.7%)] indicated they were likely or very likely to purchase a license plate

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Kayla Snyder, Amanda Grant, Christopher Murray, and Bryon Wolff

Mulching is a process by which crops of interest are protected from environmental exposure and competition from weeds by covering or surrounding desirable plants with material that forms a barrier to light and moisture ( Kasirajan and Ngouajio, 2012

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Ian-Huei Yau, Joan R. Davenport, and Michelle M. Moyer

roots to depths of 30 m or more if no impenetrable barriers are present ( Keller, 2010 ). Only under severe water stress will wine grapes access substantial water from greater than 2 m. Shallow soils above parent material or other impenetrable barriers

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Andrew Koeser, Gary Kling, Candice Miller, and Daniel Warnock

purchasing considerations—including price and carbon footprint. These findings have led researchers to state that consumers are more interested in making the pots sustainable than the plants themselves ( Yue et al., 2011 ). Despite this consumer interest

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Qingwu Meng and Erik S. Runkle

unlighted natural SD treatment at CfAHR, a truncated 9-h SD treatment at MSU, or a CFL treatment at Kube Pak. At all sites, if any two treatments were in close proximity, a light barrier, such as a blackout fabric or black plastic sheet, was manually

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Heidi C. Anderson, Mary A. Rogers, and Emily E. Hoover

operate as photo-selective barriers could improve crop performance or even aid in pest and disease control in a tunnel system ( Baeza and López, 2012 ; Karlsson and Werner, 2011 ; Krizek et al., 2005 ; Paul et al., 2005 ). These plastic films

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Skyler Simnitt, Tatiana Borisova, Dario Chavez, and Mercy Olmstead

,” thus, they know before planting a particular variety how frost tender (i.e., susceptible) it is. Furthermore, they carefully prepare the land before planting, removing wind barriers, brush, and other obstructions that might prevent cold air drainage

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Xiuxiu Sun, Elizabeth Baldwin, Mark Ritenour, Anne Plotto, and Jinhe Bai

) and wax (carnauba-based Stay-Fresh 2109, solids content: 24.2 ± 0.5%) were obtained from JBT Corporation (Lakeland, FL). Pure pine oil was purchased from 100% Pure Essential Oils and Aromatherapy (Mechanicsburg, PA). Evaluation of colorants by test

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Andrew K. Koeser, Sarah T. Lovell, Aaron C. Petri, Robin G. Brumfield, and J. Ryan Stewart

differences in container design and porosity ( Koeser et al., 2013b ). Moving beyond issues associated with production, purchased plants introduced into the landscape may have different establishment and growth rates depending on the combination of species and

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Sadman Islam, Mark Lefsrud, Jan Adamowski, Blake Bissonnette, and Allison Busgang

size of the catchment area, the type of cisterns chosen to store the rainwater, and the piping material used to transport the water for its end use. Cost was by far the biggest barrier identified for the implementation of RWH systems in a recent study