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James S. Owen Jr, Stuart L. Warren, Ted E. Bilderback, and Joseph P. Albano

their availability, favorable physical properties, and lack of detrimental chemical constituents ( Handreck and Black, 2002 ). A saleable containerized crop can be produced quickly in bark substrates; however, water and nutrient uptake efficiencies may

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Lawrence R. Parsons, Bahman Sheikh, Robert Holden, and David W. York

The purpose of this article is to discuss several aspects of reclaimed water that are of importance today. Emphasis is placed on water reuse in Florida and California because they are two of the largest producers of reclaimed water in the United

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Roger Kjelgren and Larry Rupp

38 Colloquium 1 (Abstr. 700–705) Water Management and Water Relations of Horticultural Crops

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Moritz Knoche and Eckhard Grimm

cracks in the cuticular membrane (CM) when fruit surfaces were exposed to water or high humidity ( Knoche and Peschel, 2006 ). These cracks were limited to the CM, did not traverse epidermal or hypodermal cell layers, and were only detectable by

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D.R. Waterer

This study was supported by funding from the PAWBED agreement administered by Saskatchewan Water Corporation. Thanks to Manjula Bandara and Annette Zatylny for reviewing the manuscript. The cost of publishing this paper was defrayed in part

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Abby ShalekBriski, B. Wade Brorsen, Jon T. Biermacher, Charles T. Rohla, and Will Chaney

. (1993) designed four irrigation treatments based on a crop water stress index resulting in a wet, medium, and dry treatment as well as a grower-designated irrigation treatment. Sixteen trees established in 1967 were included in the 4-year experiment

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Annalisa Hultberg, Michele Schermann, and Cindy Tong

. Areas identified for further education included increasing awareness of outbreaks associated with fresh produce, recordkeeping of manure applications, composting processes, irrigation water quality testing, and use of sanitizers in wash water. Cohen et

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Rolston St. Hilaire, Michael A. Arnold, Don C. Wilkerson, Dale A. Devitt, Brian H. Hurd, Bruce J. Lesikar, Virginia I. Lohr, Chris A. Martin, Garry V. McDonald, Robert L. Morris, Dennis R. Pittenger, David A. Shaw, and David F. Zoldoske

Urban areas started as complex social structures ≈10,000 years ago. Many of the earliest urban areas developed in arid climates near reliable fresh river water resources ( Redman, 1999 ). In the modern era, urban and suburban population growth has

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Michael P. O'Neill and James P. Dobrowolski

impacts of the changing climate on water resources (IPCC, 2007; Karl et al., 2009 ; Knutson, 2008 ; Lins et al., 2010 ; Vorosmarty et al., 2000 , 2010 ). Current global change models have considerable uncertainty regarding future precipitation

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Joshua Knight, Dewayne L. Ingram, and Charles R. Hall

People consume and pollute freshwater, and, globally, most water use occurs in agriculture (Aldaya et al., 2012). About 80% of CWU in the United States is for agriculture; however, if states are looked at individually, agricultural use accounts for