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André Snyder, Matthew J. Morra, Jodi Johnson-Maynard, and Donald C. Thill

225 Newman A. Chemistry and biochemistry of thiocyanic acid and its derivatives Academic Press London, UK Bender, M. 1999 Economic feasibility review for community-scale farmer cooperatives for biodiesel Bioresour. Technol. 70 81 87 Bending, G

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Ronald S. Revord, Sarah T. Lovell, John M. Capik, Shawn A. Mehlenbacher, and Thomas J. Molnar

. Due to the long maturity times of hazelnut where test crosses are not always feasible, a practical approach may be to make many crosses using a diversity of parents, select the best offspring, and move forward expecting that a portion of the offspring

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Craig E. Kallsen

subsequent yield, perhaps by applying heat-reflective materials to the tree canopy, such as kaolin clay or calcium carbonate, to lower orchard temperatures below 18.3 °C from 15 Nov. to 15 Feb. might be economically feasible, whereas attempting to increase

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Eric B. Brennan

(i.e., cash crop failure). This is particularly true when we consider the diversity of crops and fields that the typical grower manages, and the economic pressure they face due to the high cost of agricultural land rent and the high production costs

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Elizabeth A. Perkus, Julie M. Grossman, Anne Pfeiffer, Mary A. Rogers, and Carl J. Rosen

mitigate the economic risk of farming ( Belasco et al., 2013 ). In this study, baseline soil tests indicated adequate fertility for pepper production. Compared with a yield goal of 0.7–1.0 kg/plant (≈22,000 to 25,000 kg·ha −1 ) for open field pepper

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Natalie P. Lounsbury, Bonnie B. Lounsbury, Nicholas D. Warren, and Richard G. Smith

a period of days to weeks, and then planting a cash crop in the resulting cover crop mulch could be used for other cover and cash cropping sequences as well. Results from this experiment show that tarps make cover crop-based no-till feasible. The

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Tong Zhang, Zheng Zhang, Qi Qiao, Wei Liu, and Xiaogai Hou

economic benefits of land. Furthermore, it can effectively reduce the use of water, fertilizer, and humus. Previous studies have confirmed that understory intercropping cultivation can improve the seed yield of P. ostii . For example, Wang et al. (2013

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Mitchell E. Armour, Margaret Worthington, John R. Clark, Renee T. Threlfall, and Luke Howard

raspberries and have lower disease pressure, which provides an economic incentive for growers. Additionally, consumer demand for blackberries has increased because of perceived health benefits associated with high levels of anthocyanins and antioxidants

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Eliezer S. Louzada and Chandrika Ramadugu

resources. Nucellar embryony and economic considerations are the predominant factors limiting the availability of new grapefruit hybrids. Fig. 5. Germinated seed of ‘Rio Red’ grapefruit demonstrating the presence of various embryos in a single seed

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temperatures. Breeding for heat tolerance in raspberries at North Carolina State University is a primary goal in order to achieve adequate plant vigor and production. Screening germplasm for heat tolerance thus far has been done only by visual assessment over a