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of the handcrafted subirrigation system evaluated in a commercial greenhouse facility for clonal eucalyptus seedling production: (a) water supply, (b) outlet holes to avoid debris obstruction, (c) ebb-and-flow benches, and (d) drain trough. Fig. 2

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cytoplasmic debris, and the chromosome morphology was excellent, allowing for clear visualization of non-distorted chromosomes. All chromosomes of C. obcordata could easily be separated from each other with essentially no overlap ( Fig. 3 ). Well

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for 10 min to pellet large debris. One milliliter of supernatant was transferred to a microcentrifuge tube and centrifuged for 5 min at 13,000 g n to pellet smaller debris. Juice was filtered through 0.20-μm nylon membranes (Millipore, Bedford, MA

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st. augustinegrass ( Stenotaphrum secundatum ) clippings in Brevard County, FL, Strynchuk et al. (2004) determined that quick removal of street organic debris is needed to avoid the rapid loss of pollutants from the debris. Phosphorus from leaf

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by one or two people on a calm, dry day using a series of folds that are in reverse order of application. Dry tarps free of plant and soil debris can be stored for many years if kept out of the sun. Rodents are attracted to loosely piled tarps and can

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on waterproof trays and scanned using a specialized Dual Scan optical scanner (Regent Instruments Inc., Quebec, Canada). The acquisition and image analysis software was WinRHIZO Pro (Version 2009c; Regent Instruments Inc.). Debris removal among

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found in the Puyallup series. The site is level, receives full sun, and has no barriers to root penetration. It was cropped to field corn for several years before 2001. Organic amendments. Yard debris compost was received from a local commercial

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Texas wild rice was noted by Emery in the 1960s. Emery (1967) cited several factors thought to have probable effect on the rapid decline of TWR in the upper portion of the San Marcos River, including river bottom dredging, floating vegetative debris

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quality based on USDA standards ( USDA, AMS, 1958 , 1989 , 1992 ). After the last harvest, plant debris was mowed. After 3 weeks, the debris was tilled under and soil samples from each fertilizer treatment and each crop were obtained as described

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reduces solid waste production and the subsequent need for disposal. Alternative components include various composted materials ( Carlile, 2008 ; Corti et al., 1998 ) using feedstocks such as yard debris and pruning waste, animal manures, biosolids

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