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–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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; 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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efficiency and create opportunities to decrease the overall N fertilization rates ( de Jesus et al. 2023a ). Therefore, the objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of timing of the last N fertilizer application for the season in combination with

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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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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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’ 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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, 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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) 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

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observed with PA application rates compared with the weed-free control. Pelargonic acid in commercial formulations has potential as a nonselective postemergent contact herbicide for weeds in vegetable crops if application method and rate can be customized

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systems, excessive applications of fertilizer and/or water could lead to nutrient losses from a cropping system ( Marchi et al., 2016 ; Zotarelli et al., 2007 ). This is because N in the form of nitrate (NO 3 − -N) has a high diffusivity rate in soil

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