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Carole L. Bassett, D. Michael Glenn, Philip L. Forsline, Michael E. Wisniewski, and Robert E. Farrell Jr

into commercially important apple cultivars to enhance tree survival during water deficit periods, to improve survival of newly planted seedlings, and to reduce dependency on irrigation. MATERIALS AND METHODS Orchard plots. The USDA National Malus

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Danny L. Barney, Michael Bauer, and Jennifer Jensen

tree survival or growth. Fertilizer practices varied between farms. At SREC, trees were fertilized in autumn from 2002 to 2006 using a slow-release isobutydine diurea 18N–2.2P–8.3K analysis fertilizer. Rates ranged from 29 lb/acre of actual nitrogen in

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Mark A. Williams, John G. Strang, Ricardo T. Bessin, Derek Law, Delia Scott, Neil Wilson, Sarah Witt, and Douglas D. Archbold

, results similar to the lower levels of the disease on fruit of these cultivars in 2011 and 2013 ( Table 5 ). Tree survival. Some tree death was noted in the orchard by 2010. Injury from vole damage was observed around the trunk base in areas not adequately

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Thayne Montague and Lindsey Fox

trees in landscapes should be aware of the time required for transplanted trees to become established in arid climates. When transplanting FG trees, precautions need to be taken that ensure tree survival. In addition, our research confirms tolerance to

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Charles T. Rohla, Michael W. Smith, and Niels O. Maness

consequently bearing consistency. High concentrations of nonstructural carbohydrates did not ensure bearing consistency or regulate flowering per se. Carbohydrate availability can become critical when crops are so excessive that tree survival is questionable

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Richard J. Heerema, Dawn VanLeeuwen, Marisa Y. Thompson, Joshua D. Sherman, Mary J. Comeau, and James L. Walworth

nut quality parameters such as percentage kernel weight, total in-shell nut volume, and percentage of fruits with dehisced shucks related to increasingly severe Zn deficiency ( Hu and Sparks, 1990 ). In young Zn-deficient pecan orchards, tree survival

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Gregory T. Browne, Charles A. Leslie, Joseph A. Grant, Ravindra G. Bhat, Leigh S. Schmidt, Wesley P. Hackett, Daniel A. Kluepfel, Reid Robinson, and Gale H. McGranahan

the control treatment, means and 95% confidence intervals were generated using the MEANS procedure. For data from the field trial, Fisher’s exact test ( Agresti, 2007 ) was used to compare tree survival rates on Paradox rootstock with survival rates on

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Craig Cogger, Rita Hummel, Jennifer Hart, and Andy Bary

nd Ed Agron. Monogr. 9. ASA and SSSA Madison, WI Gilman, E.F. 2004 Effects of amendments, soil additives, and irrigation on tree survival and growth J. Arboriculture 30 301 310 Giusquiani, P

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William S. Castle, James C. Baldwin, and Ronald P. Muraro

5 Castle, W.S. Baldwin, J.C. 1995 Tree survival in long-term citrus rootstock field trials Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 108 73 77 Castle, W.S. Baldwin, J.C. 2005 Rootstock effects

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Donita L. Bryan, Michael A. Arnold, Astrid Volder, W. Todd Watson, Leonardo Lombardini, John J. Sloan, Luis A. Valdez-Aguilar, and Andrew D. Cartmill

of planting depth on landscape tree survival and girdling root formation Arbor. Urban For. 32 305 311