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-tunnel systems at one location in Georgia. Afton et al. (2020) evaluated 45 varieties of lettuce at one location in Louisiana. Boyhan et al. (2020) compared 13 pepper ( Capsicum annuum ) varieties at one location in Georgia. Warren et al. (2015) studied 15

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with 16 plots managed as high input, and 16 managed as low input. Plots were planted in a 4-year crop rotation schedule that included green bean ( Phaseolus vulgaris ), lettuce ( Lactuca sativa ), pea ( Pisum sativum ), pepper ( Capsicum annuum

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( Capsicum sp.) were less chilling-sensitive than bell peppers ( Capsicum annuum ) ( Cantwell, 2009 ), and green bell peppers were more chilling-sensitive than ripe bell peppers ( Gonzales-Aguilar, 2014 ). In contrast, datil peppers harvested at green stage

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In 2019, US sales of edible and ornamental pepper ( Capsicum annuum ) plants for the home gardening market were valued at $38.5 million and $1.7 million, respectively [US Department of Agriculture ( USDA) 2020 ]. Edible pepper is followed only by

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reduced by the broad mite on both pepper [ Capsicum annuum ( Coss-Romero and Peña, 1998 )] and cucumber [ Cucumis sativus ( Grinberg et al., 2005 )] in association with leaf-curling symptoms. A review by Gerson (1992) listed 55 dicotyledonous species

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does not involve polyethylene mulch, which is different from bell pepper ( Capsicum annuum ) production in other regions of the United States ( Dittmar et al. 2022 ). Chile pepper is a difficult crop to grow, in part, because maximum yield potential

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2004 ( Warnick et al., 2006 ). Fresh market vegetables that are grown mainly on plastic mulch include bell pepper ( Capsicum annuum ), muskmelon ( Cucumis melo ), eggplant ( Solanum melongena ), slicing cucumber ( Cucumis sativus ), summer squash

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ornamental pepper ( Capsicum annuum ) during the reproductive stage ( Henry, 2017 ). After the student research reports, Dr. Teresita Amore (University of Hawaii at Manoa) shared insight on two programs she was engaged in for promoting floriculture. The first

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% in cabbage ( Brassica oleracea var. capitata ). Purple nutsedge density up to 200 plants/m 2 is directly proportional to the shoot dry weight and fruit yield loss in tomato and pepper ( Capsicum annuum ) ( Morales-Payan et al., 1997 ; William and

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polyethylene-mulched tomato ( Lycopersicon esculentum ), pepper ( Capsicum annuum ), strawberry ( Fragaria × ananassa ), cucurbits, cut flowers, and other commodities. Although a great deal of progress has been achieved in this field, currently there is no a

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