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production in a conservation planting in Nebraska. While financial returns varied among species and varieties, net returns for several varieties were substantial. Overall findings indicate that commercial production of selected varieties of woody florals in

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Jun Zeng, Jing Sun, Yang Xu, Fadi Chen, Jiafu Jiang, Weiming Fang, and Sumei Chen

suggested that resistance is most commonly under monogenic control. Outside of the primary gene pool, a number of related species have been shown to harbor variation of relevance to aphid tolerance ( Sun et al., 2012 ), to Alternaria leaf spot resistance

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Amnon Levi, William P. Wechter, Karen R. Harris, Angela R. Davis, and Zhangjun Fei

polymorphic markers between two watermelon breeding lines whose progeny segregate for race 1 fusarium wilt resistance (caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. niveum ). Of these 1309 primers, only 75 polymorphic markers (≈1 polymorphism per 17 primers) were

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Samuel F. Hutton, Yuanfu Ji, and John W. Scott

, who crossed the F 7 with a begomovirus-susceptible greenhouse tomato inbred and returned F 2 seed from that cross. An F 2 ToMoV-resistant selection without wild species characteristics was made and advanced to the F 4 generation. The F 4 was fixed

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Maria I. Villarroel-Zeballos, Chunda Feng, Angela Iglesias, Lindsey J. du Toit, and James C. Correll

soilborne pathogens affect the production of spinach leaf and seed crops ( Correll et al., 1994 ). Although Verticillium dahliae causes Verticillium wilt of more than 200 species of vegetables, field crops, and trees, the fungus was not, until recently

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Cecil T. Pounders, Hamidou F. Sakhanokho, and Leopold M. Nyochembeng

in 2009 ( U.S. Department of Agriculture, 2010 ). Helen Kraus coined and defined the name Semperflorens-cultiform group in 1945 as a synonym (“ever flowering”) of B. cucullata var. cucullata , the first variant of the species introduced to commerce

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Christopher A. Proctor, Daniel V. Weisenberger, and Zachary J. Reicher

.E. 1989 Influence of cultural factors on species dominance in a mixed stand of annual bluegrass/creeping bentgrass Crop Sci. 29 480 484 Gibeault, V.A. Autio, R. Spaulding, S. Youngner, V.B. 1980 Mixing turfgrasses controls fusarium blight Calif. Agr. 34 11

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Abigail Attavar, Lydia Tymon, Penelope Perkins-Veazie, and Carol A. Miles

., 2015a ). On a commercial scale, growers in Asia have been using grafting for several decades as a management strategy for biotic stresses such as fusarium wilt and verticillium wilt, and abiotic stresses such as soil salinity and cold stress in

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Bernard H. Zandstra, Sylvia Morse, Rodney V. Tocco, and Jarrod J. Morrice

Fusarium proliferatum and Fusarium oxysporum , which infect asparagus and produce soil toxins that inhibit asparagus growth ( Keulder, 1999 ; Morrison et al., 2011 ). The application of herbicides has been suggested as a stressor that may facilitate

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James D. McCreight, Jack E. Staub, Todd C. Wehner, and Narinder P.S. Dhillon

Cucurbits comprise the highly diverse family known as Cucurbitaceae that includes cultivated, feral, and wild species ( Robinson and Decker-Walters, 1997 ). Many of the cultivated species such as squash ( Cucurbita ssp.), watermelon [ Citrullus