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as a flat bed) as main plots, two types and rates of fertilizer [feather meal (Nature Safe, Cold Spring, KY) and fish emulsion (Fish Agra, Northeast Organics Inc., Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA) each applied at a rate of 29 and 57 kg·ha −1 N] as subplots

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child looking through a picture frame subtitled “Stewardship for our Future,” and mentions cover crops three times and highlights them in two photographs. To my knowledge, this was the first time “cover crop” or “soil health” has been mentioned in a crop

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dissolved P from the manure fertilizer was found to be 44% less than the runoff from the inorganic fertilizer at equal P application rates in turfgrass plots. This was thought to be because of the less soluble and less transportable nature of manure

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2005 ; Wu et al., 2014 ). The highly accurate and highly sensitive nature of this interaction is a key feature of the technology, making it robust for the differentiation of highly similar sequences, even down to single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs

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household had at least one wage earner. The average number of household members aged 64 years or older was 0.4, and the average age of the oldest child was 6 to 11 years. The average education level was high school or equivalent (less than a bachelor

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production practices at Murray State University for growing chrysanthemums. Designing a Memorial Garden for the Riley Child Development Center Emphasizing Education Susannah Horton*, and Mary T. Haque, Department of Horticulture, Clemson University

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, and a master plan with detail drawings, plant list, plan view, and section drawings. Norman F. Childers MS Graduate Student Paper Competition Determination of Quercus Series Virentes Heredity in Texas Adam L. Purnell*, Cynthia McKenney

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Garden will reinforce the “from farm to table” connection and educate the public on the benefits of locally grown produce. Norman F. Childers MS Graduate Student Paper Competition Changes in Edible Quality and Aroma Profile of ‘Arkin’ Carambola During

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production, Perdue 4-2-3, and Nature Safe 8-5-5, and two sources of inorganic fertilizer, CaNO 3 (15.5-0-0) and NH 4 SO 4 (21-0-0), were added at the same concentration of N-P 2 O-K 2 O. Treatments were analyzed over 7 weeks for plant available nitrogen in

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