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Marisa Y. Thompson, Jennifer Randall, Richard J. Heerema, and Dawn VanLeeuwen

study orchards were located in the Mesilla Valley, NM, United States (lat. 32°19ʹ35 N, long. 106°46ʹ31ʺ W; elevation 1201 m). This region has an average annual precipitation of 222 mm ( Malm, 2003 ). Environmental data collected at a nearby weather

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Gerardo H. Nunez

undergraduate general education horticulture class HortTechnology 19 445 451 Uchanski, M.E. Grover, K. VanLeeuwen, D. Goss, R. 2015 Integrating hoop house construction and environmental data interpretation into an undergraduate general education plant science

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Isaac T. Mertz, Nick E. Christians, and Adam W. Thoms

Hochberg, Y. Tamhane, A. 1987 Multiple comparison procedures. Wiley, Hoboken, NJ Hoke, R.A. Giesy, J.P. Adams, J.R. 1990 Use of linear orthogonal contrasts in analysis of environmental data Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 9 6 833 837 Holeček, M. 2002 Relation

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Christopher J. Currey and John E. Erwin

. Environmental data are reported in Table 2 . Plants were irrigated with tap water as needed and fertilized once weekly as previously described. Table 2. Mean day and night air temperature and daily light integral (DLI) for short-day (SD) night interruption (NI

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Roberto G. Lopez and Diane M. Camberato

hr . Environmental data [as measured with a weather station (WatchDog; Spectrum Technologies, Plainfield, IL)] are reported in Table 2 . Table 2. Average daily greenhouse air temperature and daily light integral (DLI) during each mo. for ‘Eckespoint

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Christopher J. Currey and John E. Erwin

water as needed and fertilized weekly as previously described. The PPF and air temperature at canopy height were measured, and environmental data are reported in Table 1 . Table 1. Average day and night air temperatures and daily light integral (DLI

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Lisa Wasko DeVetter, Rebecca Harbut, and Jed Colquhoun

collected every 30 min with an environmental data logger (Watchdog 2465 Plant Growth Station; Spectrum Technologies, Plainfield, IL). Growing degree days were calculated using a modified version the cranberry-specific method introduced by DeMoranville et al

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Jose A. Yuri, Claudia Moggia, Carolina A. Torres, Alvaro Sepulveda, Valeria Lepe, and Jose L. Vasquez

shown for ‘Galaxy’ and ‘Brookfield ® Gala’ on both rootstocks in Year 5. Table 4. Fruit count size (no. of fruit in a 18.2-kg box −1 ) and their equivalent fruit weights. Environmental data (air temperature, solar radiation, wind speed, rainfall, and

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W. Garrett Owen and Roberto G. Lopez

temperature, and RH set points were 3.3 mol·m −2 ·d −1 , 21 °C, and 80%, respectively. Environmental data collection. Light quality and PPFD were measured at the beginning and end of each experimental replication by taking five individual spectral scans per

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Paweł Petelewicz, Paweł M. Orliński, and James H. Baird

plant hardiness zone 10b; elevation, ≈452 ft). Environmental data for the site (California Irrigation Management Information System station 99 in Santa Monica) are provided in Table 1 . The study area was a 3-year-old, mature ‘Pure Distinction’ creeping