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Silvia Jiménez Becker, Blanca María Plaza, and María Teresa Lao

that describe K uptake. In some examples, Pardossi et al. (2004) used as independent variables global radiation and air temperature in the greenhouse, crop age, and the uptake of water. Silberbush and Ben-Asher (2001) evaluated the K uptake in

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Bandara Gajanayake, Brian W. Trader, K. Raja Reddy, and Richard L. Harkess

with the crop requiring high radiation and minimum daytime temperatures between 18 and 21 °C for maximum fruit set. Pepper, being a warm-season crop, requires night and soil temperatures of 14.5 °C or higher to promote growth. Lower temperatures are

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Arthur T. DeGaetano

Apple growers in the northeastern United States often experience spring freeze injury to their crops. During recent years, the cumulative effect of relatively mild winter temperatures has advanced leaf-emergence and bloom, leaving critical

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Silvia Jiménez Becker, Maria Teresa Lao, and Mari Luz Segura

( Bernstein et al., 2005 ), solution pH, and solution temperature ( Wen et al., 2000 ). In general, plants better adapted to acidic soil conditions seem to prefer ammonium, whereas those adapted to alkaline soils prefer nitrate ( Hahne and Schuch, 2006

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Justine E. Vanden Heuvel and Wesley R. Autio

in cranberry ( Onayemi et al., 2006 ; Vvedenskaya and Vorsa, 2004 ) and is likely affected by berry environment as well as the whole plant environment. Cranberry growers have anecdotally linked cool night temperatures before harvest to high TAcy

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P.M.A. Toivonen and C.R. Hampson

temperature conditioning treatment in the belief that a warming of the fruit before cutting might reduce damage incurred during the cutting process. This practice is based on existing knowledge of the differing sensitivity of apple cultivars to bruising injury

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Wol-Soo Kim, Xiu-Yu Wu, and Soon-Ju Chung

Poster Session 46—Temperature Stress Physiology 21 July 2005, 12:00–12:45 p.m. Poster Hall–Ballroom E/F

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Sueyde F. de Oliveira, Paul R. Fisher, Jinsheng Huang, and Simone da C. Mello

, potassium nitrate, or other soluble fertilizer materials coated with a polymer, resin, sulfur, or a hybrid of sulfur-coated urea coated with a polymer or resin. Polymer-coated materials release nutrients primarily based on the temperature and moisture status

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A. Cutlan, J.E. Erwin, H. Huntington, and J. Huntington

102 POSTER SESSION 4F (Abstr. 224–233) Photoperiod/Temperature/Growth—Floriculture

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Peter M.A. Toivonen

sweet cherries is an important practice to ensure delivery of good quality at the market place ( Mattheis and Fellman, 2004 ). All sweet cherry packing lines incorporate hydrocooling to reduce fruit temperature before packing within several minutes