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Timothy K. Broschat

application rate for this 8N–0.9P–10K–4Mg formulation of 73 g·m −2 of canopy or landscape area every 3 months has been recommended ( Broschat, 2014 ), there is no research showing what the optimum fertilization rates are for either landscape maintenance or

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Lenny Wells

possible. This management includes high N application rates with or without fertigation. However, there remains very little data regarding the effect of N fertilization or fertigation on young pecan trees grown under southeastern U.S. orchard conditions

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Bielinski M. Santos

accumulative tomato marketable yield in comparison with lower K rates. In Florida, K application rates have changed dramatically during the last decade. Informal surveys among tomato growers indicated that between 400 and 550 lb/acre of K were applied per

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Christopher J. Biai, José G. Garzon, Jason A. Osborne, Jonathan R. Schultheis, Ronald J. Gehl and Christopher C. Gunter

applied in 50-mL doses (≈10% of total pot volume) at an application rate of 250 mg·L −1 ABA. Treatments were based on frequency and timing of ABA applications ( Table 1 ). Treatment based on frequency was as follows: single application at Week 1

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Ross C. Braun, Jack D. Fry, Megan M. Kennelly, Dale J. Bremer and Jason J. Griffin

= Wintergreen Plus (Precision Laboratories, Waukegan, IL); 100 = 100 gal/acre; 160 = 160 gal/acre; x2 = treatment received a sequential midwinter application (1 gal/acre = 9.3540 L·ha −1 ). Turf color was rated on a 1 to 9 scale where 1 = straw brown, 6

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

significant reduction in onion yields were observed with pelargonic acid application rates compared with the weed-free control. Pelargonic acid in commercial formulations has potential as a nonselective postemergent contact herbicide for weeds in vegetable

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Matthew G. Blanchard and Erik S. Runkle

rates. The objective of this study was to determine the effects of a pretransplant liner dip application of paclobutrazol and uniconazole on five common species of bedding plants. Materials and methods Plant material. On 3 Mar. 2005, rooted vegetative

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Mohammed B. Tahboub, William C. Lindemann and Leigh Murray

lowered soil pH, increased soil carbon, and organic matter contents and enhanced water infiltration in soil planted with almond trees in the San Joaquin Valley, CA ( Holtz et al., 2004 ). However, the application rate was unrealistically high (≈410,000 kg

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Christian M. Baldwin, A. Douglas Brede and Jami J. Mayer

with minimal stand injury when applied to actively growing PRG ( Baldwin et al., 2012 ). However, tolerance levels are reduced to ≈0.27 kg·ha −1 when applied during the fall season and applications at rates >0.29 kg·ha −1 should be avoided until the

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S. Christopher Marble, Matthew T. Elmore and James T. Brosnan

in Florida, Tennessee, and Texas, respectively. In all sites, weed control was performed with an application of pendimethalin (Pendulum ® 2G, BASF, Corp., Research Triangle Park, NC) at a rate of 224 kg of formulated product per hectare following