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Jongtae Lee, Byeonggyu Min, Heedae Kim, Juyeon Kim, Young-Seok Kwon and George E. Boyhan

hand in March, April, and May. Experimental design. Field experiments were conducted during two consequent seasons using a split-split plot design with three replicates. The main plots included a sheet of transparent mulch, black polyethylene mulch, or

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Kenneth G. McCabe, Christopher J. Currey, James A. Schrader, David Grewell, Jake Behrens and William R. Graves

nutrients and slowly release them back to plants over time, and this theory may be even more applicable in other production systems where BC can be used as a soil amendment. Although our experiments were not designed to determine the specific effects of BC

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Matthew B. Bertucci, Katherine M. Jennings, David W. Monks, Jonathan R. Schultheis, Penelope Perkins-Veazie, Frank J. Louws and David L. Jordan

and 2016, respectively. Scions for the experiment were the two triploid (seedless) watermelon cultivars: Exclamation (Syngenta Seeds, Greensboro, NC), an oblong, standard-sized watermelon and Extazy (Hazera Seeds Ltd., Berurim, Israel), a round mini

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Rangjian Qiu, Yuanshu Jing, Chunwei Liu, Zaiqiang Yang and Zhenchang Wang

response model and sigmoidal-shape model; and 3) to establish the quantitative relationships between fruit quality, ion content, and EC e or seasonal evapotranspiration. Materials and Methods Experimental setup. The experiment was conducted from Apr. 28 to

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Desire Djidonou, Xin Zhao, Eric H. Simonne, Karen E. Koch and John E. Erickson

-grafted ‘Florida 47’ (FL) transplants provided the control treatment. Field production. The field experiments were conducted during the spring seasons of 2010 and 2011 at the Suwannee Valley Agricultural Extension Center in Live Oak, FL (lat. 30.31° N, long. 82

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Xinhua Yin, Jinhe Bai and Clark F. Seavert

compared with the current N and P management practice of single broadcast application of N and P on the soil surface in the mid-Columbia region of Oregon. Materials and methods Site description and experimental design. A field experiment was conducted from

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Aline Coelho Frasca, Monica Ozores-Hampton, John Scott and Eugene McAvoy

was to evaluate the effects of two planting configurations (single and double row) and BL on CGH tomato growth, flowering pattern, yield, and postharvest quality. Materials and Methods Two experiments were conducted on a commercial farm in Immokalee

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Rebecca J. Long, Rebecca N. Brown and José A. Amador

between the first and second season of the experiment. The experiment was laid out with 28 plots, measuring 4.6 m × 13.8 m, arranged in a randomized block design with four replicates of the seven treatments (six wastes and mineral fertilizer control

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Mack Wilson, Victor Khan and Clauzell Stevens

An experiment was conducted to determine the influence of several synthetic mulches and one biodegradable mulch on the yield of `Crimson Sweet' watermelons. The experimental design was a randomized block design using VisPore rowcover and various mulches. The results showed that using brown mulch resulted in a significant increase in marketable numbers of watermelons. Total yield of watermelons showed significant row cover × mulches interaction. Higher yields were observed with brown mulch and VisPore rowcover. The total number of watermelons grown with mulches was significantly greater than the control.

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Lauren Lindsey, Raymon Shange, Ramble O. Ankumah, Desmond G. Mortley and Sangita Karki

on storage root yield, and chemical and biochemical factors of the rhizosphere ecosystem, and the bacterial community composition in the rhizosphere ecosystem. Materials and Methods The study was conducted as a randomized complete block design with a