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Nicole L. Waterland, Craig A. Campbell, John J. Finer, and Michelle L. Jones

sprays (volume of ≈28 mL) at the rate of 0 or 500 mg·L −1 s-ABA with the addition of 0.05% CapSil® (Aquatrols Corporation of America, Inc., Cherry Hill, NJ). Spray applications were applied with a Regulator Bak-pak® sprayer (H.D. Hudson Manufacturing

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Kent E. Cushman, William B. Evans, David M. Ingram, Patrick D. Gerard, R. Allen Straw, Craig H. Canaday, Jim E. Wyatt, and Michael M. Kenty

foliar nitrogen [CoRoN 25–0–0 (25N–0P–0K); Helena Chemical Co.]. Spray treatments consisted of a control, defined as a spray application of tap water, and six combinations of azoxystrobin/chlorothalonil alone or with various combinations of the previously

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Geoffrey M. Weaver and Marc W. van Iersel

Discussion Leaf chlorophyll. Rate-dependent chlorosis was observed in the ABA-treated plants beginning at 4 d after spray application (Day 5) ( Fig. 2 ). This effect persisted through 47 d after treatment (data not shown). Plants treated with 1000 and 2000 mg

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Steven J. McArtney, John D. Obermiller, Tom Hoyt, and Michael L. Parker

(SI) of ‘Law Rome’ apple fruit harvested at different intervals after a preharvest spray application of 160 mg·L −1 1-methylcyclopropene (1-MCP) on 17 Sept. 2007. Table 2. Internal ethylene concentration (IEC), flesh firmness, starch index (SI), and

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Helen E. Hammond, Richard K. Schoellhorn, Sandra B. Wilson, and Jeffrey G. Norcini

single spray application of 45 or 60 mg·L −1 uniconazole moderately reduced plant height of ‘Burgundy’ blanketflower ( Latimer et al., 1999 ), ‘Goblin’ blanketflower ( G. × grandiflora ) was not responsive ( Latimer et al., 2006 ). Also, although not an

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Shinsuke Agehara

modulation was suppressed by preplant spray treatment of 1-MCP. Table 1. Postplanting growth of ‘Florida 47’ tomato as affected by preplant spray application of 1-MCP (Expt. 2). z Stem thickening and inhibition of stem elongation are morphological adaptations

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grapes. New cultural practices that increase freezing tolerance are needed to mitigate economic loss from cold weather events. In a multi-location field study by Dami et al. (p. 293) , a spray application of abscisic acid to the vine canopy during berry

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the use of a foliar spray application of auxin for rooting rose cuttings. Rooting and initial shoot growth of cuttings sprayed with auxin was similar or less than for cuttings treated with a basal quick-dip. Addition of surfactant to the spray solution

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James R. Schupp, Thomas M. Kon, and H. Edwin Winzeler

Lady’ trees by airblast sprayer. Additional study is needed to determine if certain cultivars are more sensitive, what the maximum safe concentration is for such cultivars, and to optimize spray application technology for ACC. ACC had efficacy at 20 mm

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Shinsuke Agehara and Daniel I. Leskovar

spray application events. Data points are means (n = 4). Asterisks indicate significant effects of ABA for each application timing (Tukey–Kramer test, P < 0.05). DBM = days before maturity; DAM = days after maturity. Table 1. RSER of ‘Florida 91’ and