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Shasha Wu, Youping Sun, Genhua Niu, James Altland, and Raul Cabrera

Water shortages and poor water quality are critical challenges to gardening and landscaping in many regions of the world and will continue to be a serious issue due to climate changes ( Cai et al., 2014a ). Urban landscape irrigation with

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S.M. Smith, J.W. Scott, J.A. Bartz, and S.A. Sargent

lycopersicum L. formerly Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) (see Peralta et al., 2006 ) that can be inoculated by water absorption through the stem scar when the fruit are immersed in the water of a packinghouse dump tank. Processed tomatoes do not typically

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Bruce W. Wood, Charles C. Reilly, and W. Louis Tedders

49 ORAL SESSION 12 (Abstr. 081-087) Tree Fruits and Nuts: Water and Temperature Stress

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Dariusz Swietlik

107 WORKSHOP 15 Measuring Soil and Plant Water Status to Indicate Irrigation Needs in Horticultural Crops

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Shinsuke Agehara and Daniel I. Leskovar

Vegetable seedlings often suffer transient water stress after transplanting. This so-called transplant shock is caused by the imbalance between water uptake and transpiration. In newly transplanted seedlings, water uptake is reduced because of root

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Kenneth A. Shackel

107 WORKSHOP 15 Measuring Soil and Plant Water Status to Indicate Irrigation Needs in Horticultural Crops

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S.R. Green, T.M. Mills, and B.E. Clothier

51 POSTER SESSION 2E (Abstr. 109–114) Water Utilization & Management—Cross-commodity

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P.R. Knight, J.R. Harris, and J.K. Fanelli

60 ORAL SESSION 10 (Abstr. 064–071) Water Stress/Water Utilization–Woody Plants

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Anne Frary, M. Ali Keçeli, Bilal Ökmen, Hasan Ö. Şιğva, Ahmet Yemenicioğlu, and Sami Doğanlar

detection of all water or lipid-soluble antioxidants in the extract and takes into account any synergistic effects between individual antioxidants. Alternatively, individual antioxidants can be extracted and characterized. For example, vitamin C is a water

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Jeb S. Fields, James S. Owen Jr., and Holly L. Scoggins

Fresh water is a limited resource that is necessary for the production of all plants. Forty percent of freshwater withdrawn in the United States is used for irrigation of crops ( Kenney et al., 2009 ). Furthermore, plants in intensively controlled