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David R. Byrnes, Fekadu F. Dinssa, Stephen C. Weller, and James E. Simon

high source by this definition for a given micronutrient are the most promising to improve nutrition status in populations with a known deficiency of that micronutrient ( Feed the Future, 2014 ). For the purpose of this study, breeding targets were set

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Miguel Urrestarazu, Juan E. Alvaro, Soraya Moreno, and Gilda Carrasco

by strategy I and II plants Acta Hort. 696 535 542 Assimakopoulou, A. 2006 Effect of iron supply and nitrogen form on growth, nutritional status and ferric reducing activity of spinach in nutrient solution culture Sci

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farmers to diagnose nitrogen nutrition status of apple trees during the growing period. Lee et al. (p. 300) investigated the potential of a chlorophyll meter as tool for effective field assessment of leaf nitrogen in apple orchards. Chlorophyll meter

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Ricardo Fernández-Escobar, Miguel A. Sánchez-Zamora, Jorge M. García-Novelo, and Concepción Molina-Soria

response to fertilizer application is expected. Leaf nutrient analysis is the best method for diagnosing tree nutritional status and the need for fertilization ( Jones, 1985 ; Shear and Faust, 1980 ), but does not provide information about the amount of

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Timothy K. Hartz, P. R. Johnstone, E. Williams, and R.F. Smith

, E.M. Valencia, J.G. 1998 DRIS evaluation of the nutritional status of processing tomato HortScience 33 830 832 Hochmuth, G. Maynard, D. Vavrina, C. Hanlon, E. 1991 Plant tissue

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Flavia T. Zambon, Davie M. Kadyampakeni, and Jude W. Grosser

( Obreza et al., 2006 ). The objective of this study was to balance the nutritional status and alleviate HLB symptoms of field-established sweet orange trees infected with C Las by supplementing a traditional citrus fertilization program with ground

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Garry V. McDonald, Michael A. Schnelle, and Michael A. Arnold

Yeager, 1982 , Ingram et al., 1985 ). These factors include acclimation, cool down conditioning, and mineral nutritional status. Duration of cold may be as important as the absolute minimum temperature exposure in determining survival. Certain palm

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Zhuogong Shi and Li Xia

reasons were mainly responsible for causing dysplasia of the pistil so that the stigmatic aperture became smaller and female gametophyte development was delayed. Moreover, the poor nutritional status of the “LFL” trees could cause more variation of the

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Ariana P. Torres, Michael V. Mickelbart, and Roberto G. Lopez

Improper nutrient management is one of the primary causes of poor crop quality and plant losses in nurseries and greenhouses. However, few commercial operations routinely monitor the media solution properties related to nutritional status of their

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Yun-wen Wang, Bruce L. Dunn, and Daryl B. Arnall

-based application. In conclusion, our results clearly indicate that the indirect chlorophyll content measurements such as SPAD values and NDVI readings have the potential to quantify the N nutrition status of potted geranium grown under greenhouse condition. Because