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Ronald C. Stephenson, Christine E.H. Coker, Benedict C. Posadas, Gary R. Bachman, Richard L. Harkess, John J. Adamczyk, and Patricia R. Knight

and 2015 seasons are shown in Figs. 1 and 2 , respectively. Use of actual prices as reported by the USDA-AMS allow for the impact of price premiums for out-of-season production to be considered. Cost of management practices was subtracted from total

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Lijia Shi, Jinghui Wang, Zhifeng Gao, Xin Zhao, Francesco Di Gioia, Haichao Guo, Jason Hong, Monica Ozores-Hampton, and Erin Rosskopf

to the increase in tomato yield. Although there are no direct comparisons, these results may be applicable to organic tomato production in Florida, which prohibits the use of CSF for pest control, and returns may be higher due to price premiums

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Charles R. Hall, Benjamin L. Campbell, Bridget K. Behe, Chengyan Yue, Roberto G. Lopez, and Jennifer H. Dennis

environmentally friendly practices ( Russo and Fouts, 1997 ). Most research has found that many consumers are willing to pay a premium price for green products and share attitudes that are favorable to the environment ( Engel and Potschke, 1998 ; Guagnano et al

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Andrew Jeffers, Marco Palma, William E. Klingeman, Charles Hall, David Buckley, and Dean Kopsell

importance of bare-root nursery liner product attribute levels in price, U.S. region of production, FOLR number, and uniformities of liner height, canopy density, and caliper, professionals' evaluation of nursery liner stock just before making hypothetical

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Shuoli Zhao, Chengyan Yue, James Luby, Karina Gallardo, Vicki McCracken, James McFerson, and Desmond R. Layne

bacterial spot disease. This supports external appearance as the second most important fruit attribute that non-California producers are willing to pay a premium price to improve. Fresh and processed peach markets: Comparison between producers in California

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Jaume Lordan, Anna Wallis, Poliana Francescatto, and Terence L. Robinson

, NPV was higher (2×), considering the premium price in the Champlain Valley of New York compared with western New York ($1.23/kg vs. $0.84/kg because of higher fruit quality with Champlain ‘McIntosh’ compared with WNY ‘McIntosh’). In our study, 11

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Omer Hoke, Benjamin Campbell, Mark Brand, and Thao Hau

perspective, producers should evaluate their markets and price according to who their competitors are given consumers value blueberries at a premium while competing only against blackberries, raspberries, or black currant could allow for higher pricing per

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Charles E. Barrett, Xin Zhao, and Alan W. Hodges

also commands a higher price at market. Therefore, organic heirloom tomatoes offer a niche market with price premiums that afford more opportunity for growers to experiment with grafted transplants. This is especially true when using grafted transplants

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Daniel Rowley, Brent L. Black, Dan Drost, and Dillon Feuz

throughout North America, particularly in proximity to urban centers where fresh local produce commands premium prices. This local demand has recently been increasing as a result of the expanding local food movement. Conditions in the high-elevation valleys

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resulted in more premium-sized fruit per tree, without reducing fruit yield. Additional labor costs due to thinning were offset by faster picking of fruit at harvest. In season 2, fruit yield was higher for summer hand-thinning treatments compared to