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Mark Herrington, Jodi Neal, Louella Woolcock, Michelle Paynter, Apollo Gomez, and Joanne De Faveri

’ strawberry. ‘Red Rhapsody’ strawberry has produced high early-season (May–August) yields of firm, attractive fruit at the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) Research Facility in Nambour and in several commercial fields in the Caboolture district in

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Megan Holmes and Tina M. Waliczek

, 2017 ). As a means of education and vocational rehabilitation, horticulture programs were historically integrated into detention facilities across the United States ( Rice and Remy, 1994 ). Many prisoners have participated in horticultural activities

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Jessica D. Lubell-Brand and Mark H. Brand

northeastern Connecticut origin in Spring 2010 at the University of Connecticut Plant Science Research and Education Facility in Storrs, CT. Seedlings were evaluated from 2012 to 2016 and ‘Blue Sea’ was identified during Spring 2016. Description ‘Blue Sea

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Chad T. Miller, Krystal Snyder, and Mark P. Bridgen

; Bridgen, 1999a , 1999b ). The forum, on average, convenes for about 2–3 d, in which 1 d is usually devoted to field trips to learn about local floriculture/horticulture facilities, such as production and retail greenhouses, gardens, and research centers

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Pamela J. Bennett, Ellen M. Bauske, Alison Stoven O’Connor, Jean Reeder, Carol Busch, Heidi A. Kratsch, Elizabeth Leger, Angela O’Callaghan, Peter J. Nitzsche, and Jim Downer

work to their extension organizations on a variety of projects. While the original intent of the EMG program was to use these volunteers to assist with horticulture phone calls ( Meyer, 2007 ), the scope of their activity has expanded over the years

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John J. Haydu, Alan. W. Hodges, and Charles R. Hall

to extrapolate this information on a wider scale, such as regionally or nationally. Complicating the matter is the vast scope and complexity of the “Green Industry” itself. Also referred to as the “Environmental Horticulture Industry” and the “Nursery

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Alan W. Meerow, Tomás Ayala-Silva, and Brian M. Irish

Turnera L. (Turneraceae or Passifloraceae sensu AGP, 2009 ) is a genus of 50 to 60 species of predominantly American tropical herbs and shrubs ( Mabberly, 1997 ). Two species are fairly well known in tropical horticulture, T. ulmifolia L. and

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Bekele G. Abeyo, Robert C. Shearman, Roch E. Gaussoin, Leonard A. Wit, Desalegn D. Serba, and Ugur Bilgili

Argiudolls) in 2000 at the John Seaton Anderson Turfgrass Research Facility located near Mead, NE. Genotypes were maintained under fairway conditions and were mowed at 16 mm with clippings removed. Irrigation was supplied at 25 mm per month; when

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William Pelletier, Jeffrey K. Brecht, Maria Cecilia do Nascimento Nunes, and Jean-Pierre Émond

fruit are usually transported in refrigerated trailers from the cooling facility to the retail DCs, international forwarders, or other intermodal facilities. Over the last 20 years, refrigerated trailers used to transport fresh produce have changed

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Orville C. Baldos, Tamara Sherrill, and Darel Kenth S. Antesco

pubescent leaves tend to exhibit suborbicular leaves, whereas plants with glabrous leaves tend to exhibit elliptic leaves ( Antesco and Baldos, 2020 ). The development of J. sandwicensis horticultural selections has been limited despite the existence of