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David M. Czarnecki II, Sandra B. Wilson, Gary W. Knox, Rosanna Freyre, and Zhanao Deng

University of Florida's Gulf Coast Research and Education Center (UF/GCREC) to develop new sterile L. camara cultivars. Initial efforts produced a number of highly sterile triploids from interploid crosses, but they had undesirable growth habits for

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. Early and total yields were greatest with blue and black plastic mulch. Time Invested in Teaching Practices for Three Instructional Methods With the burgeoning number of university courses offered via distance education, concerns regarding the time

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-up. Three weeks after the last flaming, the highest LPG doses used exhibited the fewest weeds of small weight and a low percentage of weed cover, whereas the green turfgrass coverage was high. A New Online Study Tool for Plant Propagation Distance education

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Ellen M. Bauske, Lelia Kelly, Kerry Smith, Lucy Bradley, Timothy Davis, and Pam Bennett

Carolina developed the 6-h advanced training. All training was conducted using Internet distance education technology such as Adobe Connect (Adobe Systems, San Jose, CA) and Horizon Wimba (Wimba, New York) which allowed a single educator or a small group of

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Heidi A. Kratsch, Ruby Ward, Margaret Shao, and Larry A. Rupp

conference to receive pesticide continuing education units to maintain their pesticide-applicator's license. Thus, the survey was mailed not only to the 450 individual members and member firms of the UNLA, but also to the remaining 2675 current and former

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the southeastern U.S. can compete with imports and grow “baby” squash using integrated pest management techniques that eliminate the use of most pesticides. VIRTUAL GARDEN TOUR BRINGS DISTANCE-EDUCATION STUDENTS CLOSER University students attending

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Lamont William James Jr

1972 address “Eleven Decades Later” said “We must never lose sight of the reason why we are in higher education—to serve society through developing youth, in particular, and people in general, the ability to think and be creative.” Think about: why did

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Michael A. Arnold

McDonald’s Hamburger University, IBM’s executive training program, the for-profit colleges perhaps most famously represented by the University of Phoenix, to a broader definition of a more business-like approach to education at traditional educational

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Davie M. Kadyampakeni, Kelly T. Morgan, Arnold W. Schumann, and Peter Nkedi-Kizza

RLD and water as a function of time, distance from the tree, soil depth and fertigation method; and 3) determine differences between the two sites associated with the presence of citrus greening. Materials and methods Site conditions. The study was

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Thomas M. Butzler, Elsa S. Sánchez, Steven M. Bogash, Timothy E. Elkner, William J. Lamont Jr., Robert Pollock, and Lee J. Stivers

, Russell E. Larson Research and Education Center, Rock Springs (lat. 40°42'45.04''N, long 77°57'12.44''W), and in southeastern Pennsylvania at the Penn State Southeast Agricultural Research and Extension Center, Manheim (lat. 40°07'05.11''N, long. 76