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James E. Altland and Jennifer K. Boldt

nutrient concentration of irrigation water passing through the mulch layer, and subsequently how this affects substrate and plant nutrition. Materials and Methods Direct measurement of filtrates. Two-piece, PVC Buchner funnels (13.1 cm i.d., 6.6 cm tall

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Babak Madani, Marisa Wall, Amin Mirshekari, Alagie Bah and Mahmud Tengku Muda Mohamed

concentrations of Ca, sprayed to the fruit and leaves, on papaya nutrient concentrations, plant growth, and fruit quality in a Malaysian environment. Material and methods Net house trial. Seeds of ‘Eksotika II’ were obtained from the MARDI and germinated in 25

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W. Garrett Owen

.1) kg·m –3 HL. Whereas these studies report the influence of lime/substrate pH on leaf tissue nutrient concentrations, Andrews and Hammer (2006) reported the influence of increasing limestone incorporation concentrations from 0 to 11.9 kg·m –3 DL or

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Christopher J. Currey and Roberto G. Lopez

Agriculture, 2012 ). Unrooted cuttings received in the United States generally have tissue nutrient concentrations within published, recommended ranges on receipt ( Gibson et al., 2007 ; Santos et al., 2011a ). However, during the propagation phase of

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Emily K. Dixon, Bernadine C. Strik and David R. Bryla

different ( P > 0.05). Primocane leaf nutrient concentration. ‘Marion’ had higher concentrations of N, P, S, and Zn in the primocane leaves than ‘Black Diamond’ in 2013 ( Table 4 ), as well as higher concentrations of Ca, Mg, and B the following year

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Michael V. Mickelbart

( Snyder and Struve, 1997 ). The goal of this study was to determine the differences in leaf characteristics and nutrient concentrations resulting from position (north, south, east, and west directions) and age (early-season versus late-season leaves

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Bernadine C. Strik and Amanda J. Vance

cultivar on nutrient allocation to fruit, as it is hypothesized that high yield and or fruiting season may affect leaf nutrient concentration. Materials and Methods Study sites. The study was conducted at two mature northern highbush blueberry sites

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Bernadine C. Strik and Amanda J. Vance

cultivars in leaf nutrient levels and speculated that this was because of their similar parentage. The objective of this study was to evaluate the impact of sample date on primocane leaf nutrient concentration in trailing, erect, and semierect blackberry

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Martin M. Maboko and Christian P. Du Plooy

The management of total nutrient concentration (NC) applied through fertigation is an important aspect for successful vegetable production in hydroponic systems to maximize yield and quality of produce. However, too high levels of NC increase input

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Salvatore Campisi-Pinto, Yusheng Zheng, Philippe E. Rolshausen, David E. Crowley, Ben Faber, Gary Bender, Mary Bianchi, Toan Khuong and Carol J. Lovatt

Hemisphere). Avocado ONCRs based on leaves collected at this time identify tissue nutrient concentrations above and below which yields might be anticipated to decline to a commercially unacceptable level and are used to guide replacement fertilization to