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Sanjeev K. Bangarwa, Jason K. Norsworthy and Edward E. Gbur

reduced (1/2×) and full (1×) application rates in a polyethylene-mulched production system. Materials and methods Experiments were conducted in 2006 at Clemson, SC, and in 2007 at Fayetteville, AR. The predominant soil type at both sites was a silt loam

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Mohammed B. Tahboub, William C. Lindemann and Leigh Murray

year, and significantly increased both leaf petiole and soil nitrate levels by the third year ( Holtz et al., 2004 ). The initial immobilization of soil inorganic N in the first year could be partially explained by the high wood chip application rate

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Ugur Bilgili, F. Olcay Topac-Sagban, Irfan Surer, Nejla Caliskan, Pervin Uzun and Esvet Acikgoz

indicated that the sludge applications significantly increased the turfgrass establishment rate and color ( Tesfamariam et al., 2009 ). The objectives of the present study were to 1) determine the effects of the rate and timing of SDS applications on

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Anish Malladi, Tripti Vashisth and Lisa Klima Johnson

trend of decrease in FDF was observed in response to the ethephon treatments. The decrease in FDF was greatest at the 750 mg·L −1 rate of application (≈21%). Table 1. Effects of ethephon application on fruit detachment in the rabbiteye blueberry

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Matthew D. Jeffries, Travis W. Gannon, W. Casey Reynolds, Fred H. Yelverton and Charles A. Silcox

using a 0.9-m drop spreader at rates including 291, 291 kg·ha −1 fb 291, 468, and 583 kg·ha −1 ( Table 1 ). After the initial dazomet application was performed, various tillage, rolling, irrigation, and tarping combinations were performed at prescribed

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Duane W. Greene, Alan N. Lakso, Terence L. Robinson and Phillip Schwallier

when fruit size was generally greater than 20 mm. At intervals after application, they rated starch content, cellulose activity and quantified respiration rate, water potential, and growth rate. From this and other studies, they concluded that daily

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Michael F. Polozola II, Daniel E. Wells, J. Raymond Kessler, Wheeler G. Foshee, Amy N. Wright and Bryan S. Wilkins

3670 kg·ha −1 (3274 lb/ac) ( Smith and Cheary, 2013 ) to 14,985 kg·ha −1 (13,369 lb/ac) P per year ( Worley, 2002 ). Broadcast applications at extremely high rates should be discouraged due to potential environmental contamination. Previous research

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Jongtae Lee

herbicides are not allowed and application rates of mineral fertilizers are restricted legally in Korea. N, P, and K application rates for onion production are recommended as 240, 34, and 128 kg·ha −1 , respectively, where 67% of N and 60% of K fertilizer are

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Duane W. Greene

[tree row volume dilute (TRV)] that is necessary for a dilute application. Once the application rate is determined, the label suggests that ProCa may be applied in a convenient and reduced amount of water, but this leads to the possibility of applying

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Yuanshuo Qu, Ryan M. Daddio, Patrick E. McCullough, Stacy A. Bonos and William A. Meyer

over experiments for further analysis. Data analysis. Dry weight data collected at 8 WAG were subject to analysis of variance (ANOVA) in R version 3.3.2, with dry weight at 8 WAG as the dependent variable; and methiozolin rate, application timing