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Matthew D. Taylor, Rachel Kreis and Lidia Rejtö

/or compost, are used to establish substrate pH. Titration studies have been performed on pure compost with elemental sulfur and sulfuric acid to lower the high pH of the composts to make them more suitable for containerized crops and field-grown blueberries

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

antioxidants linked to inhibiting cancers such as prostate ( Giovannucci et al., 1995 ), skin ( Gonzalez et al., 2003 ), and colon ( Slattery et al., 1999 ). Organic acids, such as malic and citric, and soluble sugars, such as fructose and glucose, contribute

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Joyce G. Latimer

Abbreviations: ABA, abscisic acid; DAS, days after sowing; GA, gibberellic acid; PGR, plant growth regulator. 1 Assistant Professor. The cost of publishing this paper was defrayed in part by the payment of page charges. Under postal regulations

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Tim J. O’Hare, Hung Hong Trieu, Bruce Topp, Dougal Russell, Sharon Pun, Caterina Torrisi and Dianna Liu

g kernels) does restrict label health claims both in Australia ( Front-of-Pack Labelling Secretariat, 2018 ) and in the United States ( Food and Drug Administration, 2003 , 2017 ). Fatty acid profiles vary widely between nut species ( Ros and Mataix

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Travis Robert Alexander, Jacqueline King, Andrew Zimmerman and Carol A. Miles

(acid <0.45%, tannin >0.20%) and bittersharp (acid >0.45%, tannin >0.20%) cider apples ( Barker and Burroughs, 1953 ). Growers have historically selected cider apple cultivars for their fruit acid and tannin content levels ( Alwood, 1903 ; Barker, 1911

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

suppression by Kelley Bean Co. using standard commercial practices. Chemical preparation and applications. Gibberellic acid was applied as Release LC (Valent BioSciences, Long Grove, IL), a 4% (wt/wt) GA 3 formulation (1 g/fl oz GA 3 ). Release LC was diluted

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Nicole L. Waterland, John J. Finer and Michelle L. Jones

regulated by the plant hormone abscisic acid (ABA) ( Malladi and Burns, 2007 ). The exogenous application of ABA or ABA analogs delays drought stress-induced wilting in a variety of bedding and potted plants ( Blanchard et al., 2007 ; Kim and van Iersel

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Andreas Winkler, Max Ossenbrink and Moritz Knoche

. Also, pH remained essentially constant (within 0.5 pH units) in presence of organic acids without pH adjustment. However, pH of nonbuffered solutions [i.e., those containing water only, carbohydrates, polyethylene glycol (PEG) 6000, or those of organic

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John L. Maas, Shiow Y. Wang and Gene J. Galletta

preferential treatment of the product listed by either the authors or the USDA. We gratefully acknowledge the assistance of Sam Garrett, Amy Jordan, Hong J. Jiao, and Aaron Weitzman, and the ellagic acid extraction and quantification procedures provided by

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L. Carl Greve, Gale McGranahan, Janine Hasey, Ronald Snyder, Kathy Kelly, David Goldhamer and John M. Labavitch

Abbreviations: ET, full water use; PTB, packing-tissue-brown; PUFA, polyunsaturated fatty acids; REGWF, Ryan-Einot-Gabriel-Welsch multiple F test. We thank K. Woeste and N. Willits for statistical assistance and E. Germain, S.K. Xi, and A.M. Davis