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Timothy W. Coolong, Ronald R. Walcott, and William M. Randle

, alternative methods have been developed to detect B. aclada in onion bulbs. These include culturing samples on semiselective media, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay tests, and conventional polymerase chain reaction (PCR) detection ( Kritzman and Netzer

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Shangchun Hu, Gail Hansen, and Paul Monaghan

Council, 2008 ). Commonly used techniques to manage urban stormwater include sustainable urban drainage systems (SUDSs), low impact development (LID), and best management practices (BMPs). SUDS focus on replicating natural systems to manage urban

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Joshua D. Butcher, Charles P. Laubscher, and Johannes C. Coetzee

pathogenic microbes ( ModularHydro, 2011 ). The dual function of hydrogen peroxide as an oxygenator and sterilizing agent makes it an attractive option in some cases despite the risk of oxidative stress ( Cheeseman, 2007 ). Pelargonium tomentosum Jacquin

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Charis-Konstantina Kontopoulou, Sofia Giagkou, Efthalia Stathi, Dimitrios Savvas, and Pietro P.M. Iannetta

liquid culture (10 mL/plant) containing Rhizobium tropici , strain CIAT899 (10 9 colony-forming units/mL) or with a commercial product. The R. tropici inoculum was provided by Dr. Jean-Jacques Drevon (INRA, France). The commercial product contained a

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Silvia Jiménez Becker, Maria Teresa Lao, and Mari Luz Segura

The analysis of current practices reveals a dual approach for controlling plant nutrition, inductive (a posteriori) and deductive (a priori) regulations. The inductive regulation is based on a purely technological breakthrough and it operates

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Silvia Jiménez, Mónica Pérez, Blanca María Plaza, Roberto Salinas, and María Teresa Lao

Bot et al. (1998) consider a dual approach to control plant nutrition: inductive or deductive regulations. Inductive regulation (a posteriori) is based on a purely technological breakthrough and it is rapidly operational, whereas deductive regulation

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Elisa Solis-Toapanta, Paul Fisher, and Celina Gómez

. Lovatelli, A. 2014 Small-scale aquaponic food production: Integrated fish and plant farming. FAO Fish. Aquacult. Tech. Paper 589:1–259 Spensley, K. Winsor, G.W. Cooper, A.J. 1978 Nutrient film technique—Crop culture in flowing nutrient solution Outlook Agr

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S. Alan Walters and Elizabeth A. Wahle

of lifting or stripping because sets are allowed to grow without any manipulation, resulting in smaller roots ( Fig. 4 ) ( Bratsch, 2006 ). Although over 60% of growers used the lifting and stripping technique about 10 to 15 years ago (A.D. Bratsch

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Qi Zhang, Enda Yu, and Andy Medina

obtain fruits and fertile seeds from the F 1 plants of interspecific crosses, additional techniques like repeated pollination, bud pollination, mixed pollen pollination, embryo culture and /or amphidiploidy, and the adjustment of florescence and

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Xunzhong Zhang, Damai Zhou, Erik H. Ervin, Greg K. Evanylo, Derik Cataldi, and Jinling Li

estimates, Alexandria was applied at 15.8 g per tube and the Blue Plains at 26.4 g per tube. Table 1. Attributes of the two biosolids (Alexandria and Blue Plains) used in this study. Tall fescue culture, biosolids application, and moisture stress treatment