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Silvia R. Marino, Jeffrey G. Williamson, James W. Olmstead, and Philip F. Harmon

both directions (spread within and between rows) were measured at monthly intervals. Plant canopy volume was calculated using the formula of an elliptical cone: where V = plant canopy volume per tree; h = plant height, and d = in-row and within

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Rebecca L. Darnell, Jeffrey G. Williamson, Deanna C. Bayo, and Philip F. Harmon

commercial practice. After harvest each year, plants were top-pruned to ≈1.5 m with a handheld hedger (PP2822; Poulan PRO, Charlotte, NC), and any canes protruding into the row aisle were hedged. Plant canopy volume was measured at the end of each growing

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Yann-Jou Lin, Ai-Tsen Su, and Bau-Show Lin

volume is a good predicator of LAI, so canopy volume was used instead of LAI in this study. The canopy volume was calculated as plant coverage area multiplied by plant height. Monitoring of the cooling benefits. A location within the experimental area, a

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Kirandeep K. Mann, Arnold W. Schumann, Thomas A. Obreza, and Jerry B. Sartain

al., 2008 ). These five productivity zones were named based on the variable tree canopy volumes and termed as “very poor” (canopy volume 0 to 1.84 m 3 /row), “poor” (canopy volume 1.84 to 3.67 m 3 /row), “medium” (canopy volume 3.67 to 5.51 m 3 /row

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Dinesh Phuyal, Thiago Assis Rodrigues Nogueira, Arun D. Jani, Davie M. Kadyampakeni, Kelly T. Morgan, and Rhuanito Soranz Ferrarezi

-density plantings result in higher fruit yield per area without compromising fruit quality and 2) HLB-affected trees require continuous application of nutrients, particularly micronutrients, to mitigate plant disease, ameliorate canopy volume, increase trunk

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Adolfo Rosati, Andrea Paoletti, Giorgio Pannelli, and Franco Famiani

these cultivars exhibit greater branching associated with smaller diameters of trunk, branches, and shoots, resulting in higher yield efficiency and a greater number of fruiting shoots in the small canopy volume allowed in super high-density systems

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Tripti Vashisth and Taylor Livingston

-GACATACCTGATCTCATTGAAGTTCAG, probe: TTGTGTTCAATGGTCTCGGGCG). The results of C Las detection are reported as cycle threshold (Ct) value. Canopy volume measurement. Canopy volume was measured at pretreatment, 3 and 6 months posttreatment, then annually, and after harvest. Canopy

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Dinesh Phuyal, Thiago Assis Rodrigues Nogueira, Arun D. Jani, Davie M. Kadyampakeni, Kelly T. Morgan, and Rhuanito Soranz Ferrarezi

tree height, canopy diameter and trunk diameter following Phuyal et al. (2020) . Canopy volume was calculated by using geometric prolate spheroid equation: [(4/3) (π) (tree height/2) (average canopy diameter)2] ( Obreza and Rouse, 1993 ). Fruit yield

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Bruno Casamali, Marc W. van Iersel, and Dario J. Chavez

responses (leaf and stem water potential, photosynthetic assimilation, water use efficiency, budbreak progression, trunk cross-sectional area, canopy volume, and fruit yield) of young peach trees grown under different irrigation and fertilization regimes

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Kelly T. Morgan, Robert E. Rouse, and Robert C. Ebel

duplicate samples were included for each 10th, 20th, and 30th sample of the tissue samples, respectively. Tree growth and yield. Tree canopy volume was determined for each tree by measuring the canopy width in a north–south and east–west direction and the