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Gary E. Vallad and Bielinski M. Santos

they are also a mode of long-distance movement and disease spread. The use of copper-based bactericides can offer some level of control, except under the most extreme weather conditions. However, the reliance on copper in agriculture has led to

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Kathryne Short, Coleman L. Etheredge, and Tina M. Waliczek

found demographic characteristics played a role in the purchasing of flowers, with age, education, and income being major factors. Older participants (55 years and older) were less likely to buy SCFs, as well as people with lower education levels ( Yue

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Tigon Woline and Ann Marie VanDerZanden

prepared to solve ill-structured problems because they rarely are required to do so during their education or training. Recognizing the need for students to develop competencies in problem-solving, current trends in pedagogy emphasize student

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Li-Chun Huang and Li-Chun Chen

presented in Table 1 . Among these post categories, product information, work showcasing, gratitude to customers, and consumer education were the most common, accounting for ≈82.32% of the posts ( Fig. 1 ). The characteristics of the posts by category are

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Rosanna Freyre and Sandra B. Wilson

). It produces on average 20.6 seeds per capsule with 98% to 100% germination rate under ideal conditions of 30 °C day and 20 °C night ( Wilson and Mecca, 2003 ). Explosive dehiscence of the seed capsule results in seed dispersal distances from the

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Štefan Kohek, Nikola Guid, Stanislav Tojnko, Tatjana Unuk, and Simon Kolmanič

Grappadelli, 1991 ; Unuk et al., 2008 ; Wünsche et al., 2000 ). To make the learning process faster and easier, the interactive education application EduAPPLE ( Kohek et al., 2015 ) has been developed, where tree-training techniques can be applied on three

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Bielinski M. Santos

significantly less in the nonpruned than in the pruned system. Carlton et al. (1994) and Sikes and Coffey (1976) determined that pruning increased early yield, but reduced total yield. Other production practices, such as in-row distances, could interact with

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Matthew S. Wilson and Chad T. Miller

grounds, gardens, arboreta, greenhouses, the neighboring community, etc. Technological resources provide valuable opportunities and resources for traditional in-class and distance horticulture plant identification courses to supplement lecture and

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Gilbert Miller, Ahmad Khalilian, Jeffrey W. Adelberg, Hamid J. Farahani, Richard L. Hassell, and Christina E. Wells

tomato roots were within a 25-cm lateral and downward distance from the drip emitters on sandy soils. Singh et al. (1989) reported that 74% of drip-irrigated tomato roots were confined to the top 15 cm of soil, whereas Machado and Oliveira (2005

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Rhuanito S. Ferrarezi, Alan L. Wright, Brian J. Boman, Arnold W. Schumann, Fred G. Gmitter, and Jude W. Grosser

Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) Indian River Research and Education Center in Fort Pierce, FL (lat. 27°26′N, long. 80°26′W, elevation 19 ft). Soil at the site is classified in the Pineda series: loamy, siliceous, and active hyperthermic Arenic