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Paola Crinò, Chiara Lo Bianco, Youssef Rouphael, Giuseppe Colla, Francesco Saccardo and Antonino Paratore

Bletsos, F.A. 2005 Use of grafting and calcium cyanamide as alternatives to methyl bromide soil fumigation and their effects on growth, yield, fruit quality and Fusarium wilt control in melon J. Phytopathol. 153 155 161

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Theodore McAvoy, Joshua H. Freeman, Steven L. Rideout, Stephen M. Olson and Mathews L. Paret

.O. Kokalis-Burelle, N. Church, G.T. 2005 Alternatives to methyl bromide: A Florida perspective. Online. APSnet Features. doi: 10.1094/APSnetFeature/2005-0605 Scott, J.W. Sodomi, G.C. Jones, J.B. 1989 Bacterial spot resistance is not associated with bacterial

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Richard L. Hassell, Frederic Memmott and Dean G. Liere

rootstock; plants should not be older than 33 d before transplanting. Fig. 4. Side grafting. Literature Cited Amadio, A. 2004 Alternatives to methyl bromide adopted for cucurbit production in projects funded by

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Charles E. Barrett, Xin Zhao and Robert McSorley

production, use, and economics ( Kubota et al., 2008 ; Rivard et al., 2010b ); grafting as an alternative to methyl bromide in field production ( Freeman et al., 2009 ); and the use of resistant rootstocks for controlling RKN and soilborne diseases such as

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Tomomi Eguchi and Chieri Kubota

Since use of methyl bromide for soil fumigation has been limited by the Montreal Protocol, there is an increasing need to find an alternative method to manage soilborne pathogens and pests in open-field vegetable production. One of the proposed

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Desire Djidonou, Zhifeng Gao and Xin Zhao

of tomato grafting as alternative to methyl bromide for tomato production in Morocco. Proc. 12th Annu Intl. Res. Conf. Methyl Bromide Alternatives Emission Reductions, 31 Oct. – 3 Nov., San Diego, CA. 47:1–3 Di Gioia, F. Serio, F. Buttaro, D. Ayala, O

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Benjamin C. Garland, Michelle S. Schroeder-Moreno, Gina E. Fernandez and Nancy G. Creamer

.E. Brannen, P.M. Monks, D.M. Louws, F.J. 2006 Economic evaluation of methyl bromide alternatives for the production of strawberries in the southeastern United States HortTechnology 16 118 128 Taylor, J. Harrier, L. 2001 A comparison of development and mineral

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loss was halted with a post-label wax coating. Laser labeling was an effective method to label citrus fruit. Methyl Bromide Alternatives in Fruit and Nut Plant Nurseries Production of nematode-free nursery stock in California depends heavily on preplant

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J.D. Hansen, M.A. Watkins, M.L. Heidt and P.A. Anderson

. Conf. Methyl Bromide Alternatives. 68-1 68-4 Simpson, C.B. 1903 The codling moth U.S. Dept. Agr. Div. Entomol. Bul. 41 Simpson, S.E. 1993 Caribbean fruit fly-free zone certification protocol in Florida (Diptera: Tephritidae) Fla. Entomol. 76 228 233

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Matthew D. Stevens, Brent L. Black, John D. Lea-Cox, Ali M. Sadeghi, Jennifer Harman-Fetcho, Emy Pfeil, Peter Downey, Randy Rowland and Cathleen J. Hapeman

://plasticulture.cas.psu.edu/nraes_manual.htm ) has become popular. Both CCP and CMR use methyl bromide fumigation and other pesticides to control replant disorders. However, methyl bromide and other traditional pesticides are being phased out as a result of the restrictions mandated in the Montreal