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Vincent M. Russo and P. Perkins-Veazie

.5 × 3.5 × 6 cm, L × W × D, with cell volumes of 30 cm 3 ) were fit within cells of planting trays. Trays were irrigated daily for 2 min/application at 0900 hr , 1500 hr , and 1800 hr . The misting system on each bench was comprised of three emitters

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Luis A. Rivera-Burgos, Emily Silverman, Nebahat Sari, and Todd C. Wehner

. Plants were watered daily using overhead sprinklers when humidifiers were not being used. In the field, we inoculated plants when they reached the fourth true leaf stage (4 weeks after sowing), after overhead irrigation of ≈12 mm of water during the

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Mitchell Eicher-Sodo, Robert Gordon, and Youbin Zheng

2 is directly based on the irrigation method used. Overhead irrigation, using spray nozzles attached to automated booms, is employed for production of microgreens, and lettuce in southwestern Ontario, Canada. Microgreens, seeded in shallow trays

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Natalia Salinas, Zhen Fan, Natalia Peres, Seonghee Lee, and Vance M. Whitaker

favor disease development in infected transplants ( MacKenzie and Peres, 2012 ). Spores are dispersed by irrigation, rain, insects, and workers ( Mertely et al., 2017 ). Overhead irrigation for 8 to 10 h per day for 7 to 12 d during bare-root transplant

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Jeb S. Fields, James S. Owen Jr., and Holly L. Scoggins

and Fernandez, 2013 ). With potential future water restrictions, growers will have to adopt more sustainable cultural practices to thrive. Most container nurseries use overhead irrigation on all or a portion of their operation and may not have the

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Geoffrey M. Weaver and Marc W. van Iersel

, Marysville, OH; 15N–2.2P–12.45K). Subirrigation was used because overhead watering could wash off the spray solutions. Spray solutions. Stock solutions of s-ABA, the biologically active isomer of ABA (10% s-ABA, VBC-30101; Valent BioSciences, Long Grove, IL

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Jennifer M. Evans, Veronica A. Vallejo, Randolph M. Beaudry, and Ryan M. Warner

temperature of 24 °C and bench temperature of 26 °C. Bench temperature was regulated by running hot water through tubes inlayed in a Styrofoam sheet on the benchtop. The watering regime consisted of intermittent overhead mist supplemented with a water

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Aaron E. Walworth and Ryan M. Warner

were placed under intermittent overhead mist irrigation at 23 °C until the development of two true leaves. Plants were then transferred to a greenhouse at 22 °C with a 16-h photoperiod (ambient plus 50 μmol·m −2 ·s −1 supplemental high-pressure sodium

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Leonor F.S. Leandro, Lisa M. Ferguson, Frank J. Louws, and Gina E. Fernandez

. Water was supplied by overhead misting during the first 2 weeks after planting, then once daily for an additional 2 weeks, according to the North Carolina recommendations for strawberry plug transplant production ( Poling, 2001 ). A randomized complete

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Iftikhar Ahmad, Brian E. Whipker, and John M. Dole

, plants were overhead irrigated as needed. Afterward, 48 h before the PGR applications were done, plants were subirrigated to field capacity (FC) followed by draining for 48 h. The plants were then drenched with 120 mL solution of paclobutrazol (Piccolo