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Ricardo González-Ponce, Esther G. López-de-Sá and César Plaza

, positive agronomic results in terms of yields and P uptake have been reported for chickpea ( Cicer arietinum L.) ( Ghosh et al., 1996 ), lupin ( Lupinus albus L.) ( González-Ponce and García-Lòpez-de-Sá, 2008 ), and ryegrass ( Lolium perenne L

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Daniel T. Lloyd, Douglas J. Soldat and John C. Stier

potential disconnect between environmental interests and perceived agronomic benefits through the often emphasized practice of late-fall N fertilization. Much of the research performed on late-fall N fertilization was performed in field settings, which may

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Iban Eduardo, Pere Arús, Antonio José Monforte, Javier Obando, Juan Pablo Fernández-Trujillo, Juan Antonio Martínez, Antonio Luís Alarcón, Jose María Álvarez and Esther van der Knaap

; Stepansky et al., 1999 ). Even though 162 major genes controlling different aspects of melon biology have been described ( Pitrat, 2002 ), most of them have not been mapped. In addition, the genetic inheritance of most important agronomic traits is largely

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Marjorie Reyes-Diaz, Miren Alberdi and Maria de la Luz Mora

( Hede et al., 2001 ). Aluminum toxicity is a major agronomic problem in acid soils. Acid soils may account for as much as 50% of the world's potentially arable land ( Dahlgren et al., 2004 ). This problem is exacerbated by the current extensive use of

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Chiara Cirillo, Youssef Rouphael, Rosanna Caputo, Giampaolo Raimondi and Stefania De Pascale

). For all these reasons, understanding agronomical and physiological responses of flowering plants to water management is critical for optimizing the production in pots of high-quality ornamentals. Water-saving irrigation management strategies are among

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Elizabeth E. Rogers and Craig A. Ledbetter

yield loss in commercial almond plantings. Our results here indicate that any Prunus hybrid of potential agronomic importance should be tested on an individual basis to determine its degree of susceptibility to X. fastidiosa. Literature Cited Almeida

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Scott B. Lukas, Joseph DeFrank, Orville C. Baldos and Ruijun Qin

imposes hardships during agronomic production and restoration. Classification systems define five classes of seed dormancy: physiological dormancy (PD), morphological dormancy, morphophysiological dormancy (MPD), physical dormancy (PY), and combinational

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George Gizas, Ioannis Tsirogiannis, Maria Bakea, Nikolaos Mantzos and Dimitrios Savvas

materials improves the physical properties and the agronomic performance of the obtained blend. As a contribution to the use of Posidonia residues in horticulture, the present research was aimed at determining the physical and hydraulic properties and

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Xi Li, Dongqin Tang and Yimin Shi

present investigation, 20 important ornamental morphological and agronomic characters had been measured to evaluate the genetic variability of the hybrids and relatedness with their parents ( Tables 2 and 3 ). The reciprocal populations exhibited wide

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Jiuxing Lu, Weiru Yang and Qixiang Zhang

provides valuable information to improve the economic, agronomic, and ecological properties of mei and other Rosaceae fruit trees. Literature Cited Achard, P. Herr, A. Baulcombe, D.C. Harberd, N.P. 2004 Modulation of floral development by a gibberellin