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Sven Verlinden, Louis McDonald, James Kotcon and Silas Childs

and manure applications, cover crops and green manures, and crop rotations. In general, limiting tillage, judicious application of compost and green manures, the use of cover crops and green manures, and crop rotations have all shown beneficial effects

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Lantian Du, Baojian Huang, Nanshan Du, Shirong Guo, Sheng Shu and Jin Sun

between different crops are considered to be the major safe and effective measures for alleviating soil sickness. In particular, appropriate crop rotations and intercropping, mixed intercropping, and relay intercropping are the most simple and effective

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unheated high tunnels in the northeastern U.S. Adding a layer of rowcover greatly improved plant survival. This specialty crop offers potential for crop rotation with summer-planted high tunnel crops. School Gardens Impact the Health of Hispanic Children

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high tunnels to the more common open-field method. They report that high tunnel slip production may provide growers a viable opportunity for diversifying crop rotations and managing their own sweetpotato production schedule without compromising root

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Elsa Sánchez, William J. Lamont Jr and Michael D. Orzolek

.D. Phillips, D.V. 2006 Effect of crop rotation on take-all of wheat in double-cropping systems Plant Dis. 90 1161 1166 Grassbaugh, E.M. Regnier, E.E. Bennett, M.A. 2004 Comparison of organic and inorganic mulches for heirloom tomato production Acta Hort. 638

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Russell W. Wallace and John C. Hodges

crops and landscape use. Crop rotation can be a useful tool for integrated weed management, especially against perennial weeds like nutsedge ( Warren and Coble, 1999 ). However, canna production is most successful on sandy soils, which are ideal for

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Samuel Y.C. Essah, Jorge A. Delgado, Merlin Dillon and Richard Sparks

Effects of crop rotation on some soil-borne pathogens of potato Can. J. Plant Sci. 52 605 611 Essah, S.Y.C. Delgado, J.A. 2009 Nitrogen management for maximizing tuber yield, quality and environmental conservation, p. 307–315. In: E.Y. Yanful (ed

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Meredith V. Melendez, Joseph R. Heckman, Stephanie Murphy and Frank D’Amico

on relatively small acreages with complex crop rotations. The objectives of this study were to evaluate the use of three commonly used copper fungicides on 15 farms and the resulting soil copper levels and to assess the impacts of these copper levels

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Kate A. Ivancic, Matthew D. Ruark, Francisco J. Arriaga and Erin M. Silva

drying and warming in the spring) and crop rotations that allow for a later planting date of the main crop (e.g., crops that are harvested within 90 d of planting). The Central Sand Plains of Wisconsin is a landscape in which spring-seeded green manures

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Catarina Saude, Alan McKeown, Bruce D. Gossen and Mary Ruth McDonald

crop rotations or get access to noninfested land. This has contributed to the buildup of the pathogen over time ( McDonald and Westerveld, 2008 ). P. brassicae survives in the absence of hosts as long-lived resting spores in the soil ( Dixon, 1996