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Juan Pablo Fernández-Trujillo, Gene E. Lester, Noelia Dos-Santos, Juan Antonio Martínez, Juan Esteva, John L. Jifon, and Plácido Varó

84 89 Bertelsen, P., J. Harwood, F. Hoff, H. Lee, A. Pérez, S. Pollack, A. Somwaru, and G. Zepp. 1994. Honeydew: An economic assessment of the feasibility of providing multiple-peril crop insurance. 19 Mar. 2013. < http://www.rma.usda.gov/pilots/feasible

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Gustavo F. Kreutz, Germán V. Sandoya, Gary K. England, and Wendy Mussoline

transplanting required for producing lettuce in sand, may increase lettuce profitability through improved weed control and nutrient timing. Therefore, the results found in this study justify further economic analysis to investigate the feasibility of expanding

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Rolland Agaba, Phinehas Tukamuhabwa, Patrick Rubaihayo, Silver Tumwegamire, Andrew Ssenyonjo, Robert O.M. Mwanga, Jean Ndirigwe, and Wolfgang J. Grüneberg

treated as one primary genepool. The Mexican yam bean is known also as jicama and has reached some economic importance in Mexico for export, as well as in Asian countries in local markets. The crop is surprisingly diverse with local given names such as

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Samuel J. Dunlop, Marta Camps Arbestain, Peter A. Bishop, and Jason J. Wargent

economic and practical feasibility of such a concept is required at this time, as well as a life cycle analysis (LCA) so that the environmental impact associated with the production, use, and disposal of biochar substrates is compared with regular

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Maren E. Veatch-Blohm, Dorothy Chen, and Matthew Hassett

. 11 17 31 Daffodil.org 1995–2011 Northern California Daffodil Society, Inc. Livermore, CA. Ellis, F.L.S. 2002 Naming daffodils BSBI News 89 26 31 ERS 1995 Field-grown bulb crops: An economic assessment of the feasibility of providing multiple

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Bruno Casamali, Jeffrey G. Williamson, Alisson P. Kovaleski, Steven A. Sargent, and Rebecca L. Darnell

-rooted plants in amended soil and grafted plants in either soil treatment. This suggests that using V. arboreum as a rootstock for SHB blueberry production may be feasible in nonamended soils where fruit are mechanical harvested. No consistent differences

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Robert M. Pyne, Adolfina R. Koroch, Christian A. Wyenandt, and James E. Simon

races. Integration of downy mildew–resistant sweet basil cultivars into pest management strategies represents a more sustainable control strategy that is advantageous to environmental, public health, and economic interests. Host resistance to basil downy

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Eddo Rugini, Cristian Silvestri, Marilena Ceccarelli, Rosario Muleo, and Valerio Cristofori

rootstocks, could be a feasible strategy to achieve rapid results. However, the availability of dwarfing rootstocks is very limited and their effectiveness is genotype dependent ( Fontanazza et al., 1998 ). It might be possible to select rootstocks from

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Arthur Villordon, Christopher Clark, Don Ferrin, and Don LaBonte

of ‘Beauregard’ sweetpotato grown in Louisiana. We also sought to assess the feasibility of using accumulated GDD along with agrometeorological variables to improve harvest date prediction for sweetpotato based on a target yield using LR and DM

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Aidan Kendall, Travis R. Alexander, Gabriel T. LaHue, and Carol A. Miles

. 112 Galinato, S.P. Miles, C.A. Kendall, A. Alexander, T.R. 2022 Economic feasibility of cider orchard mechanization in Washington state PNW Ext. Bul. (in press) Galinato, S.P. Gallardo, R.K. Miles, C.A. 2014 2013 Cost