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Ramu Govindasamy, Venkata S. Puduri, and James E. Simon

produce, consumer perceptions, urban, family size, education, marital status, and ethnicity) that are used in logit model to predict who is willing to buy new ethnic produce item. Data collected via telephone survey conducted in the eastern United States

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Melanie Stock

ranked social media as the primary vehicle used to access agricultural information (36% preference) over other sources, such as Cooperative Extension fact sheets (32%), in a survey by M.N. Stock at the Utah Urban and Small Farms Conference (survey of cut

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Heather Kalaman, Sandra B. Wilson, Rachel E. Mallinger, Gary W. Knox, and Edzard van Santen

; Steffan-Dewenter and Westphal, 2008 ). Changes in land-use patterns—largely driven by agricultural intensification and accelerated urban development—negatively impact pollinators primarily due to loss of nesting habitat and adequate floral resources

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Jack E. Staub, Matthew D. Robbins, Steven R. Larson, and Paul G. Johnson

mixtures for the Intermountain West Native Plants J. 7 267 278 Fender, D. 2006 Urban perennial grasses in time of water crisis: Benefits and concerns. Council for agricultural science and technology (CAST). Water quality and quantity issues for turfgrasses

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John Diaz, Susan Webb, Laura Warner, and Paul Monoghan

improved public health outcomes from urban nature Amer. J. Pub. Health. 105 470 477 Shinn, G.C. Wingenbach, G.J. Briers, G.E. Lindner, J.R. Baker, M. 2009 Forecasting doctoral–level content in international agricultural and extension education–2010

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Sadman Islam, Mark Lefsrud, Jan Adamowski, Blake Bissonnette, and Allison Busgang

subterranean rainwater cisterns constructed during the Middle Ages for domestic water supply. More recently, the advent of urban sprawl has resulted in a decrease in the amount of forested lands, wetlands, and other forms of open spaces that absorb and clean

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Ahmad Hassan, Chen Qibing, Jiang Tao, Lv Bing-Yang, Li Nian, Shu Li, Li Yu Tng, Jun Zhuo Li, Shang Guan Ziyue, and Muhammad Sohaib Tahir

; Katcher and Beck, 1987 ; Roszak et al., 1995 ; St Leger, 2003 ; Wilson, 1984 ). Recent studies have reported that urban environments are unsuitable locations for humans ( Bagot, 2005 ; Kellert, 1993 ; van den Berg et al., 2007 ). Most importantly

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Amy Fulcher, Anthony V. LeBude, James S. Owen Jr., Sarah A. White, and Richard C. Beeson

-3-103; State of Tennessee, 2015 ). Conversely, in western states, which adhere to prior appropriation rights, the volume of water available depends on the seniority of the user within the watershed, which typically favors agriculture over urban consumers since

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Kenneth B. Marcum and Mohammad Pessarakli

. Agron Madison, WI Harivandi, M.A. Marcum, K.B. Qian, Y. 2008 Recycled, gray, and saline water irrigation 243 258 Beard J.B. Kenna M.P. Water quality and quantity issues for turfgrasses in urban landscapes: Special Pub. 27 Council for Agricultural Science

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Paul W. Bosland

fairly new. In fact, the term “genetics” had been introduced into science lexicon only eight years earlier. If we fast-forward to today, famine is not an agricultural production issue, but a political and economical issue. The world produces enough food