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Xinwang Wang, Keith Kubenka, Warren Chatwin, Tommy Thompson, and L.J. Grauke

HortScience 32 141 143 https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTSCI.32.1.141 Thompson, T.E. Grauke, L.J. 1991 Pecans and other hickories ( Carya ) Acta Hort. 839 906 https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.1991.290.19 Thompson, T.E. Grauke, L.J. Reid

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Patrick J. Conner

similar care to the yield trial, except that only two sprays are applied in August to control hickory shuckworm ( Cydia caryana Fitch) and pecan scab is left untreated. One to three trees of various cultivars and selections are grafted into this trial to

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Xinwang Wang, Warren Chatwin, Keith Kubenka, Angelyn Hilton, Braden Tondre, Tommy Thompson, and LJ Grauke

Pecan cultivars: The Orchards Foundation Pecan Production Innovations Watkinsville, GA Thompson, T.E. Grauke, L.J. 1991 Pecans and other hickories ( Carya ) Acta Hortic. 290 839 906 https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.1991

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Asadolah Aslani Aslamarz, Kourosh Vahdati, Majid Rahemi, Darab Hassani, and Charles Leslie

with the LT90 data. Similar results were observed with apple ( Quamme et al., 1972 ), shag bark hickory ( George and Burke, 1977 ), hardwood species ( Hong et al., 1980 ), and grape ( Mills et al., 2006 ; Pierquet and Stushnoff, 1980 ). The range of LT

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Andrew L. Thomas, Richard J. Crawford Jr, George E. Rottinghaus, John K. Tracy, Wendy L. Applequist, Besa E. Schweitzer, Larry J. Havermann, Scott F. Woodbury, James S. Miller, Mark R. Ellersieck, and Dean E. Gray

were transplanted into five proximate locations within a 0.5-ha area on varying slopes, aspects, and soils in a natural, undisturbed dry-mesic oak-hickory ( Quercus - Carya ) forest. Indigenous populations of black cohosh were not found in the vicinity

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Ajay Nair and Brandon Carpenter

Biochar for this study was a commercial hardwood-based biochar produced primarily using oak ( Quercus sp.), elm ( Ulmus sp.), and hickory ( Carya sp.) in traditional kilns using slow pyrolysis at 842 °F for 5–30 min (Royal Oak Charcoal, Roswell, GA

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Madhulika Sagaram, Leonardo Lombardini, and L.J. Grauke

Resources (NCGR) for Pecans and Hickories maintains several orchards in Burleson County, TX (lat. 30°31′ N, long. 96°25′ W). Trees in the present test were a part of the College Station Mexican (CSM) Provenance orchard, located near College Station, TX (lat

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Erin R. Haramoto and Daniel C. Brainard

) equivalent or higher cabbage yields. Materials and Methods Plot establishment. Field trials were conducted in 2010 and 2011 at the Kellogg Biological Station in Hickory Corners, MI (lat. 42.4058°, long. –85.3845°). Weather conditions during the two years are

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Bruce W. Wood

on the stigmatic surface, and perhaps within style’s microphyle channel, ensures that only pecan and certain other Carya sp. (due to the ability to make pecan-hickory hybrid seed) are able to complete pollen grain germination and production of a

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Michele R. Warmund, Billy G. Cumbie, and Mark V. Coggeshall

revealed that these Chinese chestnuts have 2/5 phyllotaxy, in which five alternate leaves (or buds) are present in two revolutions around the stem with an 137.5° angle between them ( Levine, 2000 ). This arrangement of nodes is common on walnut, hickory