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Brigitte D. Crawford, John M. Dole, and Ben A. Bergmann

Production of rooted cuttings is affected by factors such as stock plant health and age, harvesting methods, cutting treatment (e.g., storage temperature, hormone application), and environmental conditions under which stock plants are grown and

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Mike Caron and Roger Kjelgren

History and evaluation of Hargreaves evapotranspiration equation J. Irr. Drain. Eng. 129 53 63 Hensley, D.L. 1993 Harvest method has no influence on growth of transplanted green ash J. Arboriculture 19 379 382 Hipps, N.A. Davies, M.J. Dunn, J.M. Griffiths

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Igenicious N. Hlerema, Bahlebi K. Eiasu, and Susan H. Koch

formation. Harvesting method. The trial was monitored each day, and clusters of mushroom were detached from the substrate by hand when the in-rolled margins of the fruit body began to flatten. For hygiene purposes, latex gloves were worn. Face masks were

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Keith O. Fuglie

providing high yield as animal fodder as well as food; vi) improved management of soil fertility and cropping systems; vii) improved harvesting methods for sweetpotato; and viii) better evidence on the economic rate of return to sweetpotato research and

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Dan D. MacLean and D. Scott NeSmith

Maintaining fruit firmness is an important consideration during the postharvest handling and storage of rabbiteye blueberry ( Vaccinium virgatum Aiton). Soft fruit can result from poor cultivar characteristics, harvest maturity, harvest method

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Winston Elibox, Charles P. Meynard, and Pathmanathan Umaharan

post harvest manual. FAO/Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute, Rome, Italy Smith, D.L. Stommel, J.R. Fung, R.W.M. Wang, C.Y. Whitaker, B.D. 2006 Influence of cultivar and harvest method on postharvest storage quality of pepper

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Katherine M. Ghantous, Hilary A. Sandler, Wesley R. Autio, and Peter Jeranyama

and vine-harvest method affect cranberry vine production and yield HortTechnology 21 87 97 Sandler, H.A. 2011b Weed management, p. 21–42. In: Sylvia, M.M. and N. Guerin (eds.). Cranberry chart book—Management guide for Massachusetts. UMass Amherst

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Louise Ferguson and Sergio Castro Garcia

investigated all three components of mechanical harvesting, harvest method, grove adaptation, and identifying a loosening agent. Good progress has been made with the first two components, the harvester and the groves, but investigations of abscission compounds

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Yiannis G. Ampatzidis and Matthew D. Whiting

Hort. 667 325 336 Li, P. Lee, S.-H. Hsu, H.-Y. 2011 Review on fruit harvesting method for potential use of automatic fruit harvesting systems Procedia Engineering 23 351 366 Luvisi, A. Panattoni, A. Bandinelli, R. Rinaldelli, E. Pagano, M. Triolo, E

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Kristy Borrelli, Richard T. Koenig, Brad M. Jaeckel, and Carol A. Miles

marketable size; however, establishing transplants before the onset of low winter light intensities and temperatures resulted in larger plants in the spring. Non-destructive, “cut and regrow” harvest methods may also be considered by managers; however