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M. Lenny Wells

, southeastern U.S. coastal plain soils contain low natural levels of S, which leaches readily from the sandy and sandy loam soils found throughout the region. In the humid conditions of the southeastern United States, ≈90% of total S is found in organic matter

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J.R. Heckman

. Materials and methods Sweet corn varieties were grown on a Freehold sandy loam soil near Adelphia, N.J., in 2003 and on a Quakertown silt loam soil near Pittstown, N.J., in 2004 to represent soils of both the coastal plain and the piedmont. Soil samples were

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Joe E. Toler, Jason K. Higingbottom and Lambert B. McCarty

. A 3-year field study was conducted in the summers of 2000, 2001, and 2002 at the Clemson Univ. Turfgrass Research Facility in Clemson, SC. The study site was established from sod in May of 1999 on a Cecil sandy loam (clayey, kaolinitic, thermic Typic

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Tom A. Street, Richard B. Doyle and Dugald C. Close

than 63 μm—1.0% was used. Particle size was determined by dry sieving ( McIntyre and Loveday, 1974 ). The soil used was a sandy loam, 90% sand (greater than 20 μm), 2.5% silt (2 to 20 μm), and 7.5% clay (less than 2 μm). Analysis of sand, silt, and clay

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Garry G. Gordon, Wheeler G. Foshee III, Stewart T. Reed, James E. Brown and Edgar L. Vinson III

methods The research was conducted at the E.V. Smith Research Experiment Station in Shorter, AL. The soil type is an Orangeburg sandy loam (fine-loamy siliceous thermic Typic Kandiudult). Field plots to evaluate the effects of colored plastic mulches and

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George Kotsiris, Panayiotis A. Nektarios and Angeliki T. Paraskevopoulou

Compost and Zeolite in a volumetric proportion of 65:30:5 (Pum 65 :C 30 :Z 5 ); and 3) Sandy loam soil mixed with Perlite and Zeolite in a volumetric proportion of 30:65:5 (S 30 :Per 65 :Z 5 ). The pumice (LAVA Mining & Quarrying S.A., Athens, Greece) had

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Yahia Othman, Caiti Steele, Dawn VanLeeuwen and Rolston St. Hilaire

. 32°12′01.14′′N, long. 106°44′30.32′′W) and a privately owned farm in the northern Mesilla Valley [La Mancha (lat. 32°17′06.25′′N, long. 106°50′04.26′′W)]. Trees from La Mancha orchard were grown in sandy loam soil [Brazito very fine sandy loam, thick

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Sally M. Schneider, Husein A. Ajwa, Thomas J. Trout and Suduan Gao

annual crops, to achieve acceptable nematode control and improve crop growth. In field tests, drip application of fumigants in sandy loam soils has provided good nematode control when used with both current commercially available compounds such as 1,3-D

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Panayiotis A. Nektarios, Ioannis Amountzias, Iro Kokkinou and Nikolaos Ntoulas

addition of 15% sandy loam soil. All substrate components were locally available in an effort to reduce the cost and provide job opportunities for the local markets. The soilless substrate contained pumice (Pum), perlite (Per), compost from straw, sawdust

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Tim R. Pannkuk, Richard H. White, Kurt Steinke, Jacqueline A. Aitkenhead-Peterson, David R. Chalmers and James C. Thomas

the installation of the leachate lines and gravel layer, soil was added in lifts. The soil was from the A horizon of the Rader fine sandy loam soil series (fine-loamy, mixed, semiactive, thermic Aquic Paleustalfs). All soil was passed through a 1.27-cm