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Ritu Dhir, Richard L. Harkess and Guihong Bi

at 0 mg Fe (control), 0.54 mg Fe foliar spray, 1.08 mg Fe foliar spray, 54 mg Fe medium drench, or 108 mg Fe medium drench per pot on 3 Nov. and 3 Dec. 2005. The 0.54 mg Fe foliar spray and 54 mg Fe medium drenches (i.e., 0.90 g Fe-chelate dissolved

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Anne Plotto, Elizabeth Baldwin, Jinhe Bai, John Manthey, Smita Raithore, Sophie Deterre, Wei Zhao, Cecilia do Nascimento Nunes, Philip A. Stansly and James A. Tansey

agulo et al., 2010 ). These characteristics were more pronounced in juice from ‘Hamlin’ than ‘Valencia’, the two dominant cultivars grown in Florida for orange juice and more significant in early harvests compared with later in the season ( B aldwin et

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seashore paspalum injury. They found the addition of metribuzin and/or ethofumesate to the tank mix safened (i.e., reduced turf discoloration) seashore paspalum to topramezone or mesotrione foliar bleaching. They also determined that the highest level of

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Alexander D. Pavlista, Dipak K. Santra, James A. Schild and Gary W. Hergert

In dry bean ( Phaseolus vulgaris L.), growth form, i.e., determinate vs. indeterminate, and growth habit, i.e., upright/erect/bushy vs. viny/prostate, are among the most important characteristics for classifying cultivars from an agronomic

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Guilherme Locatelli, Rafael Pio, Rayane Barcelos Bisi, Filipe Bittencourt Machado de Souza, Mariana Thereza Rodrigues Viana, Daniela da Hora Farias, Evaristo Mauro de Castro and Carolina Ruiz Zambon

.P. Ávila, F.W. Passos, A. 2012 Physiological characteristics and development of coffee plants under different shading levels Agraria 7 37 43 Batista, L.A. Guimarães, R.J. Pereira, F.J. Rodrigues, C.G. Castro, E.M.D. 2010 Anatomia foliar e potencial hídrico

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Xiao-li Li and Yong He

destructive, time-consuming, and expensive. Portable nondestructive meters have been successfully used to determine foliar chlorophyll or N of many plants ( Abdelhamid et al., 2003 ; Castelli et al., 1996 ; Loh et al., 2002 ; Schaper and Chacko, 1991

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Uttara C. Samarakoon, James E. Faust and John M. Dole

preharvest durability of the cuttings by treating the stock plants before cutting removal. Growers empirically evaluate the cutting quality that affects postharvest durability during shipping and propagation and refer to the desired characteristics as “toning

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Qiang Liu, Youping Sun, Genhua Niu, James Altland, Lifei Chen and Lijuan Jiang

soil water potential and thereby makes water less available to plants ( Munns, 2002 ). Typical plant responses to salinity include stunted plant growth and foliar injury such as leaf edge burn, scorch, necrosis, and premature defoliation ( LeCompte et

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Lijing Zhou, David L. Creech, Ken W. Krauss, Yin Yunlong and David L. Kulhavy

United States and China. The combination of Taxodium characteristics described to date provides great opportunity for locating superior genotypes and propagating clones that fit a range of potential site requirements. Previous literature often refers to

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Qiansheng Li, Jianjun Chen, Dennis B. McConnell and Richard J. Henny

valued for their foliar variegation ( Chen et al., 2004 ), and consumers' preferences for plant characteristics placed foliar variegation as the second most important consideration in the purchase decision. In landscape design, variegated plants are often