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Verónica Raga, Guillermo P. Bernet, Emilio A. Carbonell, and Maria J. Asins

; Ruiz et al., 1999 ; Walker et al., 1982 ). Cooper et al. (1956) classified citrus rootstocks into three groups: 1) good salt tolerance (‘Cleopatra’ mandarin Citrus reshni ); 2) medium salt tolerance [‘Volkamer’ lemon and sour orange ( Citrus

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Mundaya N. Jithesh, Owen S.D. Wally, Iain Manfield, Alan T. Critchley, David Hiltz, and Balakrishnan Prithiviraj

unraveling novel mechanisms and genes that regulate abiotic stress tolerance in plants in general. By using organic extracts of A. nodosum extract that impart salt tolerance in Arabidopsis, we have identified a pmei as a novel, negative regulator of NaCl

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Asmita Paudel, Ji Jhong Chen, Youping Sun, Yuxiang Wang, and Richard Anderson

tolerance by independent researchers. The salt tolerance of 18 Earth-Kind ® Rose cultivars was investigated, and it was concluded that ‘Belinda’s Dream’, ‘Climbing Pinkie’, ‘Mrs. Dudley Cross’, ‘Reve d’Or’, and ‘Sea Foam’ roses were salt-tolerant when

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James A. Poss, Walter B. Russell, Stacy A. Bonos, and Catherine M. Grieve

climates with supplemental irrigation. Kentucky bluegrass genotypes with increased salt tolerance would benefit many turf operations. Increased evaporative demand, however, can potentially lead to significant salt loading. Proper irrigation management and

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Kimberly Moore, Charles Wajsbrot, Cristina Burgart, and Luci Fisher

Most recommendations about salt tolerance state that plants have low, medium, or high salt tolerance. Salt tolerance can be assessed in terms of plant growth rate, which is appropriate for many plant species ( Munns, 2002 ). We expect to observe a

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Lifei Chen, Youping Sun, Genhua Niu, Qiang Liu, and James Altland

source for nursery crops in some areas, varies with location and rainfall ( Niu and Cabrera, 2010 ). Overuse of groundwater leads to decline of water table and increases salinity ( Smith et al., 2016 ). Therefore, information on salt tolerance of nursery

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Masoud Arghavani, Mohsen Kafi, Mesbah Babalar, Roohangiz Naderi, Md. Anamul Hoque, and Yoshiyoki Murata

stress. However, the adverse effects of high salinity were more pronounced when turf was treated by TE at 1.7 g/100 m 2 , suggesting that effects of TE on salt tolerance varied with its application rate and salinity levels. A relatively high TE

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Genhua Niu, Denise S. Rodriguez, Kevin Crosby, Daniel Leskovar, and John Jifon

overcome salinity problems is the introduction of salt-tolerant crops. However, limited information exists for salt tolerance of various horticultural crops, including chile peppers. Earlier studies classified pepper as moderately sensitive to salt stress

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Youping Sun, Genhua Niu, Joseph G. Masabni, and Girisha Ganjegunte

sources often contain high salt levels that are detrimental to many species. Salt damage depends on the levels of salts and the degree of salt tolerance of crops. Therefore, the use of alternative waters for irrigation requires an adequate understanding of

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Youping Sun, Genhua Niu, and Christina Perez

of reclaimed water is not a widely acceptable practice for irrigating nursery and landscape plants because of potential salt damage to sensitive plant species and lack of information on their salt tolerance. To enhance sustainable development and