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Laura A. Warner, Amanda D. Ali and Anil Kumar Chaudhary

-based best landscape management practices and they have increasingly turned to innovative approaches to changing consumer behaviors ( Saurí, 2013 ). Extension professionals may incorporate principles of an underused behavior change strategy, social marketing

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Robin G. Brumfield, Laura B. Kenny, Alyssa J. DeVincentis, Andrew K. Koeser, Sven Verlinden, A.J. Both, Guihong Bi, Sarah T. Lovell and J. Ryan Stewart

impacts ( Evans and Hensley, 2004 ). The long-term sustainability of the horticulture industry may be an area of concern for “green” customers who take the social cost of carbon into account when making purchasing decisions. The social cost of carbon is an

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Ariana Torres, Susan S. Barton and Bridget K. Behe

. Current research shows that 81% of American adults use the Internet; over half of them are using two or more social media sites ( Duggan et al., 2015 ). Technology from an advertising and promotion standpoint can include webpages, online newsletters, e

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Natalie Bumgarner, Sheri Dorn, Esther McGinnis, Pam Bennett, Ellen Bauske, Sarada Krishnan and Lucy Bradley

contributions from medicine, public health, human nutrition, social science, and environmental psychology ( Bratman et al., 2015b ; Bringslimark et al., 2009 ; de Vries et al., 2003 ; Dorn et al., 2018 ; Goldman, 2014 ; Kaplan and Kaplan, 1989 ; Simon

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Sarah A. White

actions. Erin Yafuso presented “Coordinating water quality outreach to best reach your audience,” discussing how both the use of social media and traditional outreach avenues (e.g., biweekly newsletters with research updates, webinars, workshops, and the

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and plants, and can improve the ability of all built landscapes to sustain complex food webs, sequester carbon, manage watersheds, support pollinators, and connect habitat fragments. Accomplishing this in socially acceptable ways is one of horticulture

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Mary A. Rogers

maintained through inputs such as composts, cover crops, and commercially available organic fertilizers ( Montri and Biernbaum, 2009 ). In aquaponics, wastewater from fish production provides nutrients to crops in a media-filled raised bed or floating system

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Seong Min Woo and Hazel Y. Wetzstein

shoots, was collected in situ from mature populations at the Charles Harrold Preserve, Statesboro, GA. On return to the laboratory, leaf and bud tissues were dissected and explanted onto appropriate media. In addition, root cuttings of field material were

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Sheri Dorn, Lucy Bradley, Debbie Hamrick, Julie Weisenhorn, Pam Bennett, Jill Callabro, Bridget Behe, Ellen Bauske and Natalie Bumgarner

( National Initiative for Consumer Horticulture, 2017 ). The title of the infographic contains a hashtag symbol (#) to promote the use of the title in social media tags, as used by Twitter (Twitter Co., San Francisco, CA) and Facebook (Facebook Corp., Menlo

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Carrie A. Radcliffe, James M. Affolter and Hazel Y. Wetzstein

weekly for 4 weeks. Cultures were considered responsive if swelling and callusing of the explants were evident. Cultures were transferred onto fresh induction media at Week 4. Cultures were rated for formation of shoot primordia and buds while on