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Laura Avila, Johannes Scholberg, Nancy Roe, and Corey Cherr

Oral Session 29—Vegetable Crops Culture & Management 2 30 July 2006, 10:30–11:45 a.m. Southdown Moderator: Elizabeth Maynard

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Tae-Cheol Seo, Changhoo Chun, Hyung-Kweon Yun, and Han-Cheol Rhee

Poster Session 35—Vegetable Crops Management–Cropping Systems 2 20 July 2005, 12:00–12:45 p.m. Poster Hall–Ballroom E/F

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Annalisa Hultberg, Michele Schermann, and Cindy Tong

Food safety related to horticultural commodities is clearly important. Fourteen percent of foodborne disease outbreaks in 2007 were due to leafy vegetables ( Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2010 ). Of the 18 multistate Salmonella

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Elhadi M. Yahia, Ana Isabel Valenzuela Q., and Marisela Ri vera D.

59 POSTER SESSION 5 Postharvest Physiology/Vegetable Crops

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Fabián Robles-Contreras, Rubén Macias-Duarte, Raul Leonel Grijalva-Contreras, and Manuel de Jesus Valenzuela-Ruiz

Poster Session 31— Vegetable Crops Management-Cropping Systems 2 29 July 2006, 1:15–2:00 p.m.

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Monica Ozores-Hampton

Organic vegetable production in the United States must comply with National Organic Program (NOP) standards [ U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), 2016 ]. The NOP defines compost as the product of a managed process through which microorganisms

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Albert Sutherland, John Damicone, Rafal Jabrzemski, and Stdrovia Blackburn

Oral Sesssion 12—Vegetable Crops Culture & Management 1 Moderator: Albert Sutherland 19 July 2005, 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Room 106

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Laura Avila, Johannes Scholberg, Lincoln Zotarelli, and Robert McSorely

Oral Session 11— Vegetable Crops Culture & Management 28 July 2006, 10:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Bayside B Moderator: Alan Walters

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Julie Villand, Terry Berke, Liwayway Engle, and James Nienhuis

150 ORAL SESSION 42 (Abstr. 668–674) Breeding & Genetics–Vegetables

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Gail A. Langellotto and Abha Gupta

; French and Stables, 2003 ). Creating environments where children are encouraged to be physically active and to choose nutrient-dense foods (such as fruit and vegetables) is thus often the focus of interventions that aim to promote healthy BMI and reduce