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Aaron G. Anderson, Isabella Messer, and Gail A. Langellotto

al., 2018 ; Loram et al., 2008 ). It is unclear how public interest is balanced with the barriers to adoption that exist at the consumer level and the production level. On the consumer level, a lack of availability contributes heavily to the low

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Neil S. Mattson, Elizabeth M. Lamb, Brian Eshenaur, and John Sanderson

on the Cornell University campus in Ithaca, NY. Although this campus-based program was well attended, we also wanted to respond to geographic barriers that prevented some growers from attending. We applied for and received funding from the New York

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Shannon Caplan, Bryan Tilt, Gwen Hoheisel, and Tara A. Baugher

what attributes these technologies should have; 2) what barriers to adoption they may experience; and 3) how the system could add value to their product. Interviews were conducted at participants’ places of business, places of residence, or, in a few

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Michael A. Schnelle

of the lowland plains from the Gangetic plains of India into Indochina. The Himalayan range contributes to the diversity of taxa and has provided barriers as well as corridors that plants were able to negotiate through during the ice ages ( Nepal and

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Gayle M. Volk and Christopher M. Richards

Wild plant genetic resources within genebanks provide researchers with access to valuable genotypic and phenotypic diversity. In particular, crop wild relatives are emerging as very important genetic resources that provide breeders and geneticists

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Rachel Mack, James S. Owen, Alex X. Niemiera, and Joyce Latimer

behind BMP use, and 3) the barriers to BMP adoption. Findings will be communicated to nursery and greenhouse growers via Extension and trade publications with the goal of increasing grower awareness and adoption of BMPs. Materials and methods Exploratory

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Philipp W. Simon

in restaurants and grocery stores; limited access to restaurants and grocery stores in disadvantaged neighborhoods (“food deserts”); strong advertising campaigns for fast foods but not for vegetables and fruits; personal and cultural barriers reducing

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Amy McFarland, Tina M. Waliczek, Jayne M. Zajicek, and R. Dan Lineberger

impact on food choices for both children and adults through improving the access to and increasing the preference for fruit and vegetables ( Devine et al., 1999 ; Heim et al., 2009 ; Koch et al., 2006 ; Mummery et al., 2007 ; Sommerfeld et al., 2010a

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Ariana P. Torres, Alicia L. Rihn, Susan S. Barton, Bridget K. Behe, and Hayk Khachatryan

, limited returns, and the cost of online advertising as key barriers to using social media marketing. As expected, using social media for the business ( P < 0.01) and using the Internet to access business information ( P < 0.01) increased the likelihood

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Michael A. Gold, Mihaela M. Cernusca, and Larry D. Godsey

). Barriers to entry. Barriers to entry inhibit new firms from entering the market, maintaining a higher level of profit for those already in the industry. High capital requirements, brand identity and advertising expenditures, access to distribution channels