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Chad E. Finn, Jorge B. Retamales, Gustavo A. Lobos and James F. Hancock

relatively evenly spaced in all directions, as might be found in Ecuador today, to systems very comparable to traditional matted row systems ( Finn et al., 1998 ). Researchers are exploring whether improvements in irrigation, fertilization, pest control, or

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Michele R. Warmund

result of their small size and milky white coloration within chestnut buds with densely matted trichomes. After budbreak, D. kuriphilus -induced stem, petiole, and leaf galls ( Fig. 1 ) are visible. These galls provide nutrients and shelter for the

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Bernadine C. Strik, Gil Buller and Julie M. Tarara

., 1993 ), unless otherwise indicated below. Douglas fir ( Pseudotsuga menziesii M.) sawdust (91% of particles less than 4 mm) amendment was incorporated (approximate depth of 9 cm and 1.2 m wide, centered on the row) into the top 0.15 to 0.25 m of soil

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Thomas G. Bottoms, Mark P. Bolda, Mark L. Gaskell and Timothy K. Hartz

nutrient diagnosis of Valencia oranges J. Plant Nutr. 10 1401 1408 Black, B.L. Hokanson, S.C. Lewers, K.S. 2005 Fruit nitrogen content of sixteen strawberry genotypes grown in an advanced matted row production system HortScience 40 1190 1193 Caldwell, J

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Jayesh B. Samtani, Curt R. Rom, Heather Friedrich, Steven A. Fennimore, Chad E. Finn, Andrew Petran, Russell W. Wallace, Marvin P. Pritts, Gina Fernandez, Carlene A. Chase, Chieri Kubota and Brad Bergefurd

to promote water-use efficiency and reduce disease pressure in the canopy. AHP has replaced older technology such as perennial matted row (PMR) production in many regions of the United States, and nearly all berry supply by volume comes from AHP

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Rebecca M. Harbut, J. Alan Sullivan, John T.A. Proctor and Harry J. Swartz

−1 ( Cameron and Hartley, 1990 ), so the higher LSP and NCERs observed in the hybrids allows better use of light energy available under maximum intensity conditions. Low-light adaptability can be advantageous to strawberries grown in a matted row

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Sam E. Wortman, Ignatius Kadoma and Michael D. Crandall

-season vegetable crops Can. J. Plant Sci. 90 737 743 Weber, C.A. 2003 Biodegradable mulch films for weed suppression in the establishment year of matted-row strawberries HortTechnology 13 665 668 Wien, H.C. 2009 Microenvironmental variations within the high tunnel

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Claudia Negrón, Loreto Contador, Bruce D. Lampinen, Samuel G. Metcalf, Theodore M. DeJong, Yann Guédon and Evelyne Costes

in 2006 and located near Sutter (lat. 39°09′ N, long.121°45′ W) in California’s Central Valley. This orchard had three cultivars (Nonpareil, Aldrich, and Winters). Every cultivar was planted in rows oriented north to south, where a ‘Nonpareil’ row had

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). Reducing Tillage in an Organic Vegetable System: In-row Weed Control and Fertility Management Sara Rostampour* 1 , Anusuya Rangarajan 1 , Charles Mohler 2 , and Antonio DiTommaso 2 ; 1 134A Plant Science Building, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853; 2

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Chrislyn Ann Particka and James F. Hancock

( Chen and Rich, 1962 ). LaMondia and Martin (1989) found that the severity of R. fragariae infection is raised as a result of infestation by P. penetrans . No completely effective chemical control measures have been identified for BRR in matted