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vertically mowed to remove excess organic debris (thatch) from the soil-turfgrass interface on 21 Feb. 2008. All plots received two passes with a vertical mower (model 1321; AeroKing, Jacobsen, Charlotte, NC) set to a 1/2-inch depth. Debris brought to the

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was WinRHIZO Pro (Version 2009c; Regent Instruments Inc.). Debris removal among scanned images was performed manually using the WinRhizo Pro Edition working mode. Debris consisted mainly of images of sand particles. The length of the AR main axis was

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infected tomato debris and other solanaceous weed hosts such as horsenettle between crops ( Jones et al., 1991 ). Tomato plants become infected during the production season when infested soil-carrying inoculum (spores) is splashed onto lower leaves during

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that the solution is usually reused many times and potentially over a long period with accumulation of organic matter (peatmoss, plant debris, etc.). In the case of flurprimidol, previous research ( Chand and Lembi, 1994 ) showed the molecule has a half

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Instruments, Inc.). Image acquisition parameter was set to “high” accuracy (600 dpi; image size ≈18 MB), whereas analysis precision was set to “high.” Debris removal among scanned images was performed manually using the WinRHIZO Pro Edition working mode

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contributed to the slow adoption of mechanical harvesting technology, including processor concerns about the quantity of debris mixed with mechanically harvested fruit ( Spann and Danyluk, 2010 ), production manager concerns about the effects of mechanical

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the vine by a shaker system and gathered on another belt. Small dirt clods and debris mostly sifts through these series of belted chains. Electronic color sorters then remove dirt clods and green fruit leaving red fruit that are eventually transported

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propagation systems in the 2022 survey were very similar to those described previously, but with notable improvements in sanitation. Good sanitation is accomplished by removing and discarding old media from flats, scrubbing and washing off remaining debris

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.; Decorative Bark, Lyons, OR) and yard debris compost (Rexius, Inc., Eugene, OR) mulch were applied on 12 Oct. 2006. Beds mulched with sawdust were covered 9 cm deep (360 m 3 ·ha −1 ) whereas those mulched with compost + sawdust were covered with 4 cm of

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up larger soil aggregates, and an Austrian-style hay rake to remove excess debris and spread compost over the soil surface. Compost is left on the surface to facilitate water absorption, to prevent crusting during seed germination, and to initially

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