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Tej P. Acharya, Mark S. Reiter, Greg Welbaum and Ramón A. Arancibia

were 1) to compare growth and production parameters of basil grown under LTs and open field to determine differences in SNUE, and 2) to determine differences in optimal N application rate, N uptake, NFUE, and ANRE between LTs and open field. SNUE is an

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Alexander R. Kowalewski, John N. Rogers III, James R. Crum and Jeffrey C. Dunne

application and cumulative depths. Increasing the number of annual topdressing applications will decrease the duration of time required to accumulate an adequate root zone over an existing native soil. However, if topdressing application rates exceed root

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Juan Carlos Díaz-Pérez, Jesús Bautista, Anthony Bateman, Guna Gunawati and Cliff Riner

produce quality. Foliar K application increases foliar K concentration, fruit sugars, ascorbic acid, and beta-carotene ( Jifon and Lester, 2009 ). In this study, however, rates of K had no effect on onion bulb disorders such as bolting, double bulbs, bulb

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Matthew A. Cutulle, Gregory R. Armel, James T. Brosnan, Dean A. Kopsell, William E. Klingeman, Phillip C. Flanagan, Gregory K. Breeden, Jose J. Vargas, Rebecca Koepke-Hill and Mark A. Halcomb

tembotrione rate. Few differences in injury were detected by increasing the application rate of tembotrione to 0.32 lb/acre; however, this increase in application rate did result in 10% to 20% injury to burning bush, azalea, and daylily by 4 WAT. Topramezone

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Patrick Conner

year of culture in the nursery before they are large enough to graft. Kormanik et al. (2003) found that the frequent application of high rates of N stimulated the growth of white oak and red oak first-year seedlings and prevented early bud set in the

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Stephen S. Miller and Thomas Tworkoski

, Pleasant Plains, IL), as blossom thinners in apple and peach. Rates, application techniques, timing, and frequency of application were modified each year to address pressing questions raised by previous trials with this novel, newly patented thinning agent

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Zhi Quan, Bin Huang, Caiyan Lu, Yi Shi, Yanhong Cao, Yongzhuang Wang, Chuanrui He, Guangyu Chi, Jian Ma and Xin Chen

the whole year ( Qiu et al., 2010 ; Yan et al., 2012 ). However, closed growth environment and high-rate fertilization easily degrade a greenhouse soil within a period of several years ( Lei et al., 2010 ). Co-application of organic fertilizers such

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Daniel T. Lloyd, Douglas J. Soldat and John C. Stier

differences among N rate, application timing, and turfgrass species in cool temperatures. As a result of the perceived importance of fall fertilization, the agronomic significance should be evaluated through controlled environment research accounting for

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Duane W. Greene

to make meaningful fruit evaluation. Table 4. Effect of the time of 500 mg·L −1 ABA application on fruit size and quality at harvest of ‘Bartlett’ pears, Expt. 1. All rates of ABA from 50 to 500 mg·L −1 applied at the 10-mm fruit size stage resulted

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Edward J. Nangle, David S. Gardner, James D. Metzger, John R. Street and T. Karl Danneberger

pressure of 275.7 kPa at a rate of 815 L·ha −1 to each of the three light environments. This occurred on a weekly basis from June to September in 2006 and May to October in 2007 in a foliar application. Applications of TE at 0.397 L·ha −1 a.i. were made