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James E. Faust, Pamela C. Korczynski, and Uttara C. Samarakoon

greenhouses: Energy saving in protected cultivation Acta Hort. 245 377 383 Critten, D.L. 1993 A review of the light transmission into greenhouse crops: Greenhouse crop models Acta Hort. 328 9 31 Deregibus, V.A. 1985 Tillering responses to enrichment of red

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

modeled using LCA ( Table 1 ). The CF was calculated for this 8-week crop model as 0.14 kg CO 2 e with variable costs of $0.67. Fifty-seven percent of CF and 43% of variable costs in the model were from the container and shuttle tray. Heating contributed

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Arthur Villordon, Ron Sheffield, Jose Rojas, and Yin-Lin Chiu

, respectively ( Villordon et al., 2010 ). Representations of air and soil temperatures as air and soil heat units, respectively, have been used routinely in crop modeling ( Pale et al., 2003 ; Riha et al., 1996 ). The air and soil temperature ranges as well as

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Travis C. Teuton, John C. Sorochan, Christopher L. Main, and Thomas C. Mueller

Hybrid bluegrass, kentucky bluegrass, and tall fescue response to nitrogen fertilization in the transition zone HortScience 42 369 372 Thornley, J.H.M. Johnson, I.R. 1990 Plant and crop modeling: A mathematical approach to plant and crop physiology

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Ockert Greyvenstein, Brent Pemberton, Terri Starman, Genhua Niu, and David Byrne

&M University System 2013 Earth-Kind Roses. 31 Aug. 2013. < > Thornley, J.H. Johnson, I.R. 1990 Plant and crop modelling. A mathematical approach to plant and crop physiology. Clarendon Press, Oxford, UK Wahid

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Gladis M. Zinati

canopies HortScience 46 163 166 Boote, K.J. Jones, J.W. Pickering, N.B. 1996 Potential uses and limitations of crop models Agron. J. 88 704 716 Boote, K.J. Pickering, N.B. Allen L.H. Jr 1997 Plant modeling: Advances and gaps in our capability to project

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Gabino H. Reginato, Víctor García de Cortázar, and Terence L. Robinson

load for different cultivars can lead to better decisions in the design and establishment of new orchards. Literature Cited Atkins, T.A. 1990 Using crop models to predict orchard profitability Acta Hort. 276 363 370

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Chen-Yu Lin, Kan-Shu Chen, Hsuan-Ping Chen, Hsiang-I Lee, and Ching-Hsiang Hsieh

.G.H. Bonnema, G. 2018 Effect of ambient temperature fluctuation on the timing of the transition to the generative stage in cauliflower Environ. Exp. Bot. 155 742 750 Uptmoor, R. Schrag, T. Stützel, H. Esch, E. 2008 Crop model based QTL analysis across

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Jonathan M. Frantz and Peter Ling

Taub, D.R. Wang, X. 2008 Why are nitrogen concentrations in plant tissues lower under elevated CO2? A critical examination of the hypotheses J. Integr. Plant Biol. 50 1365 1374 Thornley, J.H.M. Johnson, I.R. 2000 Plant and crop modeling: A mathematical

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Francisco Alcon, Mari Carmen García-Martínez, María Dolores De-Miguel, and María Ángeles Fernández-Zamudio

cropping models, all of which require more or less complex technology. This system has a series of advantages and drawbacks when compared with traditional production in soil. Among the most outstanding advantages are higher efficiency in the use of