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Naa Korkoi Ardayfio and Harlene Hatterman-Valenti

used in a trickle irrigation system. For an extended lifespan, juneberry orchards should receive proper pruning and maintenance. The enhancement of plant health, yield, and fruit quality is dependent on removing of damaged, diseased, and unproductive

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Xin Zhao and Edward E. Carey

high tunnels in temperate climates ( Gent, 2002 ), but the potential for extended season production of cool season crops into the hot summer months is less recognized. During the hot summer months, cool-season vegetables can be grown under shaded

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Charlene M. Grahn, Barbara Hellier, Chris Benedict, and Carol Miles

complete canopy formation, which leads to increased weed emergence and growth ( Légère and Schreiber, 1989 ). Slow and inconsistent germination under cold soil temperature conditions is a primary barrier to extending the production season for lettuce in

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Sarah E. Dixon, Jerri L. Henry, Dean S. Volenberg, and Reid J. Smeda

Service, 2020 ) with an estimated total economic impact of $3.2 billion ( Dunham, 2020 ). During the first growing season, following the approval by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of postemergence use of dicamba for new DT crops, the

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Daniel Hargey, Benjamin Wherley, Casey Reynolds, Richard White, and Garrett Parker

Winter overseeding of dormant bermudagrass ( Cynodon dactylon sp.) athletic turf has been a common practice in the transition zone and southern United States. Winter overseeding provides an actively growing cool-season turfgrass stand that provides

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Kurt Steinke, David R. Chalmers, Richard H. White, Charles H. Fontanier, James C. Thomas, and Benjamin G. Wherley

despite the apparent ability of warm-season turfgrasses to withstand and recover from prolonged periods of drought. To enable regulators to make informed decisions, additional information is needed documenting both the maximum duration without added water

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Sofia Flores, Marlon Retana-Cordero, Paul R. Fisher, Rosanna Freyre, and Celina Gómez

. Results from both experiments indicate that NI can be used as an effective strategy to extend the growing season, inhibit winter dormancy, and increase yield of ginger and turmeric plants ( Tables 1 – 4 ; Figs. 2 and 3 ). Similar to our findings

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Kaitlyn M. Orde and Rebecca Grube Sideman

-tunnel sides in the early spring, we may have promoted early-season growth and flowering. Together, these results show that the combination of DN cultivars and low tunnels are likely to extend the strawberry fruiting season 2 to 3 weeks earlier in the spring in

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Otho S. Wells

Rowcovers and high tunnels are two intensive production systems used by commercial growers to extend the season and to improve yields of vegetables and strawberries. There are many types of rowcovers. These materials are summarized with descriptive information, primary use, and cost. The basics of high tunnel construction are presented to facilitate setting up a high-tunnel system.

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Joshua R. Gerovac, Roberto G. Lopez, and Neil S. Mattson

by solar radiation, and is cooled through side or end walls that are manually opened and closed ( Lamont, 2009 ). They are primarily used in temperate northern latitudes to extend the production season and improve the quality of high