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Thiago Vieira da Costa, João Alexio Scarpare Filho, and Matthew W. Fidelibus

application and cane severance. Point-quadrat measurements ( Smart and Robinson, 1991 ) were made in the fruiting zone of each vine 1 d before spray application, and again 9 and 14 d after application to monitor defoliation. The measurements were made by

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Alan R. Biggs and Gregory M. Peck

(95% anhydrous CaCl 2 ) in a completely randomized design. Each plot received 5.0 lb/acre every other week in cover spray applications with insecticides and fungicides beginning at first cover and applied with an airblast sprayer calibrated to deliver

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turf managers often struggle with infestations of bermudagrass. Lindsey et al. (p. 251) evaluated spray applications of the herbicides mesotrione, topramezone, metribuzin, and ethofumesate alone and in tank mixtures for bermudagrass suppression and

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et al. (p. 301) conducted greenhouse studies to investigate the effects of a post-emergent spray application of clopyralid on four commonly grown strawberry varieties in Florida. At labeled rates, less than 12% leaf malformation was observed and

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Zachary D. Small, James D. McCurdy, Erick D. Begitschke, and Michael P. Richard

of wild garlic ( Allium vineale ) to the timing of spray applications of chlorsulfuron Weed Sci. 34 718 723 Leys, A.R. Slife, F.W. 1987 Comparison of chlorsulfuron and metsulfuron for control of AIlium vineale L Weed Res. 27 35 41 Ni, H. Wehtje, G

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Robert C. Ebel, Jacqueline K. Burns, Kelly T. Morgan, and Fritz Roka

daily irrigation, which is usually provided by microsprinkler irrigation. Table 1. Cultivar, rootstock, grove, and environmental conditions during spray application of CMNP for each trial. Treatments. Trees were sprayed with a

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Jayesh B. Samtani, John B. Masiunas, and James E. Appleby

a compressed air sprayer equipped with a single 80015 EVS nozzle (Spraying Systems, Wheaton, IL) delivering 187 L·ha −1 at 207 kPa. After the spray application dried, oak seedlings were moved back to the outdoor site. Seedlings were photographed

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Deborah Willard and Harlene Hatterman Valenti

broadleaf weed control for 1 month, and linuron for 2 months, after herbicide application ( Table 1 ). Similarly, in 2006, glyphosate plus oryzalin provided effective weed control 1 month after each spray application ( Table 2 ). However, broadleaf and grass

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Uttara C. Samarakoon and James E. Faust

following weekly foliar spray applications of chelated calcium (Ca-EDTA) at rates of 0 to 160 mg·L −1 Ca to stock plants during cutting development (n = 6); 1 mg·L −1 = 1 ppm, 1 g = 0.0353 oz, 1 g·mm = 0.0014 oz-inch. Leaf nutrient concentration. Calcium

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Orville C. Baldos, Joseph DeFrank, and Glenn Sakamoto

soil amendments, the land was fallowed for 6 to 7 months. To exhaust the weed seed bank during the fallow period, weed growth induced by winter rains was treated with repeated spot spray applications of glyphosate (Roundup Pro®; Monsanto, St Louis) at 3