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David San Fratello, Benjamin L. Campbell, William G. Secor, and Julie H. Campbell

Americans ( Table 4 ). Similar to the age findings, households with children and African American respondents are critical groups for the green industry. As with the birth to death philosophy of persuading children to purchase a product at an early age and

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Takaho Taniguchi and Rie Akamatsu

radius ( Locavores, 2010 ). This movement advocates adherence to the locavore philosophy on the basis of political, environmental, economic, and health-related considerations. The Japanese government promotes chisan-chisho to increase self

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Ibrahim Demir, B. Begüm Kenanoglu, Kazim Mavi, Tuba Celikkol, Fiona Hay, and Zeliha Sariyildiz

cultivar than that of constructed one confirms the view that seed moisture constants are applicable to the storage of any cultivar within the same species as indicated by the basic philosophy of the viability equation ( Ellis and Roberts, 1981 ). We did not

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Laura A. Sanagorski and George E. Fitzpatrick

biology: Facts, photos, and philosophies on trees and their problems and proper care. 2nd ed. Shigo and Trees, Durham, NH 10.21273/HORTTECH.15.3.0439 Smith, L.L. Motsenbocker, C.E. 2005 Impact of hands-on science through school gardening in Louisiana

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Elizabeth Duncan, Ann Marie VanDerZanden, Cynthia Haynes, and Levon Esters

them to recognize moral and ethical conflicts and practice tolerance and celebration of diverse cultures and philosophies. The ISU Department of Horticulture has implemented multiple methods, including direct and indirect measures, to determine whether

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Zhengli Zhai, David L. Ehret, Tom Forge, Tom Helmer, Wei Lin, Martine Dorais, and Athanasios P. Papadopoulos

greenhouse operations and in keeping with the organic philosophy, locally produced. The effects of composts and fertilizers on substrate biological activity, and the relationships between biological activity and productivity, were also determined. Materials

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Lamont William James Jr

institutions—are they still embracing the “Land Grant” philosophy? Benton Storey in his 1994 address titled “Horticulturists Must Take Charge of Their Own Destiny” offered this advice “Horticulture departments that work closely with both urban and rural people

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Mark L. Gleason, Amy Wang Wong, Donald R. Lewis, Luis Felipe Arauz Cavallini, Barbara C. Clawson, Kevin R. Duerfeldt, Hayley M. Nelson, and Gail R. Nonnecke

participants mentioning pest management. Students gained awareness of types and philosophies of agriculture other than those in the midwestern United States. Six percent of students cited sustainable or organic practices as topics they were more interested in

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Lauren C. Garner

students. In keeping with that philosophy, students not only learn during lectures and laboratories but they also work on the campus’ extensive orchards and vineyards and often participate in internships. However, opportunities to use these skills to give

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W. Garrett Owen

). The philosophy of this approach involves monitoring the inputs to the crop and, as long as the substrate inputs are within the recommended range, e.g., substrate pH and electrical conductivity (EC), it is assumed that the fertility requirements of the