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Y. Zhang and J.L. Shipp

We thank Tom J. Jewett, CANMET Energy Technology Centre, Natural Resources Canada, Nepean, Ontario, Canada, for data collected in the Summer 1997 at the Greenhouse and Processing Crops Research Centre, which was used to validate the daytime

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Ellen T. Paparozzi

Floriculturists, by virtue of their training and education across practical as well as scientific disciplines, bring specialized and unique skills for successful adaptation of field crops to greenhouse production. With the interest in food crop

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Andrew G. Ristvey, John D. Lea-Cox, and David S. Ross

. (2001) noted that recommended N rates for greenhouse-grown azalea were 2200 kg·ha −1 per year, over 10 times the agronomic rate for corn. This equates to applying 500 mg N per week to a plant in a 7.6-L container over a 40-week growing cycle (given 110

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C. Siobhan Dunets and Youbin Zheng

Recent legislation in North America suggests stricter control will soon be put on the release of nitrogen and P-laden greenhouse wastewater into the environment ( OGVG, 2012 ). Unlike nitrogen, conventional treatment systems for greenhouse

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Damien de Halleux and Laurent Gauthier

82 POSTER SESSION 12 Greenhouse Management/Cross-Commodity

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Mohamed Benmoussa and Laurent Gauthier

82 POSTER SESSION 12 Greenhouse Management/Cross-Commodity

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Driss Iraqi, Serge Gagnon, Sylvain Dubé, and André Gosselin

82 POSTER SESSION 12 Greenhouse Management/Cross-Commodity

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Samantha R. Nobes, Karen L. Panter, and Randa Jabbour

Wyoming, requires protection from potential frosts, high winds, and large day-to-night temperature swings. Greenhouse and high-tunnel production are potential ways to provide season extension and quality protection in the harsh Wyoming climate. Current

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Liang Zheng, Qi Zhang, Kexin Zheng, Shumei Zhao, Pingzhi Wang, Jieyu Cheng, Xuesong Zhang, and Xiaowen Chen

With the development of the greenhouse industry, vegetables can be grown locally year-round despite the restrictions of natural conditions. In northern China, the typical Chinese-style solar greenhouses (CSGs) are east–west-oriented and constructed

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Raymond A. Cloyd and Amy L. Raudenbush

Horticultural crops grown in greenhouses may be infested with several insect and mite pest species simultaneously ( Cloyd, 2012 ). However, pesticides may be selective in regards to the insect and/or mite pests they effectively control, yet