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major flush during late Jan. 2005 (approaching a mean of 10 shoots per sample), apparently in response to extensive defoliation incited by Hurricanes Francis (4 Sept. 2004) and Jeanne (25 Sept. 2004) and in conjunction with favorable weather conditions

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recorded in 2006 as a result of the effect of two hurricanes occurring during the later part of the summer of 2005, causing a total loss of fruiting the next year and the loss of several trees throughout the plots. Genetic material. Maternal half

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leaf. Whitefly counts were performed early during the season because of the presence of hurricane Sally, which resulted in heavy rainfall in early September and ended by 18 Sept. 2020. The whitefly population did not recover after hurricane Sally or

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, there was no statistical difference between preharvest fruit drop for any of the pruning treatments; however, fruit drop percentage was higher as compared with previous years, most likely due to the effect of Hurricane Irma that passed over the trial

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. 1940, a sudden drop in temperature occurred while trees were actively growing ( Campbell, 2004 ). The extensive damage caused by this event, combined with frequent freezes and hurricanes plus a world war, all but eliminated the satsuma industry on the

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that the coefficient for the 2004 season is the highest in both equations likely reflecting the effects of the hurricanes in Florida during that season on shipments of Texas oranges and grapefruit. All estimated own-price elasticities for both

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freezes and/or hurricanes. To the extent that prices and yield are a natural hedge, and taking into account that the main purpose of this analysis is to illustrate the profitability of different planting densities, we consider this assumption to be

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.8 μm, filtering was necessary to prevent potential damage to analytical instruments. As a result of hurricanes affecting the experiment in 2004, plants were moved into a glass-covered greenhouse during Week 3 and for several days during both Week 4 and

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average annual precipitation of 46.6 inches. The area experiences occasional droughts, hurricanes, and tropical storms, with temperatures as low as −9 °F and as high as 105 °F. Length of day varies between 9 h and 44 min on 21 Dec., and 14 h and 35 min on

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probability for hurricanes and tropical storms to land in Florida during La Niña years than during El Niño years. Table 2. Average relative precipitation residuals, defined as the ratio of residuals to expected precipitation amounts during different El Niño

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