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Christopher J. Currey and John E. Erwin

and Lopez, 2011 ; Sellmer et al., 2001 ); and foliar sprays ( Gibson and Whipker, 2003 ; Whipker and Dasoju, 1998 ). Foliar sprays have the advantage of being a relatively easy application method, inexpensive to apply with respect to labor, often use

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Melissa Bonham, Gerald M. Ghidiu, Erin Hitchner, and Elwood L. Rossell

Jersey. Growers currently use multiple foliar sprays of diazinon, esfenvalerate, or cyfluthrin for control of carrot weevil; no other insecticides are labeled for use on carrot in New Jersey. Control of the carrot weevil is difficult because the female

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Thomas Thomidis, Thomas Sotiropoulos, Nikitas Karagiannidis, Constantinos Tsipouridis, Ioannis Papadakis, Dimitrios Almaliotis, and Nikolaos Boulgarakis

Ca products tested were ineffective in reducing the incidence of M. laxa on peaches when applied as foliar sprays (data not shown). This is probably related to the lack of Ca uptake into the tissue and indicated by the tissue analysis. It has been

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Danijela Janjanin, Marko Karoglan, Mirjana Herak Ćustić, Marijan Bubola, Mirela Osrečak, and Igor Palčić

compare foliar sprays of different nitrogen forms, using fertilizers frequently used in local viticultural practice, following sprays were applied: amino acids (Drin ® , Green Has Italia, Canale d’Alba, Italy), urea (urea), and NH 4 + /nitrate (ammonium

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M. Lenny Wells and Bruce W. Wood

-shelled cultivar, with three early-season foliar sprays of Ni resulted in a reduction ( P < 0.01) in the proportion of fruit exhibiting WSFS in 2006 ( Table 4 ). Untreated trees had 43% of their crop exhibiting WSFS, which is a substantial percentage of the crop

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Jessica DiMatteo, Lauren Kurtz, and Jessica D. Lubell-Brand

). Lubell and Brand (2018) demonstrated that foliar sprays of STS at 0.3 to 3 m m concentrations are effective for inducing male flowers on female plants. They noted that pollen output for masculinized female plants may be reduced compared with pollen

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Ritu Dhir, Richard L. Harkess, and Guihong Bi

at 0 mg Fe (control), 0.54 mg Fe foliar spray, 1.08 mg Fe foliar spray, 54 mg Fe medium drench, or 108 mg Fe medium drench per pot on 3 Nov. and 3 Dec. 2005. The 0.54 mg Fe foliar spray and 54 mg Fe medium drenches (i.e., 0.90 g Fe-chelate dissolved

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Uttara Samarakoon, Jack Palmer, Peter Ling, and James Altland

root-zone nutrient solution even if a high concentration of Ca is available ( Kuo et al., 1981 ). Foliar application might allow nutrients to be absorbed directly into leaves. CaCl 2 has been used as a foliar spray to provide Ca as a nutrient source

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David J. Norman and Jianjun Chen

deionized water, another 20 plants with 25 m m TiO 2 solution, and the remaining 20 with 75 m m TiO 2 solution using hand pump sprayers until runoff. One week after the first foliar spray, fresh TiO 2 solutions were made, and the 60 plants were again

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Mitchell Eicher-Sodo, Robert Gordon, and Youbin Zheng

weeks ( Bosmans et al., 2016 ). Similar effects were observed when H 2 O 2 foliar spray applications increased from one to five times per week, with both severity and incidence of Puccinia hemerocallidis reduced on ‘Pardon Me’ daylily ( Hemerocallis