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Jeffrey G. Williamson and Jonathan H. Crane

) orchards were investigated in southern Miami–Dade County (B. Schaffer and S. O'Hair, unpublished data). Groundwater monitoring of all orchards after fertilizer applications revealed total Kjeldahl nitrogen, ammonium nitrogen (NH 4 -N), and nitrate

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Rachel Mack, James S. Owen, Alex X. Niemiera, and Joyce Latimer

profitability. Contaminants (such as fertilizers, agrichemicals, and sediment) leaving an operation via runoff water from an agricultural production site are considered nonpoint source pollution and can contribute to the impairment of waterways downstream

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Lenny Wells

that promote tree growth and vigor during the establishment phase are desirable for increasing tree fruiting surface. Irrigation and N fertilizer must be managed appropriately to achieve optimum tree growth and nut production, while ensuring minimal

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Ka Yeon Jeong, Paul V. Nelson, Carl E. Niedziela Jr., and David A. Dickey

respiratory acidification ( Marschner, 1995 ); acidic, neutral, or alkaline biotic effect of nutrient uptake ( Pertusatti and Prado, 2007 ), which varies among plant species ( Fisher et al., 2014a ; Johnson et al., 2013 ); and the abiotic effect of fertilizer

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Chandrappa Gangaiah, Amjad Ahmad, Hue V. Nguyen, Koon-Hui Wang, and Theodore J.K. Radovich

To meet increasing demand for locally available inputs, the use of seaweed as a source of crop nutrients is a viable option ( Pramanick et al., 2014 ). Many growers in the Pacific region are requesting such an organic fertilizer ( Radovich et al

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Tom Yeager, Jeff Million, Claudia Larsen, and Bob Stamps

different from any other facet of agriculture. The sizes and shapes of plants and containers, number of plant species and cultivars, methods of irrigation delivery, fertilizer types and application methods, and number of plants per unit area make container

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Arsène Similien, Dennis A. Shannon, C. Wesley Wood, Edzard van Santen, Nirmal Joshee, and Wheeler G. Foshee

second tillage and before bedding. Chemical fertilizer and chicken litter were hand-broadcasted on respective plots on 6 Apr. 2007 before bedding. An 18-inch wide bedder (Reddick Fumigants, LLC, Williamston, NC) was used to prepare beds and place drip

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Martin P.N. Gent and Richard J. McAvoy

Conventional overhead watering uses excess water to ensure complete coverage of the entire crop to the point of effective saturation of the root medium or substrate. Under certain conditions, up to 75% of the water and fertilizer applied by overhead

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Travis Wayne Shaddox and Joseph Bryan Unruh

influence of four rates of urea on turf quality and reported that N applied at 18 kg·ha −1 per year as urea resulted in acceptable turf quality during each fertilizer cycle over 2 years. Young et al. (1999) reported that N applied as urea at 49 kg·ha −1

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Jonas Christensen, Uffe Bjerre Lauridsen, Christian Andreasen, and Henrik Lütken

( Briard et al., 2002 ). No other uses of sea kale as a vegetable have apparently been reported. Walmsley and Davy (1997c) published an ecological study on the plant in response to substrate composition around its known habitat and fertilizer. They found