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Beiquan Mou and Guangyao Wang

, pak-choi, spinach, and turnip), spice (black pepper, cinnamon, and ginger), medicine (ginseng), and ornamentals (Asian crabapple, camellia, chrysanthemum, Japanese cherry, maple, and plum, and Korean rhododendron, just to mention a few common plants

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S. Alan Walters, Kurt T. Range, Bradley H. Taylor and Wanki Moon

cucumerina var. anguinea ), kabocha squash ( Cucurbita maxima ), napa cabbage ( Brassica rapa var. pekinensis ), pak choi ( B. rapa var. chinensis ), winged bean ( Psophocarpus tetragonolobus ), and yardlong bean ( Vigna unguiculata ssp. sesquipedalis

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Howard F. Harrison Jr. and Mark W. Farnham

weed management in several cole crops, including broccoli, cauliflower, green cabbage, and red cabbage, and the related crop, pak choi ( Brassica rapa ). They concluded that green cabbage and pak choi were most sensitive to clomazone; however, only one

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Chenping Xu and Beiquan Mou

-beneficial compounds ( Fraser and Bramley, 2004 ). Consistent with previous study in mustard and pak choi ( Pant et al., 2009 ; Srivastava et al., 2011 ), its content increased under all vermicompost treatments, especially under drench treatment, in the present study

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May Elfar Altamimi, Rhonda R. Janke, Kimberly A. Williams, Nathan O. Nelson and Leigh W. Murray

Pak choi handbook. Cornell University. Biological and environmental engineering. Sept. 2010. < http://www.cornellcea.com/Pakchoi_Handbook/pc_biological_significance.htm > Amor, F.M. del Espinosa, M.F. Molina, S. Varo, P. Camara, J.M. Lopez, Y.A. 2006

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Joshua K. Craver, Joshua R. Gerovac, Roberto G. Lopez and Dean A. Kopsell

. (2015) , these authors found that red pak choi ( B, rapa var. chinensis ‘Rubi F 1 ’) and tatsoi ( B. rapa var. rosularis ) microgreens produced the highest concentrations of carotenoids under the light intensities of 330 and 440 µmol·m −2 ·s −1

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Carl J. Rosen and Deborah L. Allan

evident. Harwood (1984) reported lower NO 3 concentrations in leaves of pak choi ( Brassica rapa var. chinensis ) when fertilized with fermented chicken manure than with NH 4 NO 3 without yield suppression as a result of source. A general conclusion

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Bryant C. Scharenbroch

: Page, A.L. (ed.). Methods of soil analysis. Part 2: Chemical and microbiological properties. American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI Pant, A.P. Radovich, T.J.K. Hue, N.V. Arancon, N.Q. 2011 Effects of vermicompost tea (aqueous extract) on pak choi

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Joshua R. Gerovac, Joshua K. Craver, Jennifer K. Boldt and Roberto G. Lopez

reduced hypocotyl elongation of kohlrabi ( B. oleracea var. gongylodes ‘Delicacy Purple’), tatsoi ( B . rapa var. rosularis ), and mustard ( B . juncea L. ‘Red Lion’), and increased percent DW of red pak choi ( B . rapa var. chinensis ‘Rubi F 1

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Jeffrey M. Hamilton and Jorge M. Fonseca

increasing salinities ranging from electrical conductivity (EC) 1.0 to 6.0 dS·m −1 ( Serio et al., 2004 ); vitamin C declines in Pak Choi ( Brassica rapa L.) in response to salinity above EC 9.5 dS·m −1 ( Mahmud et al., 1999 ). Our objective was to