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Rachel E. Rudolph, Thomas W. Walters, Lisa W. DeVetter, and Inga A. Zasada

used, with application restricted to nonbearing acreage ( Zasada and Walters, 2016 ). Crop rotation has been suggested as a cultural management practice to reduce the severity of RLN and other soilborne diseases in the red raspberry system. Although

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Michael T. Deaton and David W. Williams

study was to evaluate the effects of cultivars, applications of TE, and overseeding with perennial ryegrass on traffic tolerance of bermudagrass grown as football turf on a sand-based system. The significance of this study is that although all of these

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Dean A. Kopsell, Carl E. Sams, T. Casey Barickman, Dennis E. Deyton, and David E. Kopsell

cancers ( Combs and Gray, 1998 ; Ip and Lisk, 1994 ), cardiovascular diseases ( Korpela, 1993 ; Oldfield, 1991 ), and problems with immune system functions ( Baum et al., 1997 ; Ryan-Harshman and Aldoori, 2005 ). Currently, there are more than 40

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Tomomi Eguchi and Chieri Kubota

information on the effective concentration and application methods of fatty alcohol for young tomato or tomato rootstock seedlings of 2 to 3 weeks after germination. The objective of this preliminary study was to determine the effects of fatty alcohol applied

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Giovanni Piccinni, Jonghan Ko, Thomas Marek, and Daniel I. Leskovar

hydromulched in late Fall 2001 on the weather station plot after completing installation of a lysimeter located in the center of ≈1.0 ha, a field that had a subsurface drip irrigation system. The grass height was ≈0.1 m after mowing and varied from 0.12 to 0

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Karla M. Addesso, Anthony L. Witcher, and Donna C. Fare

mite controlled-release sachets [Swirskiline Controlled-Release System; Bioline AgroSciences, Little Clacton, UK (formerly Syngenta Bioline, Basel, Switzerland)] to newly transplanted rooted cuttings was as effective as applications made to larger

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Renata Koyama, Adriane Marinho de Assis, Lilian Yukari Yamamoto, Wellington Fernando Borges, Rogério de Sá Borges, Sandra Helena Prudêncio, and Sergio Ruffo Roberto

treatments were tested: 1) control (no application); 2) S -ABA at 200 mg·L −1 at 7 DAV; 3) S -ABA at 400 mg·L −1 at 7 DAV; 4) S -ABA at 200 mg·L −1 at 7 DAV + 200 mg·L −1 at 15 DAFA; and 5) S -ABA at 400 mg·L −1 at 7 DAV + 400 mg·L −1 at 15 DAFA

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Kelly T. Morgan, Robert E. Rouse, and Robert C. Ebel

be expected that alleviation of disease symptoms would require a 2-year window to rebuild the root system and canopy before yield would recover. It appears that longer term studies with foliar applications of Mn, Zn, B, and Mg are required with the

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Manuel G. Astacio and Marc W. van Iersel

root conductance and ABA are at times contradictory. Exogenous ABA injection applications (13–53 mg·L −1 ) into a pressure chamber diminished conductance of decapitated soybean ( Glycine max L.) root systems over the course of 3–4 h ( Markhart et al

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Miguel Urrestarazu, Isidro Morales, Tommaso La Malfa, Ruben Checa, Anderson F. Wamser, and Juan E. Álvaro

frequently used parameters for the practical control of soilless systems (e.g., Gorbe and Calatayud, 2010 ; Hayward and Long, 1943 ; Urrestarazu et al., 2008b ). No information is available on the effect of the time of application of a fertigation volume