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that are totally or virtually impermeable can be used and retained in a planting to function as a mulch after fumigation is complete. Tarps must be approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) by active ingredient, and currently no

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impermeable polyethylene mulch because of accumulation of NH 4 ( Ozores-Hampton et al., 2009 ). Soil texture. Soil texture alone does not influence nutrient release from CRF. However, soil texture does influence soil moisture holding capacity and to some

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harvest is not good for color development in fruit skin. Previous studies have indicated that bagging with a light-impermeable bag significantly lowers anthocyanin concentrations in apple ( Malus domestica ) peels ( Feng et al., 2014 ). The visual

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reactions ( Steffens et al., 1994 ); 3) reduce protein palatability and digestibility by oxidizing nucleophilic amino acids ( Felton et al., 1992 ); and 4) form an impermeable melanin barrier, preventing the spread of pathogen infection ( VanGelder et al

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essentially impermeable to 55 Fe from FeCl 3 ( Fig. 2 ) and we did not detect any effect of FeCl 3 on water transport in astomatous systems ( Weichert and Knoche, 2006b ). Third, 55 Fe penetration across the exocarp into the receiver at pH 2.0 ( Fig. 2

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drip irrigation tape (12-inch emitter spacing, 0.50 gal/min per 100 ft at 15 psi; Jain Irrigation, Haines City, FL) was laid and beds were covered with a 1.25-mil-thick totally impermeable film plastic mulch (Raven Industries, Sioux Falls, SD). Holes

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recommendations. Raised beds were formed using a power take-off (PTO)-driven walk behind tractor and rotary plow (853; BCS America, Portland, OR). White over black totally impermeable film polyethylene plastic mulch (1.1 mil) (Guardian Agricultural Plastics Corp

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with a black on white 1.1-mil-thick total impermeable film plastic mulch [60-inches (Vaporsafe RM; Raven Industries, Sioux Falls, SD, USA)]. The plastic was laid with the black side facing outward. During plastic laying, a single line of drip tubing [12

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feather-based containers required 2.5 times more water than those grown in plastic containers. The greater irrigation requirement was due to evaporation through sidewalls of peat and feather containers compared with impermeable plastic. The greater drying

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)] placed in the row immediately before laying plastic mulch. Beds were 6 inches tall by 32 inches wide and covered with a 1.1-mil-thick impermeable film plastic mulch (Vaporsafe RM, TIF, 60 inches; Raven Industries, Sioux Falls, SD). An herbicide mixture

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