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Levi Fredrikson, Patricia A. Skinkis, and Ed Peachey

biomass were separated by hand, and fresh weights were measured separately for each biomass sample. Cereal rye, crimson clover, and weed biomass were oven-dried separately to determine percent moisture content. Weed densities and estimation of coverage

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Tina M. Waliczek, Nicole C. Wagner, and Selin Guney

salt content, macro and micronutrient content, carbon:nitrogen ratio, percent solids, and percent moisture content of composted brown seaweed, Sembera et al. (2018) found that compost created from brown seaweed resulted in a quality product for the

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Mary Jane Clark and Youbin Zheng

), the percent moisture of the potting mix for representative containers of each species was evaluated daily using the organic substrate setting. If the moisture reading was <20% ± 5%, then containers were watered with tap water by hand with a hose

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Deron Caplan, Mike Dixon, and Youbin Zheng

Convention, section 921, method 3 ( U.S. Pharmacopeia and National Formulary, 2017 ) and cannabinoid concentration was corrected to zero percent moisture content. Cannabinoid yield was calculated as cannabinoid concentration multiplied by inflorescence dry

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Claire Adkison, Kelly Richmond, Nico Lingga, Veronique Bikoba, and Elizabeth Mitcham

oven at 105 °C. Percent moisture content (MC, wet basis) was calculated by the following formula: %   MC = [ wet   weight ( g ) − dry   weight   ( g ) ] / wet   weight ( g ) × 100 For each storage treatment, storage type and variety, water

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Anthony M. Ortiz, Brent S. Sipes, Susan C. Miyasaka, and Alton S. Arakaki

). We decided to report on results for fresh weight of shoots, because these data integrate information on both dry matter and percent moisture. Roots. As a result of significant interaction among marigold genotypes and M. javanica and P

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Danielle D. Treadwell, Nancy G. Creamer, Greg D. Hoyt, and Jonathan R. Schultheis

base saturation were also determined. Six soil cores per plot were collected for soil moisture by the same method every 1 to 2 weeks. Gravimetric moisture content was determined using soil oven-dried at 105 °C for 24 h and recorded as percent moisture

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) or irrigated once substrate percent moisture reached 15% or 10% by vol. Root balls of all plants received 600 mL water every other day. Once each substrate reached the target minimum percent moisture, stem water potential (SWP) and net photosynthesis

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moisture reached 10% (10% RB); and 3) backfill and root ball re-watered when quadrant soil moisture reached 15% (15% S). Percent moisture (by volume) was measured using ECH 2 O EC-5 soil moisture sensors, installed in the root ball and in backfill. The