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David R. Bryla, Thomas J. Trout, and James E. Ayars

ground cover. The authors note that the method does not replace ET measurement for developing crop coefficient curves, but it does provide a means to estimate change in K c values with increases (or decreases, e.g., as a result of insect herbivory) of

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S. Kaan Kurtural, Lydia F. Wessner, and Geoffrey Dervishian

displaying greater than 30% disease damage, insect herbivory or sunburn damage). However, in both years, there was no unmarketable fruit. Average cluster weight was calculated by dividing fruit yield per vine by the number of clusters harvested per vine

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Patsy E. Wilson, Douglas D. Archbold, Joseph G. Masabni, and S. Kaan Kurtural

for all treatments were measured on a single vine within each experimental unit during harvest. During both years, yield was divided into marketable and unmarketable fruit (fruit displaying greater than 30% disease damage or insect herbivory). However

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Tripti Vashisth, Mercy A. Olmstead, James Olmstead, and Thomas A. Colquhoun

, and defense against ultraviolet light, pathogens, insect herbivory, and other biotic and abiotic stresses ( Benoit and Berry, 1997 ; Berhow and Vaughn, 1999 ; Brignolas et al., 1998 ; Murphy et al., 2000 ; Ryan et al., 2002 ). Subtropical peaches

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Wendy A. Johnson, Raymond A. Cloyd, James R. Nechols, Kimberly A. Williams, Nathan O. Nelson, Dorith Rotenberg, and Megan M. Kennelly

.F. Shure, D.J. 1994 The influence of light and nutrients on foliar phenolics and insect herbivory Ecology 75 86 98 Eigenbrode, S.D. Shelton, A.M. 1990 Behavior of neonate diamondback moth larvae (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae) on glossy-leafed resistant