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Raymond Kruse and Ajay Nair

, and 5 = transplant has grown seven or more leaves after transplanting. A total of 24 plants were sampled within each subplot treatment. Pest management. Cabbage loopers ( Trichoplusia ni ) and melon aphids ( Aphis gossypii ) were primary pests in both

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Elsa S. Sánchez and Heather D. Karsten

Nutrient management on organic farms can be challenging ( Clark et al., 1999 ; Pimentel et al., 2005 ) for two main reasons. First, typical organic nutrient management strategies include the use of compost, manures, other organic amendments, and

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M.L. Stratton

guidelines is the Pesticide Safe Use Tips (another bulletin board keeper). A figure of the Timeline for Cultural and Management Practices is so valuable that it could be given to employees for ready reference. The section on plant nutrients, with its handy

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John D. Lea-Cox, Cindy Zhao, David S. Ross, Theodore E. Bilderback, J. Roger Harris, Susan D. Day, Chuanxue Hong, Thomas H. Yeager, Richard C. Beeson Jr, William L. Bauerle, Andrew G. Ristvey, Mary Lorscheider, Sarah Dickinson, and John M. Ruter

, nutrient and crop health management learning modules 5 Aug. 2009 < http://www.waternut.org/moodle >. Hong, C.X. Moorman, G.W. 2005 Plant pathogens in irrigation water: Challenges and opportunities Crit. Rev. Plant Sci. 24 189 208 Lea-Cox, J.D. Ross, D

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Elisa Solis-Toapanta, Paul R. Fisher, and Celina Gómez

management in a greenhouse. To provide information that would facilitate nutrient management of small-scale hydroponics, our specific objectives were to 1) compare final growth, yield, and nutrient uptake of hydroponic tomato plants grown with either biweekly

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Marvin P. Pritts

strawberry plants grown under different temperature regimes Adv. Strawberry Production 2 26 33 Strik, B.C. 2013 Nutrient Management in Berry Crops in Oregon. 1 Apr. 2015. < http://www.oregon-strawberries.org/attachments/2013-May_Nutrient_Management

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Alfonso Llanderal, María Teresa Lao, Juana Isabel Contreras, and María Luz Segura

management in fruit crops J. Indian Soc. Soil Sci. 50 352 373 Bottoms, T.G. Bolda, M.P. Gaskell, M.L. Hartz, T.K. 2013 Determination of strawberry nutrient optimum ranges through diagnosis and recommendation integrated system analysis HortTechnology 23 312

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Kathleen Delate, Andrea McKern, Robert Turnbull, James T.S. Walker, Richard Volz, Allan White, Vincent Bus, Dave Rogers, Lyn Cole, Natalie How, Sarah Guernsey, and Jason Johnston

). Organic fruit growers worldwide are confronted annually with key decisions regarding cultivar selection to meet production area constraints and market demands, insect pest and disease management, weed control, and plant nutrition ( Weibel, 2001 ). In the

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Nadia Jiménez-Peña, Luis A. Valdez-Aguilar, Ana M. Castillo-González, María T. Colinas-León, Andrew D. Cartmill, and Donita L. Cartmill

based on nutrient ratios, instead of using the critical sufficiency ranges, has been shown to be superior for the prediction of the response of plants to nutrient acquisition. The Diagnosis and Recommendation Integrated System is a method proposed by

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Timothy K. Hartz, P. R. Johnstone, E. Williams, and R.F. Smith

recent years ( Breschini and Hartz, 2002 ; Hartz et al., 2000 ; Johnstone et al., 2005 ). This research called into question the validity of the plant tissue nutrient sufficiency ranges currently used by the industry (Lorenz and Tyler, 1983 : Ludwick