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Yukihiro Fujime

There are many indigenous vegetables in Japan. Japan is an island nation and has many vegetables transferred from tropical Asia with ancient origin. The geographic situation of Japan is complex with the presence of high mountainous zones on the

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Gloria McIntosh and Gerald Klingaman

Vegetable Crops

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K.M. Batal, M.R. Hall, D.M. Granberry, J.T. Garrett, D.R. Decoteau, R.T. Dufault, G.D. Hoyt, T.C. Gilsanz, J.M. Davis and D.C. Sanders

Vegetable Crops

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Mark Gaskell and Richard Smith

Soil fertility management is an important and costly cultural practice for organic vegetable growers. Nitrogen (N) is often the most limiting nutrient to efficient and profitable vegetable production and at the same time, N losses and inefficient N

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Elaine M. Grassbaugh, Mark A. Bennett, Mark Schmittgen and Brad Bergefurd

107 POSTER SESSION (Abstr. 599–611) Culture and Management–Vegetables

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Everardo Zamora, Jose Cosme Guerrero and Santiago Ayala

Poster Session 5—Vegetable Crops Management–Cropping Systems 1 18 July 2005, 12:00–12:45 p.m. Poster Hall–Ballroom E/F

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Gwendolyn Hawkins, Stephanie E. Burnett and Lois B. Stack

Consumer interest in certified organic produce and plants has increased in recent years. Worldwide, organic produce markets increased 20% every year between 1999 and 2004 ( Willer and Yussefi, 2004 ). Fruit and vegetables were the top grossing

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Marcus B. Jackson, Shanqianq Ke, Barbara A. Laschkewitsch and Chiwon W. Lee

34 POSTER SESSION 7 (Abstr. 530-551) Vegetables: Culture and Management

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Charles Benbrook

, and N application rates, especially in corn. Compared with most organic and lower-input conventional systems, the high-N path has resulted in fruits, vegetables, and grains that grow relatively fast, reach a larger size at maturity, and have lower