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Tamara Wynne and Dale Devitt

Continued growth in the arid southwestern United States is placing greater demand on available water resources. Much of this growth is in sprawling metropolises where water is used outdoors to support urban landscapes ( Devitt et al., 2008 ; Litvak

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Maria C. Morera, Paul F. Monaghan, Michael D. Dukes, Ondine Wells, and Stacia L. Davis

. Water Mgt. 96 1623 1632 10.21273/HORTSCI.43.7.2081 Mutchek, M.A. Williams, E.D. 2010 Design space characterization for meeting cost and carbon reduction goals: Smart irrigation controllers in the southwestern United States J. Ind. Ecol. 14 727 739

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Yi Gong, Ronald B. Pegg, Adrian L. Kerrihard, Brad E. Lewis, and Richard J. Heerema

Irrigation District or irrigation wells. Pest and mineral nutrient management practices were implemented according to the common commercial standards for the southwestern United States. A clear biennial bearing cycle was evident in the orchard with “off” (i

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Bruce W. Wood and Larry J. Grauke

southwestern United States than the highly weathered acidic soils of the southeastern United States, it might be that the typically much higher orchard nutmeat yields (approximately twofold greater) in a low P arid soil environments is partially linked to

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Maria A. Macias-Leon and Daniel I. Leskovar

development when daylength exceeds 11–12 h, intermediate onions between 13 and 14 h, and long-day types more than 16 h ( Brewster, 1994 ). In the Southwestern United States, most short-day onion cultivars are direct-seeded between early September and early

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Mark P. Widrlechner, Christopher Daly, Markus Keller, and Kim Kaplan

and the desert southwestern United States; there, it is unlikely that minimum-temperature conditions in any given year varied significantly from the mapped zone. In such areas, more than 300 years might transpire between winters that are one full

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Cyrus A. Smith, Dawn VanLeeuwen, Richard J. Heerema, Joshua D. Sherman, Mary J. Comeau, and James L. Walworth

cultivar accumulating less Zn (‘Wichita’, in our case) should be sampled. In the southwestern United States and northern Mexico, where ‘Wichita’ and ‘Western’ are the two dominant cultivars, this could be accomplished, but Zn accumulation in most cultivars

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James E. Faust and Joanne Logan

original maps was 55–60 mol·m −2 ·d −1 which appears in the southwestern United States during May through July, whereas this range on the updated maps extends much further up the west coast throughout the summer months and into south central Washington

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Krishna Nemali

guide for calculating heating, ventilating, and cooling requirements in greenhouses was developed by the American Society for Agricultural and Biological Engineers ( ASABE, 1995 ). At present, many greenhouses in the southwestern United States use