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Bruce W. Wood

chelated Fe can trigger Ni deficiency. This antagonistic effect of Fe and DPTA on Ni nutritional physiology is important to the production of certain horticultural and agronomic crops and therefore merits consideration in development of mineral nutrient

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Melinda A. Miller-Butler, Barbara J. Smith, Brian R. Kreiser and Eugene K. Blythe

resistance and other positive agronomic characteristics ( Longhi et al., 2014 ). Genetic marker-assisted detection of resistance genes has been used in various Fragaria –pathogen systems, including the following: locating the Rpc1 gene that provides

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Ana Fita, Néstor Tarín, Jaime Prohens and Adrián Rodríguez-Burruezo

Credit Transfer System (ECTS) credits given for one semester of the degrees in Technical Engineer in Horticulture and Gardening and Engineer in Agronomy at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Valencia, Spain (roughly corresponding to 60 h of teaching

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Noa K. Lincoln, Theodore Radovich, Kahealani Acosta, Eli Isele and Alyssa Cho

production potential of breadfruit, it remains underused and suffers from significant lack of research investment ( Lincoln et al., 2018 ; Ragone, 2007 ). Thus, substantial gains in breadfruit yield are probable with relatively little agronomic research and

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Jose A. Oliveira, Ana B. Monteagudo, Suleiman S. Bughrara, Jose L. Martínez, Ana Salas, Esther Novo-Uzal and Federico Pomar

plot module. Correlation between the matrices obtained with the AFLP markers and the agronomic and geographical (longitude and latitude in UTM units and altitude in meters above the sea level) matrices obtained by Oliveira et al. (2008) were estimated

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Oğuz Top, Cantuğ Bar, Bilal Ökmen, Duygu Yüce Özer, Dane Rusçuklu, Nilüfer Tamer, Anne Frary and Sami Doğanlar

on agronomically important traits of tomato such as fruit weight, color, shape, and disease resistance. Now that we know the genetic mechanisms of some of these phenotypic traits, it is possible to breed agricultural plants with more precision for

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Glenn A. Hardebeck, Ronald F. Turco, Richard Latin and Zachary J. Reicher

1 Professional assistant, Dept. of Agronomy. 2 Professor, Dept. of Agronomy. 3 Professor, Dept. of Botany. Purdue University Agricultural Experiment Station journal 17135.

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David Sotomayor-Ramírez, Miguel Oliveras-Berrocales and Linda Wessel-Beaver

evaluate the effect on agronomic indicators and yield of three fertilizer-N levels in onion and two fertilizer-N levels in tropical pumpkin, planted in rotation, and 2) to determine the influence of fertilizer-N rates in this rotation on residual soil NO 3

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M. Lenny Wells

yield for the corresponding year ( Pearce and Dobersek-Urbanc, 1967 ). Agronomic N use efficiency, defined as pecan yield per unit of N applied, was determined by dividing yield (kg·ha −1 ) by the total amount of fertilizer N applied (kg·ha −1 ) per

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Guo-Liang Jiang, Laban K. Rutto and Shuxin Ren

edamame cultivars adapted to the United States, in particular Virginia and similar environments ( Mebrahtu et al., 2005 ). The objective of this study was to evaluate the fresh edamame yield and related agronomic traits in locally bred soybean cultivars