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), black vine weevils ( Doss and Shanks, 1987 ; Shanks et al., 1984 ), spider mites ( Shanks and Moore, 1995 ; Shanks et al., 1995 ), nematodes ( Pinkerton and Finn, 2005 ), foliar diseases ( Luffman and Macdonald, 1993 ), physiological characteristics

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outer and center whorls. The flower types include an incurved form (petal tips curved inward), reflexed form (opposite of incurved), decorative form (outer ray florets longer than the center florets, disk florets hidden), and spider form (ray florets are

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Phalaenopsis , indigenous to tropical regions spanning from Asia to Australia, boasts more than 70 native species categorized into four subgenera, some of which exhibit aromatic traits ( Hsiao et al. 2008a ). Renowned for its captivating flower

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plant height, good performance and flowering, and no fruiting. R13-5-3 has purple flowers, R16-1-1 has red-purple flowers, and R15-24-17 has a new flower color for Ruellia , which is white corolla with red-purple throat. Origin and Ploidy Levels The

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many; yield moderate to high, 1,150 g/plant; flowers at to above canopy, fruiting trusses prostrate; susceptibility to powdery mildew, Botrytis fruit rot ( Botrytis cinerea ) and two-spotted spider mite ( Tetranychus urticae ) moderate; susceptible to

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number adequate, 16/plant; yield medium-high, 1,057 g/plant; growth habit erect, open; flowers above canopy, fruiting trusses prostrate; tolerant to two-spotted spider mite; moderately tolerant to common leaf spot and powdery mildew. Malga. Dayneutral

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margins are crenate, and the attitude of hairs on the petiole is strongly outward. Stipule anthocyanin coloration is absent or very weak. The compact plant habit and relatively long and stiff pedicels result in many flowers and fruit that are exposed. This

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The Japanese beetle is an economically important pest to growers, landscape managers, and homeowners who rely on insecticides to manage the adult beetle and its grubs. Adults feed on foliage, fruits, or flowers of >300 species of wild and cultivated

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exhibits remarkable characteristics in terms of flower color, flower shape, and leaf emergence type. In particular, this genus of plants blooms without leaves, so it is also known as spider lily, magic flower, etc ( Knox 2006 ). The natural flowering period

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below average), endured average temperatures of 47 °F in January and 90 °F in June (6 and 3 °F above average, respectively) ( O’Neill et al., 2018 ), and experienced spider mite infestation. Hops are generally dioecious, with female plants selected for

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