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O.M. Aguilar, T.M. Waliczek, and J.M. Zajicek

.L. Ramsey, J.M. Essential readings in environmental education Stipes Champaign, IL Dressner, M. Gill, M. 1994 Environmental education at summer nature camp J. Environ. Educ. 25 3 35 41 Eames-Sheavly, M. 1994 Exploring horticulture in human culture: An

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Amy McFarland, Tina M. Waliczek, Coleman Etheredge, and Aime J. Sommerfeld Lillard

environment: Nature and human experience, p. 134–142. In: D. Relf (ed.). The role of horticulture in human well-being and social development. Timber Press, Portland, OR Kelley, R. Waliczek, T.M. Le Duc, F.A. 2017 The effects of greenhouse activities on psychol

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Irwin L. Goldman

translate into similar findings in humans. TARGETED HEALTH CLAIMS The pomegranate ( Punica granatum ) and its promotion as a health value-added product represents an example of how health claims for food crops have been examined by the public, government

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Claudia C. Collins and Angela M. O'Callaghan

Relf D. The role of horticulture in human well-being and social development Timber Press Portland, OR Collins, C. 2006 Seniors CAN: Community-based education to promote independence for older adults Lifelong Learning Inst. Rev. 1 60 68 Collins, C

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Nicole L. Waterland, Youyoun Moon, Janet C. Tou, Moo Jung Kim, Eugenia M. Pena-Yewtukhiw, and Suejin Park

., 2013 ; Taiz et al., 2015 ). Another micronutrient, Na, can substitute K in some metabolic functions ( Taiz et al., 2015 ). Essential nutrients are not only important for plant growth and development, but are also required in the human diet ( Santos et

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William S. Castle

a centuries old horticultural technique but one not widely practiced in citriculture until the late 1800s or the early 1900s. It was not until the 1940s, however, that the cause of tree decline on sour orange came to be associated with a graft

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Michael P. O'Neill and James P. Dobrowolski

new paradigm should explore new strategies to understand behavioral change and how social and economic factors affect decision-making for water resources management. OPPORTUNITIES IN SPECIALTY AND HORTICULTURAL CROPS Agricultural water security

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Hector Eduardo Pérez, Carrie Reinhardt Adams, Michael E. Kane, Jeffrey G. Norcini, Glenn Acomb, and Claudia Larsen

being homeowners, 35 to 69 years old, earn an average annual income of about $75,000, and substantially invest what money and time they do have in gardening or landscaping. However, current college students, specifically those in horticulture or plant

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Ivette Guzman, Krystal Vargas, Francisco Chacon, Calen McKenzie, and Paul W. Bosland

pigments is highlighted by the possible negative linkage between synthetic pigments and human behavior issues ( Kanarek, 2011 ; McCann et al., 2007 ). Capsicum fruits produce a red-colored oleoresin that is a good source of red pigments used in human

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Kimberly R. Hilgers, Cynthia Haynes, and Joanne Olson

. Educ. Res. Assn. Annu. Mtg. Montreal April 19–23 1 27 Relf, P.D. Lohr, V.I. 2003 Human issues in horticulture HortScience 38 984 993 Sanders, J. 1997 Teacher education and gender equity. Eric Document Reproduction Serv. no. ED 408277 5 Sept 2007 < http