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Michele R. Warmund, David H. Trinklein, Mark R. Ellersieck, and Reid J. Smeda

and 2,4-D. Thus, solutions to mitigate injury concerns associated with off-target movement of these herbicides are needed for sensitive crops. One potential solution is the application of film-forming antitranspirant products. These antitranspirants

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Ved Parkash and Sukhbir Singh

detrimental effects on plant physiology, growth, and yield. Therefore, to mitigate the effects of salinity stress, it is imperative to adopt practices that have the potential to remove excess soluble salts and/or exchangeable Na from the soil solution

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Soo-Hyung Kim and Bert Cregg

-term climate adaptations, are likely to include selecting appropriate cultivars or species, adopting cultural practices for reducing crop environmental stress, and exploring novel tools and approaches for mitigating plant stress in a changing climate. In

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Lu Gan, Xunzhong Zhang, Silu Liu, and Shuxia Yin

Wani et al., 2013 ). It has been reported that these mitigations of GB pretreatment attributed to the wheat seedlings in the oxidation reaction under drought stress ( He et al., 2011 ). GB is thought to play an adaptive role in stressed plants, but it

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S. Christopher Marble, Stephen A. Prior, G. Brett Runion, H. Allen Torbert, Charles H. Gilliam, and Glenn B. Fain

explore GHG mitigation and sequestration possibilities in ornamental horticulture production. We focus on three aspects: 1) media used in container-grown plant production; 2) fertilization practices; and 3) the ability of ornamental species to sequester C

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Toshiki Asao, Hiroaki Kitazawa, Takuya Ban, M. Habibur Rahman Pramanik, and Kenzi Tokumasa

mitigate autotoxicity in the hydroponic cultivation of strawberry. In this study, the effects of ED treatment of used nutrient solution or benzoic acid solution on the growth and yield of strawberry plants were investigated. Materials and Methods

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Claire Woodward, Lee Hansen, Fleur Beckwith, Regina S. Redman, and Rusty J. Rodriguez

addition, water recycling, salt water intrusion of aquifers, and increased frequency and severity of storms are increasing the salinization of soils. We propose a symbiogenic strategy for mitigating the impacts of abiotic stress in agriculture based on

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Heather L. Papinchak, E. Jay Holcomb, Teodora Orendovici Best, and Dennis R. Decoteau

, 1986 ). Because ozone was not one of the indoor air pollutants evaluated in the previous study ( Wolverton, 1984 ) and it is an important indoor air pollutant for which mitigation methods are limited, the objective of the current study was to determine

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Nathan J. Eylands, Michael R. Evans, and Angela M. Shaw

production, but further disinfestation measures will help safeguard a crop to be free of microbial pathogens like E. coli. Current techniques used to mitigate microbial pathogens can be effective but have cost and complexity limitations that prohibit their

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Cristhian Camilo Chávez-Arias, Sandra Gómez-Caro, and Hermann Restrepo-Díaz

. The use of synthetic elicitors can be considered an effective tool to mitigate the negative effects generated by abiotic and biotic stresses in plants ( Llorens et al., 2017 ; Naik and Al-Khayri, 2016 ). Elicitors are chemical compounds that can be