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Neal Mays, Curt Richard Rom, Kristofor R. Brye, Mary C. Savin, and M. Elena Garcia

herbicide application over conventional management implementing herbicide applications. Similarly, Deurer et al. (2008) showed greater aggregate stability with an organic production system and compost applications than with an integrated orchard floor

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S. Kaan Kurtural, Lydia F. Wessner, and Geoffrey Dervishian

386 vine plots of which 24 were sampled based on a grid pattern of every 16th vine. Treatment application Pruning systems. Two pruning systems, spur pruning and mechanical box pruning, were applied. Spur-pruned vines were manually pruned to retain a

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Manpreet Singh, Rupinder Kaur Saini, Sukhbir Singh, and Sat Pal Sharma

). However, there is still an opportunity to devise more cultural and irrigation strategies to make production systems more water-efficient and sustainable. The crop yields are generally highest with optimal water application, but crops can adapt and produce

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Nikki Hanson, Amy L. Ross-Davis, and Anthony S. Davis

., 2006 ). Transplantable seedlings developed within ≈8 weeks of germination and were transferred to a variety of larger pots containing the same soilless media, where they developed into seedlings with fibrous root systems (10–20 cm in length) by the end

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Shanthanu Krishna Kumar, Nathan Wojtyna, Laura Dougherty, Kenong Xu, and Gregory Peck

of classifying cider apples that was originally developed at the Long Ashton Research Station (LARS) near Bristol, UK, over a century ago ( Barker and Ettle, 1910 ). The LARS system classifies apple cultivars into one of four categories, sweet

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Christian Nansen, Rachel Purington, and Machiko Murdock

In general, pesticides are applied to ornamental plants to protect against crop damage by insects, diseases, and additional plant pests, but it is equally important that pesticide applications themselves do not adversely affect commercialization

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Lu Gan, Xunzhong Zhang, Silu Liu, and Shuxia Yin

improvement of the anti-oxidant enzyme activities by exogenous glycinebetaine in water-stressed wheat seedlings Zuo Wu Xue Bao 30 321 328 Malekzadeh, P. 2015 Influence of exogenous application of glycinebetaine on antioxidative system and growth of salt

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Jennifer M. Bousselot, James E. Klett, and Ronda D. Koski

. Therefore, knowledge about plant tolerance to severe moisture stress is essential, especially in a system such as an extensive green roof where moisture is typically a limiting factor for plant health. The substrate used for extensive green roofs is

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James E. Altland and James C. Locke

release requires more study to determine what other factors might influence it. In both experiments, the GRHB was a net source of phosphate, providing more phosphate to the system than the fertilizer application and hence obscuring any retention and

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Carol Miles, Lisa DeVetter, Shuresh Ghimire, and Douglas G. Hayes

for accumulation of mulch residuals in the soil after repeated applications. Although the focus is on certified organic systems, how biodegradable mulches may complement or detract from the sustainability of conventional and other alternative