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Monica Ozores-Hampton, K.E. Cushman, F. Roka, and R.D. French-Monar

University of Florida’s Plant Pathology Laboratory in Immokalee, FL, for presence of potential fungal root or crown pathogens. Ten additional plants of each category were labeled for future sampling for fruit yield and plant dry weight. Fruit from each of

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Bruce W. Wood, Leonardo Lombardini, and Richard J. Heerema

returns, ReTain® may offer commercial potential for increasing yields of ‘Desirable’ pecan trees in certain situations and merits further evaluation on other cultivars. Literature Cited Anderson, K.K. Grant, J. Hasey, J

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Charles L. Webber III, James W. Shrefler, and Merritt J. Taylor

application may increase their potential usefulness for organic production systems. Interrow cultivation for the purpose of weed control is not always the ideal choice for organic vegetable production or, because of the soil and weather conditions, may not

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Craig J. Frey, Xin Zhao, Jeffrey K. Brecht, Dustin M. Huff, and Zachary E. Black

., 2008 ). Tomato grafting has the potential to increase crop vigor, as measured by an increase in stem diameter, leaf area, and above- and below-ground biomass ( Öztekin and Tüzel, 2017 ; Rahmatian et al., 2014 ). Tomato marketable and total yields, as

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Sudip Kunwar, Jude Grosser, Fred G. Gmitter Jr., William S. Castle, and Ute Albrecht

smallest trees in the trials. However, despite having high yield efficiency, the overall yield potential of these rootstocks may not be sufficient, in the longer-term, to compete with the more vigorous rootstocks. Moreover, some of these small size

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Juan Carlos Díaz-Pérez and James E. Hook

Use of drip irrigation and plastic film mulch has been associated with increases in yield and quality of bell pepper and other vegetables ( Lamont, 1993 ). Adequate irrigation management is necessary to maximize fruit yield and increase the

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Dalong Zhang, Yuping Liu, Yang Li, Lijie Qin, Jun Li, and Fei Xu

Phytol. 204 105 115 Parry, M.A. Reynolds, M. Salvucci, M.E. Raines, C. Andralojc, P.J. Zhu, X.G. Price, G.D. Condon, A.G. Furbank, R.T. 2011 Raising yield potential of wheat: II. Increasing photosynthetic capacity and efficiency J. Expt. Bot. 62 453 467

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Jason E. Stout, Joan R. Davenport, and R. Troy Peters

yield and berry quality in part because RDI has the potential to limit yield and economical ‘Concord’ production is largely focused on yield with a minimum set of quality standards. In addition, many Concord vineyards that are irrigated use systems that

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David L. Ehret, Brenda Frey, Tom Forge, Tom Helmer, and David R. Bryla

mineral status at heavy irrigation volumes potentially contribute to reductions in yield. Table 1. Effects of irrigation level on yield in ‘Duke’ blueberry during the first 3 years of fruit production (2008–2010). Table 2. Effects of irrigation level on

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Kate A. Ivancic, Matthew D. Ruark, Francisco J. Arriaga, and Erin M. Silva

any evidence for the potential of the cover crop to supply N. Table 3. Treatment means and analysis of variance results for sweet corn yield [both fresh weight (FW) and ear] for the 2014 and 2015 growing seasons. Fig. 3. Sweet corn fresh weight yield