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Diana R. Cochran, Richard L. Harkess, Patricia R. Knight, Maria Tomaso-Peterson, Eugene K. Blythe, and Charles H. Gilliam

, respectively ( Fig. 1 ). Four rates of Regalia ® were applied based on the recommended label rate of 0.48 g·L −1 of active ingredient: 0.0× (water only), 0.5× (5 mL·L −1 ), 1.0× (10 mL·L −1 ), or 1.5× (15 mL·L −1 ). Foliar applications of Regalia ® were made

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Simone da Costa Mello, Francis J. Pierce, Rachel Tonhati, Guilherme Silva Almeida, Durval Dourado Neto, and Kiran Pavuluri

Brazil is high with an average K application rate of 189 kg·ha −1 reported by Bernardi et al. (2002) and 166 kg·ha −1 reported by IBGE (2017) but varies considerably: 199–374 kg K/ha, 64–250 kg N/ha, and 196–371 kg P/ha ( Schepers et al., 2015

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Christian M. Baldwin, Eugene K. Blythe, A. Douglas Brede, Jami J. Mayer, and R. Golembiewski

–6.6P–12.5K the day of seeding and again 2 weeks after seeding. An additional fertilizer application using the same rate and product was applied in mid-September of both years. Irrigation was not applied after fertilizer applications. Once established

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Catarina Saude, Mary Ruth McDonald, and Sean Westerveld

; MacKenzie, 1981 ; Soltanpour and Harrison, 1974 ; Vintal et al., 1999 ; White et al., 1983 ). For instance, on carrot, ALB severity was reduced by increasing N application rate in Michigan ( Warncke, 1996 ), Ontario ( Westerveld et al., 2002 ), and Israel

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Christian M. Baldwin, A. Douglas Brede, and Jami J. Mayer

stands of PRG. Bispyribac-sodium has shown promise, but efficacy depends on temperature, rate, and application timing for acceptable ABG control with minimal PRG injury ( McCullough and Hart, 2009 ). Williams et al. (2009) reported minimal PRG toxicity

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Xi Xiong, Ken Diesburg, and Daniel T. Lloyd

identified in 2011 from a golf course fairway in Missouri ( Binkholder et al., 2011 ). After more than 10 years of glyphosate applications in dormant ‘Meyer’ zoysiagrass at rates up to 0.62 kg·ha −1 , a biotype of annual bluegrass survived glyphosate at 6

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Charles L. Webber III, James W. Shrefler, and Merritt J. Taylor

’ carrot ( Daucus carota ) compared with the control. These findings resulted in a recommendation not to apply CGM even at the lowest application rate (100 g·m −2 ) to direct-seeded vegetables ( McDade and Christians, 2000 ). Webber and Shrefler (2007b

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D. Scott NeSmith

applications were made with an air-blast sprayer at a spray delivery rate of 374 L·ha −1 . There were four replications of each treatment on both ‘Brightwell’ and ‘Climax’ at the location. In Griffin, plots were single plants, and CPPU was applied using a

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Marco Volterrani, Simone Magni, Monica Gaetani, and Filippo Lulli

, stolon growth rate, and node production after a single application and during the period of TE effectiveness, 2) the effect of TE, secondary products, or both on node vitality and daughter plant characteristics, and 3) to assess whether the aforementioned

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Kimberly A. Cochran and Craig S. Rothrock

) found that higher rates of two different brassica green manure amendments suppressed R. solani more consistently than lower rates of application. Brassica soil amendment and green manure research on disease management on ornamental crops is limited