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T.K. Hartz and R.F. Smith

productivity or increased N uptake efficiency, allowing N rates to be reduced. Including CRF use as a government-sanctioned best management practice (BMP) for water quality protection would provide an additional incentive. However, mandatory water quality BMPs

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Salvatore S. Mangiafico, Jay Gan, Laosheng Wu, Jianhang Lu, Julie P. Newman, Ben Faber, Donald J. Merhaut, and Richard Evans

.W. Wallace, B. 2000 Survey of best management practices in container production nurseries J. Environ. Hort. 18 142 144 Fare, D.C. Gilliam, C.H. Keever, G.J. Olive, J.W. 1994 Cyclic irrigation

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nutrients. Nitrogen and phosphorus are required for healthy turfgrass and often are supplied from fertilizers. Nutrient losses most often are associated with mismanagement of fertilizers. Nutrient losses are minimized by the adoption of best management

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decision, followed by tomato type, lycopene content, and production method. Survey of Container Nursery Irrigation Practices A survey conducted by Schoene et al. (p. 682 ) indicated that most BMPs (best management practices) were used by less than 50% of

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Julie H. Campbell, Jason J. Henderson, and Victoria H. Wallace

an interactive workshop that allowed for discussion about hands-on demonstrations of best management practices for pesticide-free athletic fields. The content of each of the programs was similar, covering topics that included: mowing, fertilization

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Jeff B. Million and Thomas H. Yeager

, is being recommended as a best management practice for conserving water [ Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS), 2014 ]. Although research has investigated ET from containers during production ( Beeson, 2010 ; Schuch and

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Robert L. Mikkelsen

illustration of the 4R framework for fertilizer best management practices. Selecting the right nutrient source, applied at the right rate, right time, and right place, helps to achieve crop management objectives of productivity, profitability, sustainability

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Damon E. Abdi and R. Thomas Fernandez

regarding the level of contamination present in runoff water can be mitigated through using best management practices (BMPs), such as installing buffer zones and improving water/chemical application practices; however, additional treatments to remove

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Joseph P. Albano, James Altland, Donald J. Merhaut, Sandra B. Wilson, and P. Chris Wilson

. 1997 Best management practices: Guide for producing container-grown plants. Southern Nursery Assn., Atlanta, GA Yeager, T. Bilderback, T. Fare, D. Gilliam, C. Lea-Cox, J. Niemiera, A. Ruter, J. Tilt, K. Warren, S. Whitwell, T. Wright, R. 2013 Best

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Monica Ozores-Hampton, K.E. Cushman, F. Roka, and R.D. French-Monar

) rates and best management practices (BMP) ( Table 1 and 2 ). Treatments consisted of N fertilizer rates of 200, 240, and 270 lb/acre in plots of 0.33 acre during the 2004–05 season and plots of 0.7 acre during the 2005–06 season, both arranged in RCBD