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Shelley E. Mitchell and Justin Q. Moss

academy (comments stated by participants during activities) and after the academy, through emails and social media posts by the attendees and their parents. Follow-up. The OSRHE maintains a database of all summer academy participants and keeps track of

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

limiting in greenhouse media as pH rises ( Nelson, 1994 ). In addition to high substrate pH, another potential cause of Fe deficiency is poor root system growth attributable to disease, poor substrate aeration, and excessive watering ( Nelson, 1994 ). Many

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Tina Bringslimark, Terry Hartig and Grete Grindal Patil

.g., noise, temperature, lighting, air quality); psychosocial factors (job demands, control at work, and social support from coworkers); and basic personal characteristics (age and gender) that plausibly influence levels of the workplace factors under study

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Bridget K. Behe, Benjamin L. Campbell, Charles R. Hall, Hayk Khachatryan, Jennifer H. Dennis and Chengyan Yue

mobile communications industry with a surge of smartphone use as means of navigating through rapidly increasing cross-platform social networking and digital media consumption through these networks. Survey data supported two of the three hypotheses tested

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Coleman L. Etheredge, Tina M. Waliczek and Jayne M. Zajicek

created using Survey Monkey (Palo Alto, CA) and posted for 4 months on social media websites and spread through word of mouth. An identical paper-pencil formatted survey was distributed to church, garden, and social and community service groups within

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William D. Wheeler, Paul Thomas, Marc van Iersel and Matthew Chappell

loosely filled with commercially available peat-perlite–based growing media (Metro-Mix 360; Sun Gro Horticulture, Agawam, MA). Irrigation control and environmental data. Control treatments for all trials were based on historic irrigation practices used by

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Rosa E. Raudales, Tracy A. Irani, Charles R. Hall and Paul R. Fisher

, chemical, physical, social, and economic factors that characterize greenhouse and nursery operations. All these possible factors make it difficult for growers to select a technology that best fits their operation. Horticulture growers are willing to adopt

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Roland Ebel and Clinton C. Shock

administration proficiency Language skills (if required) Knowledge of the philosophy and history of her/his organization Understanding of the broader political, social, and cultural context of the community Understanding of the local and national economy

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Danielle E. Hammond, Amy L. McFarland, Jayne M. Zajicek and Tina M. Waliczek

statistics 19 Feb. 2011 < >. Beets, M.W. Vogel, R. Chapman, S. Pitetti, K.H. Cardinal, B.J. 2007 Parent's social support for children's outdoor physical activity: Do weekdays and weekends matter

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Kevin Ong, Madalyn Shires, Holly Jarvis Whitaker, Jennifer Olson, Joseph LaForest and David H. Byrne

information via fact sheets and research progress reports via social media. A rose rosette e-learning module, which provides information about symptomatology and best management practices, has been developed and was deployed with the launch of the roserosette