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Hunter C. Smith, Jason A. Ferrell, and Tyler J. Koschnick

broadcast over the designated landscape bed with a modified leaf blower, making the application rate potentially variable because inconsistent placement of the granules is likely. It is possible that the inconsistent plant response to flurprimidol is the

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Md. Jahedur Rahman, Haruhisa Inden, and Masaaki Kirimura

nutrient solution application timing and nigari on g S , LVPD, and leaf photosynthetic rate of soilless greenhouse-grown sweet pepper plants. Materials and Methods Experimental site, plant materials, and growing conditions. A greenhouse experiment was

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Bruce W. Wood

soil application makes the approach especially attractive if there is a concurrent reduction in the amount of Zn fertilizer needed to satisfy tree needs. The present soil application rate for southeastern soils is typically 2.27 to 4.54 kg Zn sulfate

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Nagehan D. Köycü, John E. Stenger, and Harlene M. Hatterman-Valenti

. Similar to the analysis of sulfur injury, the plot was arranged as a randomized complete block design with a split-plot arrangement with four replications and was evaluated across application groups as a repeated measure. Application groups, sulfur rate

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Vincent A. Fritz, Veronica L. Justen, Ann M. Bode, Todd Schuster, and Min Wang

cabbage exposed to various foliar application rates of JA; and 2) to determine the effect of exogenous JA application on cabbage yield. We chose to quantify both indolic and aliphatic GSLs individually because these GSL groups are under separate genetic

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Gitta Shurberg, Amy L. Shober, Christine Wiese, Geoffrey Denny, Gary W. Knox, Kimberly A. Moore, and Mihai C. Giurcanu

range for a particular species. Tjia and Black (2003) recommended a biweekly application of fertilizer containing 10% N at a rate of 1 lb/100 ft 2 for begonia planted in a landscape in Florida. Currently, the Florida Friendly™ Landscaping (FFL

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Suejin Park, Sarah A. Mills, Youyoun Moon, and Nicole L. Waterland

were applied at either half (0.5×), equal to (1×), or twice (2×) the manufacturer’s recommended application rate ( Table 1 ). Plants were held in the greenhouse under the previously described environmental conditions for subsequent evaluations. Half of

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Frederick S. Davies and Glenn Zalman

citrus trees in Florida. Adequate nutrition is essential for production of high-quality citrus nursery trees, but application rates, frequencies of application, and nitrogen (N) sources vary greatly among citrus nurseries worldwide. For example, annual N

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Aaron L. Warsaw, R. Thomas Fernandez, Bert M. Cregg, and Jeffrey A. Andresen

experiment were to determine the effects of scheduling irrigation applications based on DWU on irrigation volume, plant growth, substrate soluble salt accumulation, runoff, and nutrient loss compared with a conventional irrigation rate. Materials and Methods

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Ivan dos Santos Pereira, Luciano Picolotto, Michél Aldrighi Gonçalves, Gerson Kleinick Vignolo, and Luis Eduardo Corrêa Antunes

. In addition to the K rates (treatments), all plots were fertilized with 5 g/plant (33.3 kg·ha −1 ) of P and 15 g/plant (100 kg·ha −1 ) of N. A single application of P and K was made at the beginning of budbreak and before flowering on 26 Aug. 2009, 9