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Natalie R. Bumgarner, Mark A. Bennett, Peter P. Ling, Robert W. Mullen, and Matthew D. Kleinhenz

/subplot of clear water. No additional fertilizer was added. Environmental data. Air and soil temperatures were recorded continuously at 30-min (Fall 2008, Spring 2009) and 15-min (Fall 2009, Spring 2010) intervals in both experiments using data loggers (Hobo

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Kristof Vermeulen, Kathy Steppe, Katrien Janssen, Peter Bleyaert, Jan Dekock, Jean-Marie Aerts, Daniel Berckmans, and Raoul Lemeur

conventional environmental data to estimate the crop water requirements, it is often hard to implement them in a practical irrigation control system, because these algorithms must be calibrated for each specific crop at different stages of crop development

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Jasmine Jenji Mah, David Llewellyn, and Youbin Zheng

day/night temperature differential may have had on stem elongation. Environmental data, logged in 15-min intervals, are summarized in Table 1 . Table 1. Mean day and night temperatures and relative humidity during the light-treatment period for

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Brian J. Pearson, Richard M. Smith, and Jianjun Chen

, Amalia, and Neo1) cultivated within a greenhouse structure in Apopka, FL. z Results and Discussion Environmental data. Mean daily temperatures ranged from 13.7 to 30.2 °C for years 1 and 2. Relative humidity remained high throughout both years with a mean

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Michael A. Ortiz, Krystyna Hyrczyk, and Roberto G. Lopez

(Soilmaker, West Lafayette, IN) with a soil pH of 6.6. Each crop was randomly planted in each of the eight beds. Drip tape (T-Tape # TSX 515-12-220; John Deere, Moline, IL) was installed in each bed at ≈0.3-m spacing. Environmental data collection. Resistance

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Mindy L. Bumgarner, K. Francis Salifu, and Douglass F. Jacobs

or environmental data and needs further investigation. However, several factors may explain such a response. First, increased transpiration associated with greater shoots and larger leaf area in fertilized plants could partly explain reduced growth

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Daniel T. Lloyd, Douglas J. Soldat, and John C. Stier

deviate substantially from the set points ( Table 1 ). The environmental data from the first run of each temperature regimen were prematurely deleted by the system operator and are therefore unavailable, although real-time inspection of the data during the

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Yun Kong, Katherine Schiestel, David Llewellyn, and Youbin Zheng

radiation data were recorded using XR5-SE data loggers (Pace Scientific Inc.). The calibration of all sensors was verified experimentally before deployment. These continuously measured and recorded raw environmental data were used for the calculation of

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Kristine M. Lang, Ajay Nair, and Alexander G. Litvin

, dried tissue was weighed using a 500-g scale (Scout Pro Balance; Ohaus Corporation, Parsippany, NJ). Data analysis. Data were analyzed using PROC GLIMMIX in SAS (version 9.4; SAS Institute, Cary, NC). Environmental data were analyzed to show heat by dark

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Tim R. Pannkuk

. Environmental data from the station was used to calculate both ET o using a modified Penman–Monteith equation ( Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1998 ). Irrigation was adjusted weekly to replace 100% of calculated (ET o ) minus