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Elena E. Lon Kan, Steven A. Sargent, Daniel J. Cantliffe, Adrian D. Berry, and Nicole L. Shaw

an aluminum pan, dried at 70 °C for about 2 d until a constant, final dry weight was obtained ( AOAC International, 2000 ); percent moisture content was calculated [fresh weight basis (FWB)]. Clamshell weight was tracked during storage and percent

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Joe-Ann McCoy, Jeanine M. Davis, N. Dwight Camper, Ikhlas Khan, and Avula Bharathi

three sites in October 2002. Individuals were washed with a pressure hose then dried to a constant weight in a forced air drier at 40 °C. Both fresh and dry weights were recorded with percent moisture calculated for 384 individuals from three sites

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Michele R. Warmund, Billy G. Cumbie, and Mark V. Coggeshall

. Samples were then oven-dried at 65 °C for 24 h and percent moisture content was calculated. Immediately after grafting, containers were maintained in a greenhouse 24 °C day/18 °C night on a 12-h cycle for 4 weeks before placing them in a container nursery

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Jen A. Sembera, Erica J. Meier, and Tina M. Waliczek

were identified within the range of 2.1–2.3. Subsequently, all compost samples were considered to be stable products for use in the industry. Although some of the samples did not have the ideal levels of percent moisture and percent solids indicated in

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Amanda J. Vance and Bernadine C. Strik

percent moisture loss, determined by weighing the clamshell before and after storage. For ‘Legacy’, separate samples were stored in the same cooler at NWREC and in the grower’s cooler facility that was maintained between 32 and 34 °F. Data analysis. Data

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Emily K. Dixon, Bernadine C. Strik, Luis R. Valenzuela-Estrada, and David R. Bryla

treatment plot was shipped overnight to Brookside Laboratories (New Bremen, OH) for analysis of fruit percent moisture on 8 July 2013 and 7 July 2014. Senescing floricanes were removed by pruning at the base of the plant (≈0.1 m high) after fruit harvest on

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Julie Guckenberger Price, Amy N. Wright, Robert S. Boyd, and Kenneth M. Tilt

(number 4 Nozzle mini-Wobbler®; Senninger Irrigation, Clermont, FL) when average volumetric water content in any treatment fell below 10%. Percent moisture was measured weekly using a TH 2 O Soil Moisture Meter (Delta-T Devices; Cambridge, England

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Mason T. MacDonald, Rajasekaran R. Lada, Jeff Hoyle, and A. Robin Robinson

whether there was a change after onset of drought, so time (initial and final percent moisture) was introduced as a factor. Thus, moisture measurements were analyzed as a 2 × 3 × 2 factorial. Letter groupings were generated using least-squares means at a 5

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Ka Yeon Jeong and James E. Altland

mixed and subjected to the same extraction and nutrient analysis described previously. Likewise, three bags for each temperature and moisture level treatment combination were measured for percent moisture content. Data were subjected to analysis of

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James E. Altland and Ka Yeon Jeong

were measured for percent moisture content. Data were subjected to analysis of variance and correlation analysis, when appropriate, using statistical software (SAS v9.3; SAS Institute, Cary, NC). Data were plotted as means with error bars representing