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Mindy L. Bumgarner, K. Francis Salifu, Michael V. Mickelbart and Douglass F. Jacobs

precisely quantify fertilizer use efficiency among treatments. Literature Cited Baligar, V.C. Fageria, N.K. Elrashidi, M.A. 1998 Toxicity and nutrient constraints on root growth HortScience 33 960 965 Beeson, R.C. Knox, G.W. 1991 Analysis of efficiency of

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Khalid F. Almutairi, Rui M.A. Machado, David R. Bryla and Bernadine C. Strik

this stage to compensate for low fertilizer use efficiency ( Bryla and Strik, 2015 ). In July 2012, soil pH averaged 6.2–6.4 at 0–10 cm with increasing rates of S o chemigation and 5.5 with conventional prilled S o ( Fig. 3C ). In general, soil pH

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Martin M. Maboko and Christian P. Du Plooy

, especially micronutrients ( Kolota and Osińska, 2000 ). It results in better nutrient absorption by the plants, thus increasing fertilizer use efficiency ( Fernàndez and Eichert, 2009 ; Lester et al., 2006 ). The effect of foliar plant nutrition is highly

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Chad T. Miller, Neil S. Mattson and William B. Miller

can be irrigated at the same time and often with the push of a button. Subirrigation also has the potential to improve water and fertilizer use efficiency ( Dole et al., 1994 ; Holcomb et al., 1992 ; Uva et al., 1998 ) because the irrigation water is

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Luther C. Carson, Monica Ozores-Hampton, Kelly T. Morgan and Jerry B. Sartain

sandy soil J. Plant Nutr. 31 2214 2231 Sato, S. Morgan, K.T. Ozores-Hampton, M. Mahmoud, K. Simonne, E.H. 2012 Nutrient balance and fertilizer use efficiency in sandy soils cropped with tomatoes under seepage irrigation Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. J. 76 1867

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Luther C. Carson, Monica Ozores-Hampton, Kelly T. Morgan and Jerry B. Sartain

, E.H. 2012 Nutrient balance and fertilizer use efficiency in sandy soils cropped with tomatoes under seepage irrigation Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. J. 76 1867 1876 Sato, S. Morgan, K.T. Ozores-Hampton, M. Simonne, E.H. 2009 Spatial and temporal distribution

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Olya Rysin and Frank J. Louws

use efficiency, and yield improvements. The set of alternatives could consist of two options (nongrafted and grafted production systems) or it could be expanded to include other production alternatives such as varied spacing of grafted plants

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Maycon Diego Ribeiro, Rhuanito Soranz Ferrarezi and Roberto Testezlaf

disposal of nutrients and pesticides ( Montesano et al., 2010 ). This system can increase crop production through the higher water and fertilizer use efficiency, resulting in higher plant uniformity and anticipating the growth time ( Dumroese et al., 2006

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Yang Chen, Xianzhi Zhou, Yongsheng Lin and Lina Ma

simulation of “3414” fertilizer experiments J. Plant Nutr. Fert. 8 409 413 Wang, Y. Gao, Q. Feng, G. Yan, L. Li, C. Song, L.X. Liu, Z. Fang, J. 2018 N, P and K requirement and fertilizer use efficiencies of spring maize in Jilin Province J. Plant Nutr. Fert

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Jialin Yu, Nathan S. Boyd and Zhengfei Guan

plasticulture system has numerous benefits, including increased soil temperature, reduced soil evaporation, improved fertilizer-use efficiency, soil conservation, and weed suppression. All these factors combined promote crop growth and increase yield ( Anikwe et