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establishment year, we did not find differences in crown or root dry matter among treatments ( Table 2 ) in contrast to what was found in another study on blueberry ( Strik et al., 2014 ). We found that plants in grow tubes produced much more top growth (above

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effects among ions ( Shannon and Grieve, 1999 ). Salinity reduces production and quality in many crops by 1) intensifying plant water stress, as a direct consequence of lower ψ S in the soil or growing substrate, 2) increasing accumulation of ions to

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uptake for PO 4 -P is the highest among all nutrients. Further studies should compare the effects of CRF and LF on the nighttime PO 4 -P concentration in xylem exudates. Therefore, the differences in nutrient uptake between the CRF- and LF-treated plants

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’s honestly significant difference was used to perform post hoc comparisons; a significant difference was considered when P ≤ 0.05 according to the analysis of variance test. Results and Discussion Plant growth. There was no significant

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tip-to-tip and plant-to-plant variability were equal, a sample size of seven root tips was adequate to represent one plant. A second run of the modified procedure confirmed the first results. The differences in Fe 3+ reduction rates among selections

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period. No saucers were placed under potted plants in this second set and plants were irrigated by gently adding water on top of soil with a plastic beaker to avoid splash onto aboveground plant parts. Soil water potential was monitored in potted plants

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dry weight and leaf area of the plants among all treatments at 18 MAP ( Table 3 ). There was no difference in the increase in flower number of the plants among all treatments at 6 MAP ( Table 3 ). Twelve MAP, the increase in flower number of plants

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plants from Expt. 2 were shortest in MFL treated plants (2.0 cm) and longest in GA-treated plants (8.8 cm), but no significant differences were found among plants having received PCa1 or PBZ compared with the UTC. Table 2. Plant length, percent bolting

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coupled plasma spectrometry (Iris Intrepid II; Thermo Electron Corporation, Franklin, MA). Carbon analysis. The plants were dried in an oven at 65 °C until constant weight to determine the dry weight and to dry the samples of the different plant parts

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both plant survival and yield ( McGrath and Fox, 2009 ). As discussed previously, total weight of marketable fruit is not the sole criterion for selecting a bell pepper variety for fresh market production. While differences among commercial varieties

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