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Christopher D. Ryan, J. Bryan Unruh, Kevin E. Kenworthy, Alexa J. Lamm, John E. Erickson and Laurie E. Trenholm

locate where power is produced. Systems and individuals involved in this power production must take key interest. This power production is not only in the form of legal regulation, but takes form in spoken (marketing, extension, media) and unspoken social

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Christine E.H. Coker, Gary Bachman, Chris Boyd, Pamela B. Blanchard, Ed Bush and Mengmeng Gu

are in themselves science-oriented and thus must be taught within the science curriculum. Surveys of environmental studies programs found that over 60% were taught by science faculty and 30% were taught by social studies faculty ( Pettus and Schwab

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Virginia I. Lohr

from learning via news media, university outreach, professional organizations, or government programs. Table 2. Washington State wholesale nursery industry representatives’ agreement that “planting more than 10% of the same plant species in a region

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Maria Papafotiou, Niki Pergialioti, Lamprini Tassoula, Ioannis Massas and Georgios Kargas

and Day 5 for shallow and deep substrates, respectively. Substrate moisture tests were carried out until 15 July. From 15 July automatic drip irrigation on the surface of the media started. Irrigation was applied before sunrise by two drippers placed

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Carter M. Westerhold, Samuel Wortman, Kim Todd and Douglas Golick

, the survey was posted on social media and shared through newsletters or by e-mail by the landscape associations of California, Texas, Iowa, New York, Minnesota, Oregon, and Nebraska; the Association of Professional Landscape Designers; American

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Mark L. Gleason, Amy Wang Wong, Donald R. Lewis, Luis Felipe Arauz Cavallini, Barbara C. Clawson, Kevin R. Duerfeldt, Hayley M. Nelson and Gail R. Nonnecke

continually expanding network of alumni helps visiting students feel comfortable and welcomed by a peer group from the other country. Many international friendships result and are sustained by social media and subsequent visits. An additional advantage of the

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Michael W. Olszewski, Marion H. Holmes and Courtney A. Young

, microbial, and social benefits ( Friedrich, 2005 ). A maximum of 15% ( Rowe et al., 2006 ) or 0% to 25% ( Friedrich, 2005 ) organic matter content (by volume) is recommended for green roof substrates, although there are few research reports of compost

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Stefan Sutherin, Kevin Lombard and Rolston St. Hilaire

benefit through increased sales, which explains their enthusiasm for Southwest Plant Selector. We planned seasonal promotional events for the app. For this type of app, promotion activities can include press releases, social media, online review services

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Sheri Dorn, Milton G. Newberry III, Ellen M. Bauske and Svoboda V. Pennisi

gardener social media needs: A national study. J. Ext. 54(2):2FEA5. 23 June 2017. < https://joe.org/joe/2016april/a5.php > Warner, J.C. 1978 A survey study of the master gardener, a Cooperative Extension Service program. Ohio State Univ., Columbus, OH, MS

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Coleman L. Etheredge, Tina M. Waliczek and Pratheesh Omana Sudhakaran

teaching the course act as the benchmark to determine student success. Examples of objectives include learning production methods of crops within a greenhouse, media selection, irrigation options and design, pest identification and management, the use of