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T. Auxt Baugher, J. Schupp, K. Ellis, J. Remcheck, E. Winzeler, R. Duncan, S. Johnson, K. Lewis, G. Reighard, G. Henderson, M. Norton, A. Dhaddey and P. Heinemann

blossoms to remove in each experiment, weighing anticipated impacts on yield and fruit size. Table 1. Peach and nectarine blossom thinning and fruit set response to string thinner compared with hand-thinned control treatments in uniformly designed trials in

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Bahlebi K. Eiasu, Ntombekhaya Matafeni, Viwe Dyafta and Kenias Chigwaya

for design management and analysis of agronomic research experiments. Michigan State Univ., East Lansing, MI Oudin, A. Mahroug, S. Courdavault, V. Hervouet, N. Zelwer, C. Rodríguez-Concepción, M. St-Pierre, B. Burlat, V. 2007 Spatial distribution and

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Alberto Sánchez-Estrada and Julián Cuevas

et al., 2002 ; Wu et al., 2002 ). To check ‘Manzanillo’ behavior and its pollination requirements in a nontraditional olive country, such as Mexico, we designed different pollination experiments with three main aims. First, to determine whether a

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Raymond A. Cloyd, Cindy L. Galle, Stephen R. Keith and Kenneth E. Kemp

result in any significant runoff. The test plants were then arranged in a completely randomized design on a wire-mesh, raised bench (12 × 3 m). The temperature inside the greenhouse during the experiment was 30 °C (day) and 22 °C (night) with a relative

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Gabriele Amoroso, Piero Frangi, Riccardo Piatti, Alessio Fini and Francesco Ferrini

producers for sustainable techniques to control weeds in containerized plants. Organic or inorganic mulches can be used for this purpose. The effectiveness of several mulching materials was assessed in some experiments, and their ability to limit weed growth

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Yang Chen, Xianzhi Zhou, Yongsheng Lin and Lina Ma

“3414” optimal design scheme, as recommended by the Ministry of Agriculture of China, the experiment was designed to include three elements (N, P, and K) at four different application levels or treatments. Of the four treatments, level 2 represents the

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Whitney J. Garton, Mark Mazzola, Nairanjana Dasgupta, Travis R. Alexander and Carol A. Miles

severity of this disease in this region. Trees selected for the experiment each year bore anthracnose cankers of similar size, and different trees were included in the experiment each year. The experimental design did not block the treatments by cultivar as

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Wenjing Guan, Xin Zhao and Donald J. Huber

. using the one-cotyledon method ( Davis et al., 2008 ). Completely healed grafted plants with three true leaves as well as control plants were transplanted into the field on 19 Mar. The field experiment was arranged in a randomized complete block design

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Matthew H. Kramer, Ellen T. Paparozzi and Walter W. Stroup

, often the objective of an experiment. In many common designs (e.g., any design with blocking), there is no straightforward way to determine the standard error of the difference from the standard error of the mean. Providing only the standard error of the

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Matthew H. Kramer, Ellen T. Paparozzi and Walter W. Stroup

, often the objective of an experiment. In many common designs (e.g., any design with blocking), there is no straightforward way to determine the standard error of the difference from the standard error of the mean. Providing only the standard error of the