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Fhatuwani N. Mudau, Puffy Soundy, and Elsa S. du Toit

day misting and fogging systems, which work automatically based on the humidity of the greenhouse. The mist bed was 5 m long, 1.5 m wide, and 1 m high and was supplied with an automated misting system operating through misting nozzles. The greenhouse

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Christopher J. Currey, Kenneth G. McCabe, and Kellie J. Walters

dolomitic limestone, starter nutrient charge, and a surfactant (Sunshine Mix No. 1; Sun Gro Horticulture, Agawam, MA). Plants were grown on expanded metal benches in a glass-glazed greenhouse at Iowa State University, Ames, IA (lat. 42°N) with fog cooling

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Haishan An, Jiajia Meng, Fangjie Xu, Shuang Jiang, Xiaoqing Wang, Chunhui Shi, Boqiang Zhou, Jun Luo, and Xueying Zhang

; the pH of the medium was adjusted to 5.5. All treatments were performed on cutting seedbed in the greenhouse, and the cuttings were incubated using 90% to 95% relative humidity with a fog-spraying system ( Xiao et al., 2014 ). Determination of rooting

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Silvia Jiménez Becker, Maria Teresa Lao, and Mari Luz Segura

: External mobile shading and fog systems Acta Hort. 697 463 467 Mengel, K. Kirkby, E.A. 2001 Principles of plant nutrition 5th ed Intl. Potash Inst Bern, Switzerland Ministry of Agriculture and Fishing

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Nicholas J. Flax, Christopher J. Currey, James A. Schrader, David Grewell, and William R. Graves

retractable shade curtains, fog cooling, radiant hot-water heating, and 1000-W high-pressure sodium lamps that operated between 0600 and 2200 hr to provide a supplemental photosynthetic photon flux ( PPF ) of 164 ± 20 µmol·m −2 ·s −1 at plant height

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Dominique-André Demers, Martine Dorais, and Athanasios P. Papadopoulos

. Relative humidity in the summer experiment was maintained between 70% and 90%, with combined venting and heating to reduce RH, and with high-pressure fogging to increase RH. A drip irrigation system was used to irrigate the plants daily with complete

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Cindy B.S. Tong, Hsueh-Yuan Chang, James J. Luby, David Bedford, Benham E.L. Lockhart, Roy G. Kiambi, and Dimitre Mollov

-MCP) fogs, heat treatment ( Lurie et al., 1991 ), or preconditioning at a warm temperature, can alleviate development of superficial scald ( Johnson et al., 1980 ; Jung and Watkins, 2008 ), senescent breakdown ( Nock and Watkins, 2013 ), and soft

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Huan Hu, Nan Chai, Haoxiang Zhu, Rui Li, Renwei Huang, Xia Wang, Daofeng Liu, Mingyang Li, Xingrong Song, and Shunzhao Sui

-air-temperature on their root growth and leaf damage after planting J. Forest Res-Jpn. 18 279 284 doi: 10.1007/s10310-012-0343-4 Stefancic, M. Vodnik, D. Stampar, F. Osterc, G. 2007 The effects of a fogging system on the physiological status and rooting capacity of

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Christopher J. Currey, Vincent C. Metz, Nicholas J. Flax, Alex G. Litvin, and Brian E. Whipker

benches in a glass-glazed greenhouse at Iowa State University in Ames, IA (latitude 42°N) with fog cooling, radiant hot water floor and perimeter heating, and retractable shade curtains controlled by an environmental computer (ARGUS Titan; ARGUS Control

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Fulya Baysal-Gurel, Ravi Bika, Christina Jennings, Cristi Palmer, and Terri Simmons

Postharvest applications of disinfectants using a fog tunnel system to manage botrytis gray mold in tomatoes Acta Hort. 1053 237 244 doi: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2014.1053.26 Bika, R. Baysal-Gurel, F. Jennings, C. 2020 Botrytis cinerea management in ornamental