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S. Christopher Marble and Stephen H. Brown

The ecological and economic impacts of invasive plants are well documented and were thoroughly synthesized previously ( Kettenring and Adams, 2011 ; Pysek et al., 2012 ; Weidlich et al., 2020 ). From an ecological standpoint, invasive plants

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Amy Fulcher, Anthony V. LeBude, James S. Owen Jr., Sarah A. White, and Richard C. Beeson

coordinated approach, accounting for water resource capacity and current allocations within multistate watersheds, may be needed to support economic development in concert with water sustainability and preservation. Assessment of past predictions Reflecting on

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Juana C. García-Santiago, Luis A. Valdez-Aguilar, Armando Hernández-Pérez, Andrew D. Cartmill, and Jesús Valenzuela-García

depend on the medium and container size used. The objective of the present study was to assess the feasibility of using a subirrigation system in the production of containerized bell pepper plants by measuring the effects of flooding depth and duration on

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Rosana Moreno, Diego S. Intrigliolo, Carlos Ballester, Cruz Garcerá, Enrique Moltó, and Patricia Chueca

effect on yield, this reduction being dependent on the harvest technique employed ( Tables 8 and 9 ). Yield losses were estimated using the regressions coefficients, and a short economic assessment of these yield losses was carried out and the results

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Kelly Gude, Cary L. Rivard, Sara E. Gragg, Kimberly Oxley, Petros Xanthopoulos, and Eleni D. Pliakoni

the number one crop grown in high tunnels ( Knewtson et al., 2010 ). Day-neutral fruit production begins in the late spring and lasts until midfall. Lantz et al. (2010) estimated the feasibility of high tunnel strawberry production in the

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Bielinski M. Santos

seepage would increase water use from 28 to 42 acre-inches/acre per season, preplant N rates could be reduced from 300 to 200 lb/acre without significant yield reduction. This has important economic and environmental implications on crop production. On the

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A-Young Lee, Sin-Ae Park, Hye-Gyeong Park, and Ki-Cheol Son

. 2016. This study featured a quasi-experimental design with a nonequivalent control group. Both groups were subjected to physical and psychological rehabilitation function assessments before and after the HT program. Each participant in the control group

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Mahrizal, L. Lanier Nalley, Bruce L. Dixon, and Jennie Popp

inorganic inputs in the production system. For a feasibility study of organic cocoa in Vietnam, Phuoc et al. (2008) estimate that the yield reduction of organic cocoa farming is 30% relative to conventional farming and a 30% price premium is assumed for

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Russell W. Wallace and John C. Hodges

. 1995 Field-grown bulb crops: An economic assessment of the feasibility of providing multiple-peril crop insurance Econ. Res. Serv., U.S. Dept. Agr Washington, D.C Keeley, P.E. Carter, C.H. Thullen, R.J. 1987 Influence of planting date on growth of

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Norman Lalancette, Daniel L. Ward, and Joseph C. Goffreda

. All cultivars used in the study were mature trees planted between 1996 and 2002 (age 5 to 12 years at evaluation). Disease assessment. Peach rusty spot epidemics in southern New Jersey typically begin in mid-May and end in mid-June, following a