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Charlene M. Grahn, Chris Benedict, Tom Thornton, and Carol Miles

juncea L. and Brassica oleracea L.), pak choi ( Brassica rapa L.), kale ( Brassica oleracea L.), arugula ( Eruca sativa L. and Diplotaxis tenuifolia L.), and beet greens ( Beta vulgaris L.) ( Hardesty and Leff, 2009 ). Although the widespread

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Qinglu Ying, Yun Kong, and Youbin Zheng

( C ), and daily light integral ( D ) in the experimental greenhouse during the lighting treatment period from 1000 hr on 8 Jan. to 1000 hr on 21 Jan. 2019. Seeds of mustard ( Brassica juncea ; Johnny’s Selected Seeds, Winslow, ME) and arugula

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Qinglu Ying, Yun Kong, and Youbin Zheng

, which have a much shorter growth period than lettuce and flower transplants. For microgreens, B 9 R 84 FR 7 (i.e., 9% B, 84% R, and 7% FR), compared with B 13 R 87 , increases hypocotyl length and FW in mustard ( Brassica juncea L.) under a total

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Tamara Thomsen

Stock species of Brassica rapa and Brassica nigra were crossed with the intention of synthesizing the amphidiploid species Brassica juncea. Of the stock species, a diploid and a tetraploid were given of both the B. rapa (Aaa and Aaaaa) and the B. nigra (Bbb and Bbbbb). However the identity of these was concealed, and they were presented as 1A 1, 1A2, 1A3, and 1A4. The objective of this experiment was not only to synthesize the species B. juncea (Abaabbb), but to determine the identity of 1A1, 1A2, 1A3, and 1A4 as to which of these were the diploid and tetraploid species, and to test the synthesized B. juncea by crossing it with the natural, male sterile B. juncea.

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Chase Jones-Baumgardt, David Llewellyn, and Youbin Zheng

/g), kale ( Brassica napus L., ‘Red Russian’, 367 seeds/g), arugula ( Eruca sativa L., 641 seeds/g), and mustard ( Brassica juncea L., ‘Ruby Streaks’, 612 seeds/g) were grown in fiber trays (23.5 × 48.5 × 3.5 cm) for 8 to 12 d after sowing (DAS). The

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Susan L.F. Meyer, Inga A. Zasada, Shannon M. Rupprecht, Mark J. VanGessel, Cerruti R.R. Hooks, Matthew J. Morra, and Kathryne L. Everts

.L. 2014 Replant disease control and system resilience to pathogen re-infestation in response to Brassica seed meal amendment Acta Hort. 1044 105 112 Mazzola, M. Zhao, X. 2010 Brassica juncea seed meal particle size influences chemistry but not biology

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Thierry E. Besançon, Maggie H. Wasacz, and Joseph R. Heckman

hemp ( Crotalaria juncea ) is a tropical legume cover crop attracting the attention of vegetable growers in the mid-Atlantic United States for its potential to supply N to rotation crops. Reports suggest that sunn hemp may accumulate as much as 135 kg

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Virender Kumar, Daniel C. Brainard, and Robin R. Bellinder

C:N ratio and decomposition rates of cover crops can have important effects on weed–crop competition. The central objectives of this study were to examine the: 1) effects of spring-sown buckwheat, brown mustard ( Brassica juncea L.), yellow mustard

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D. Grant McCarty II, Sarah E. Eichler Inwood, Bonnie H. Ownley, Carl E. Sams, Annette L. Wszelaki, and David M. Butler

control”); 3) fallow with dried molasses added for ASD treatment; 4) ASD treatment with a commercial mixture (‘Caliente 61’) of Indian mustard ( Brassica juncea L.) and white mustard ( Sinapis alba L.) seeded in a 1:1 mixture with arugula ( Eruca sativa

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Anthony M. Ortiz, Brent S. Sipes, Susan C. Miyasaka, and Alton S. Arakaki

inoculation of Meloidogyne javanica (Mj) alone, Pythium aphanidermatum (Pa) alone, or together on per-plant fresh weights of shoots (top) and roots (bottom) of four Brassicaceae genotypes: Sinapis alba cv. Ida Gold, Brassica juncea cv. Pacific Gold