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Guihong Bi, Williams B. Evans, and Glenn B. Fain

vermicompost as a media amendment. Proc. South. Nur Assn. Res. Conf. 43 32 33 Bilderback, T.E. Fonteno, W.C. Johnson, D.R. 1982 Physical properties of media composed of peanut hulls, pinebark and peatmoss and their effects on azalea growth J. Amer. Soc. Hort

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Guihong Bi, William B. Evans, James M. Spiers, and Anthony L. Witcher

properties of media composed of peanut hulls, pinebark and peatmoss and their effects on azalea growth J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 107 522 525 Carpio, L.A. Davies F.T. Jr Arnold, M.A. 2005 Arbuscular mycorrhizal

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M. Gabriela Buamscha, James E. Altland, Dan M. Sullivan, Donald A. Horneck, and James Cassidy

.E. Fonteno, W.C. Johnson, D.R. 1982 Physical properties of media composed of peanut hulls, pine bark, and peatmoss and their effects on Azalea growth J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 107 522 525 Blom, T.J. Piott, B

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Paraskevi A. Londra

.G. 1982 Wetting properties of dried-out nursery container media Scientia Hort. 17 49 59 Bilderback, T.E. Fonteno, W.C. Johnson, D.R. 1982 Physical properties of media composed of peanut hulls, pine bark and

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Richard C. Beeson

peanut hulls, pine bark, and peatmoss and their effects on azalea growth J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 107 522 525 Bunt, A.C. 1976 Modern potting compost The Pennsylvania State Univ. Press University Park, PA

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Mariateresa Cardarelli, Youssef Rouphael, Elvira Rea, Luigi Lucini, Marco Pellizzoni, and Giuseppe Colla

. Tweddell, R.J. 2003 Effect of mycorrhization on the accumulation of rishitin and solavetivone in potato plantlets challenged with Rhizoctonia solani Mycorrhiza 13 333 336 Yen, G.C. Duh, P.D. 1994 Scavenging effects of methanolic extracts of peanut hull on

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Yann-Jou Lin, Ai-Tsen Su, and Bau-Show Lin

a monoculture with 100 plants each. Planting materials were purchased from a commercial nursery, and the plants were cultivated in 7.5-cm flowerpots in a substrate with a volume ratio of peat soil:rice hulls:sand of 3:1:1. Before being transplanted

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Beiquan Mou

Crop listings: amaranth, asparagus, bean-dry, bean-garden, bean-lima, bean-mung, beet, Brussels sprout, cabbage, cabbage-Chinese, carrot, celery, chickpea, collard, cucumber, eggplant, leek, lettuce, melon, onion, parsnip, pea-green, potato, pumpkin, rutabaga, shallot, Southern pea (cowpea), soybean, spinach, squash, sweet corn, sweet potato, Swiss chard, tomato, turnip.

This list of the North American vegetable cultivars was developed using the database of the Plant Variety Protection (PVP) Office (https://apps.ams.usda.gov/CMS/), published descriptions from scientific journals, seed catalogs, and websites of seed companies, as well as inputs from vegetable breeders. Assistant editors responsible for each crop were instructed to obtain as much information as

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Cooperative Extension Service initiated a comprehensive entomological survey in 2009 using traps on commercial farms. Fourteen counties in Alabama were selected by the project participants as observation sites (vegetable and peanut fields) to monitor 14 key