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Lucas G. Paranhos, Charles E. Barrett, Lincoln Zotarelli, Tatiana Borisova, Rebecca Darnell, and Kati Migliaccio

have access to information about the economic feasibility of the system in comparison with the traditional production practices. Currently, limited information exists on the cost and profitability of a plasticulture system for cabbage production. Past

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Amalie B. Kurzer, Rose Bechtel, and Jean-Xavier Guinard

acidity and acceptability starting only 3 weeks after harvest ( Tietel, 2011 ), consumers of citrus closest to the harvest location likely are the most accustomed to higher-quality fruit. These consumers likely also have access to larger numbers of

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Edward A. Evans, Fredy H. Ballen, and Jonathan H. Crane

treatment is expensive because the copper products act only as a chemical barrier against canker infection and are not systemic, whereby the treatment has to be applied routinely to the surface of the trees as they grow and mature ( Dewdney and Graham, 2012

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Thierry E. Besançon, Baylee L. Carr, and Albert Ayeni

University has confirmed that tigernut production is feasible, especially under black plastic mulch, where the plant is exposed to limited weed interference and has access to adequate moisture under natural rain supplemented with irrigation ( Satch, 2016

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Lori Hoagland, John Navazio, Jared Zystro, Ian Kaplan, Jose Gomez Vargas, and Kevin Gibson

systems. This approach originated in developing countries for marginal lands where fields are highly heterogeneous and growers often lack access to agrochemical inputs that optimize productivity of cultivars developed by public or private research stations

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Chase Jones-Baumgardt, David Llewellyn, and Youbin Zheng

separated in space to minimize light contamination from adjacent plots, which often limits the quantity of experimental plots and also can create variations in other environmental conditions (e.g., temperature, humidity, and air flow). Physical barriers

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Julian M. Alston and Philip G. Pardey

:// , accessed 20 May 2007.) An alternative approach, combining collective action by industry with support from government, may be more effective as a way of securing a long-term commitment of funding support and may be fairer and an economically

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H.M. Mathers, S.B. Lowe, C. Scagel, D.K. Struve, and L.T. Case

of pre-emergent herbicides are not uncommon to keep the “chemical barrier” on the container substrate surface, few studies have investigated the effects of these herbicides on root development of the crop in container production. Copper. Spinout

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Christopher D. Ryan, J. Bryan Unruh, Kevin E. Kenworthy, Alexa J. Lamm, John E. Erickson, and Laurie E. Trenholm

July 2010, a representative for the Sierra Club Florida (headquarters in St. Petersburg, FL) submitted a public records request for e-mails to gain access to the reviewers for this EDIS publication with allegations of corrupt science and collusion with

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Russell Galanti, Alyssa Cho, Amjad Ahmad, and Theodore Radovich

improving overall production ( Stephenson and Gallagher, 1989 ). Stakeholders in Hawaii consider replacing imported fertilizers with locally produced organic sources to be a high priority, and sourcing local inputs is ranked third on their list of barriers