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A. Douglas Brede

difference 0.05 ) revealed only cultivar to be the significant factor. Therefore, cultivar means were averaged across seeding date and rate treatments. Results showed that ‘Alpha’ and ‘T-1’ were able to establish by seed more readily than an earlier cultivar

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Kenneth Cropper, Gregg Munshaw, and Michael Barrett

ensure good crabgrass incidence, both sites were seeded with smooth crabgrass at 15.8 lb/acre on 10 May 2014 and 31 Mar. 2015 for the first and second experiments, respectively. The later seeding date in 2014 was due, in part, to a delay in acquiring the

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Gregg C. Munshaw, John M. Layton, Barry R. Stewart, H. Wayne Philley, Jeffrey S. Beasley, and Rocky W. Lemus

(32/19 °C), July (33/22 °C), and August (33/21 °C) in Starkville, MS. Based on previous data ( Munshaw et al., 2009 ; Patton et al., 2004a ; Richardson et al., 2004) and the data generated in the current study, a seeding date during the month of June

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Dana Jokela and Ajay Nair

Teasdale and Mohler (2000) as the minimum biomass necessary to inhibit emergence of annual weeds. Two factors that may have favored high biomass production in our study are the soil type and seeding date. The relatively high organic matter soil at the

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J. Scott Ebdon and Michelle DaCosta

pasture species N. Z. J. Agr. Res. 43 15 25 doi: 10.1080/00288233.2000.9513404 Murphy, J.A. Samaranayake, H. Lawson, T.J. Honig, J.A. Hart, S. 2005 Seeding date and cultivars impact on establishment of bentgrass in soil containing annual bluegrass seed

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Jennifer Tillman, Ajay Nair, Mark Gleason, and Jean Batzer

effect, as our rye mulch did not cover the soil completely. Growth of rye was potentially limited by the sandy nature of the soil and in conjunction with an October seeding date that did not allow for as much growth in the fall as would occur with an

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Daniel S. Egel, Ray Martyn, and Chris Gunter

are different from each other in characteristics that have not been influenced by seeding date. The objectives of this study were to: 1) characterize the architecture and distribution of watermelon roots as affected by planting method (transplant

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Kalpana K.C. Adhikari, Mary Ruth McDonald, and Bruce D. Gossen

Gabrielson, 1983 ; Murakami et al., 2002 ; Myers and Campbell, 1985 ), manipulation of seeding date to avoid warm periods critical for infection and symptom development ( Adhikari, 2010 ; Gossen et al., 2011 ; McDonald and Westerveld, 2008 ), and

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Bohan Liu and Peter J. Landschoot

reported significant effects of the seeding date on establishment, but no effects were caused by the fertilizer treatments. Reicher et al. (2000) attributed the lack of response to fertilizer treatments to high fertility levels of the silt loam soil

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Rebecca Grube Sideman, Amanda Brown, Ruth Hazzard, and Heather Bryant

an ideal seeding date to balance these tradeoffs ( Brewster et al., 1977 ). In the northeastern United States, increased demand for fresh locally produced vegetables throughout winter and spring provides a possible market for hardy overwintering fresh