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Sebastian Weissbein, Zeev Wiesman, Yhonathan Ephrath, and Moshe Silberbush

≈2 mg·g −1 of Cl − and 4 to 5 mg·g −1 sodium on a leaf dry weight basis, and it was suggested that injury is better correlated with sodium than with chloride ( Al-Saket and Aesheh, 1987 ; Bernstein, 1975 ; Gucci and Tattini 1997 ; Klein et al

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Manman Wang, Youliang Ye, Xv Chu, Yanan Zhao, Shuhong Zhang, Hui Chen, Wei Qin, and Yang Wang

dissected into stem and leaf, bulb, and sprout. The fresh material was oven dried at 105 °C for 30 min and then at 75 °C until a constant weight was achieved. The plant materials were ground to pass through a 1-mm mesh screen and digested by H 2 SO 4 and H

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Justine E. Vanden Heuvel and Martin C. Goffinet

from the vine or from older uprights ( Eck, 1990 ) and bear fruit biennially ( Strik et al., 1991 ). There are several indications that cranberry vines are under significant carbohydrate stress, including low fruit set ( Roper and Vorsa, 1997

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Mary Jane Clark and Youbin Zheng

grown by home gardeners ( Froese, 2014 ). Tomato plants are considered “heavy feeders” and plant performance is primarily determined by plant growth and fruit yield; however, in comparison, petunia and zonal geranium are “medium feeders” with performance

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Catherine J. Westbrook, David G. Hall, Ed Stover, Yong Ping Duan, and Richard F. Lee

The Asian citrus psyllid, Diaphorina citri , is a key pest in most citrus-growing regions around the world. D. citri nymphs feed exclusively on young elongating flush and feeding can retard leaf and shoot development ( Michaud, 2004 ; Shivankar

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Maanea L. Ramphinwa, Godwin R.A. Mchau, Ntakadzeni E. Madala, Ndamulelo Nengovhela, John B.O. Ogola, and Fhatuwani N. Mudau

Effects of reduced irradiance on leaf morphology, photosynthetic capacity, and fruit yield in olive ( Olea europaea L.) Photosynthetica 45 172 181 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11099-007-0029-x Hanlon, E.A. Gonzales, J.S. Bartos, J.M. 1994 IFAS

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Ravneet K. Sandhu, Nathan S. Boyd, Lincoln Zotarelli, Shinsuke Agehara, and Natalia Peres

al., 2021 ). Irrigation, fertilization, disease, and pest management of tomato and bell pepper were performed according to industry recommendations ( Freeman et al., 2017 ). The fertilizer was applied at 226–112–112 (N–P–K) kg/ha to the tomato and

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Fernanda Trientini and Paul R. Fisher

. 2014 Effects of controlled-release fertilizer on leaf area index and fruit yield in high-density soilless tomato culture using low node-order pinching PLoS One 9 e113074 Kinoshita, T. Yamazaki, H. Inamoto, K. Yamazaki, H. 2016 Analysis of yield

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Carl J. Rosen and Deborah L. Allan

.” Heaton (2001) also commented on the fact that many studies reported nutrient concentrations on a dry matter basis when, in fact, for most fruit and vegetables, concentration on a fresh matter basis would be more useful. Given that many composts and

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Danielle D. Treadwell, George J. Hochmuth, Robert C. Hochmuth, Eric H. Simonne, Lei L. Davis, Wanda L. Laughlin, Yuncong Li, Teresa Olczyk, Richard K. Sprenkel, and Lance S. Osborne

., 2004 ; Russo, 2006 ; Succop and Newman, 2004 ) or N accumulation in leaf tissues ( Montagu and Goh, 1990 ; Rippy et al., 2004 ) and fruit ( Montagu and Goh, 1990 ). The type of fertilizer used can affect herb quality. For example, Anwar et al. (2005