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S. Christopher Marble, Amy Fulcher, and John Toman

The traditional extension education model ( Bohlen et al., 1960 ) has proven successful at disseminating information and fostering adoption ( Jones et al., 2007 ). Although effective, there are challenges to traditional live educational programs and

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Eric T. Stafne, Edward W. Hellman, R. Keith Striegler, James A. Wolpert, and Jean-Mari Peltier

The plan to develop a GCoP was generated by the Extension and Outreach Education Committee of the NGWI. The NGWI is a national organization which collaborates to prioritize research for grape products. Comprised of leaders from all sectors of the U

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Gary Y. Gao, James A. Chatfield, Erik A. Draper, and Joseph F. Boggs

Authors would like to thank Ohio Nursery and Landscape Association for their generous financial support and Ohio State University Extension administration for their vision and support. The cost of publishing this paper was defrayed in part

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S. Christopher Marble and Todd P. West

Available funding for extension programming significantly decreased during recent recessionary periods [2008–11 ( Floyd, 2014 ; Oliff et al., 2013 ; Serenari et al., 2013 ; Warner et al., 2014 )], and in many cases, has not returned to pre

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Virginia M. Moore and William F. Tracy

mechanisms of resistance to the corn earworm, including husk thickness, husk texture, and presence or absence of flag leaves ( Collins and Kempton, 1917 ). Longer husk extension past the ear tip has been proposed as a resistance mechanism either by increasing

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Emily E. Hoover, Richard P. Marini, Emily Tepe, Wesley R. Autio, Alan R. Biggs, Jon M. Clements, Robert M. Crassweller, Daniel D. Foster, Melanie J. Foster, Peter M. Hirst, Diane Doud Miller, Michael L. Parker, Gregory M. Peck, Jozsef Racsko, Terence L. Robinson, and Michele R. Warmund

” on the web search engine Google (Mountain View, CA) returns about 200,000 results. University and state extension services have worked hard to present reliable research-based rootstock and cultivar information, but most of their sites are static

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Amy Fulcher, Anthony LeBude, Sarah A. White, Matthew R. Chappell, S. Christopher Marble, J.-H (J.C.) Chong, Winston Dunwell, Frank Hale, William Klingeman, Gary Knox, Jeffrey Derr, S. Kris Braman, Nicole Ward Gauthier, Adam Dale, Francesca Peduto Hand, Jean Williams-Woodward, and Steve Frank

Part I. Developing a successful, sustainable working group From 2008 to 2011, Cooperative Extension Service programming in several states was subject to devastating reductions ( Floyd, 2014 ; Serenari et al., 2013 ; Wang, 2014 ; Warner et al

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Sydney Park Brown and Gary W. Knox

44 POSTER SESSION 7 (Abstr. 381–397) Extension/Technology Transfer/Public Education Monday, 24 July, 1:00–2:00 p.m.

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Charles W. Marr and Ward Upham

140 ORAL SESSION 39 (Abstr. 651–655) Computer Technology Applications in Extension Horticulture

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N.G. Creamer, K.R. Baldwin, and F.J. Louws

We gratefully thank the Southern Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Professional Development Program and the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service for funding the training described here. In addition, we would like