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Milad El Riachy, Luis Rallo, Raúl de la Rosa and Lorenzo León

and statistical analysis. The experiment was conducted in a split-plot design with three crosses as the main factor and solarization/no solarization as the secondary factor. The experiment included eight blocks with six trees per subplot and 18 trees

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Ambani R. Mudau, Puffy Soundy, Hintsa T. Araya and Fhatuwani N. Mudau

and postharvest quality of baby spinach leaves. Materials and Methods Plant material and field experiment design The experiment was conducted at the Agricultural Research Council Vegetable and Ornamental Plant Institute situated about 25 km north of

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E. Ryan Harrelson, Greg D. Hoyt, John L. Havlin and David W. Monks

yields of marketable pumpkins. The objectives of these experiments were to evaluate the yield potential and fruit quality of no-till pumpkins for the Mountain region of North Carolina. The production practices evaluated were nitrogen (N) fertilizer

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Loutrina Staley, D.G. Mortley, C.K. Bonsi, A. Bovell-Benjamin and P. Gichuhi

content and DPPH activity of Amaranth, Celosia, Gboma, and Long Bean. Materials and Methods Experiments were conducted in a randomized complete block design with four × three factorial treatment arrangement and four replications. Each replication contained

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William C. Kreuser and Frank S. Rossi

device fitted with golf spikes designed to simulate 30,000 rounds of golf/year ( Cockerham and Brinkman, 1989 ). Liquid ammonium sulfate fertilizer was applied weekly at 10 kg nitrogen/ha throughout the growing season. Topdressing was applied monthly to

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Cinta Calvet, Amelia Camprubi, Ana Pérez-Hernández and Paulo Emilio Lovato

replicated experiment were analyzed as a factorial design, no significant differences ( P ≤ 0.05) between them could be detected. Therefore, 12 replications per inoculation treatment in a single experimental design were considered for statistical analysis in

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Fhatuwani N. Mudau, Puffy Soundy and Elsa S. du Toit

experiment arranged in randomized complete-block design for N, P, and K with four replications. During autumn, three levels of N were 300, 350, and 400 kg·ha −1 (N300, N350, and N400) due to poor growth rate of bush tea during autumn ( Mudau et al., 2005

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Liming Chen, Matthew Wallhead, Michael Reding, Leona Horst and Heping Zhu

spray volume by 57% at the full-foliage stage and 73% at the leafing stage of apple while remaining comparable spray deposition on target areas compared with a conventional constant-rate sprayer. In an experiment with multiple-row nursery trees

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Oliver Körner, Jesper Mazanti Aaslyng, Andrea Utoft Andreassen and Niels Holst

During the last 20 years, several dynamic temperature regimes were designed for greenhouse energy-saving (e.g., Aaslyng et al., 1999 ; Bailey, 1985 ; Bailey and Seginer, 1989 ; Buwalda et al., 1999 ; Körner and Challa, 2003a ; Seginer et al

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Raymond A. Cloyd and Amy Dickinson

Illinois Natural History Survey Insect Collection (#22896–22932, 32015–32021). The experiment was set up as a completely randomized design with seven replications per water volume treatment for each fungus gnat instar (second and third). We used a growing