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Stephanie J. Walker and Paul A. Funk

increase in demand mirrored an increase in production in New Mexico. Chile acreage in New Mexico peaked in 1992 when more than 34,000 acres were harvested ( Hall and Skaggs, 2003 ). The implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1994 had

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Bridget K. Behe, Benjamin L. Campbell, Charles R. Hall, Hayk Khachatryan, Jennifer H. Dennis, and Chengyan Yue

States and Canada since the adoption of North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), it is essential for producers and retailers to understand if these consumers have differing use patterns of mobile technology as it relates to searching and purchasing

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J. Alberto García-Salazar, Rhonda K. Skaggs, and Terry L. Crawford

climate and growing conditions, and reduced trade barriers as a result of the North American Free Trade Agreement have led to Mexico's dominant position in the U.S. market for traditionally off-season produce. Mexican exporters of many fruit and vegetable

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Keri D. Jones, Sandra M. Reed, and Timothy A. Rinehart

n = 2 x = 30 in H. involucrata Sieb. to 2n = 4 x = 72 or 2 n = 6 x = 108 in H. paniculata Sieb. ( Funamoto and Tanaka, 1988 ). Asiatic species have significantly larger genomes than North and South American species ( Cerbah et al., 2001

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Tyler G. Berkey, Anna Katharine Mansfield, Steven D. Lerch, James M. Meyers, and Justine E. Vanden Heuvel

York, Ontario, Canada, and numerous other locations in eastern North America. However, one major detriment of ‘Seyval Blanc’ is that it has a propensity to overcrop ( Reynolds et al., 1986 ). Hybrid grapevines often do not respond to balanced pruning

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Jason D. Lattier, Thomas G. Ranney, Paul R. Fantz, and Tony Avent

intermedius ‘Aztec’ was acquired as L. spicata ‘Aztec’ and was reassigned in agreement with Fantz (2009) and Nesom (2010) . Ophiopogon intermedius ‘Aztec’ is misidentified commonly in the trade as L. muscari or O. jaburan ( Fantz, 2009

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Bridget K. Behe, Benjamin L. Campbell, Charles R. Hall, Hayk Khachatryan, Jennifer H. Dennis, and Chengyan Yue

increasing horticultural product trade, notably as a result of the North American Free Trade Agreement and the impacts trade can have on firms participating in product importing/exporting. Based on the geographic diversity of the population under study, an

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Edward A. Evans, Fredy H. Ballen, and Jonathan H. Crane

( Spreen, 2000 ). Foreign competition has become a huge problem since 1994, when the United States signed the North American Free Trade Agreement, which opened the market to imports from its competitor, Mexico. This served to further aggravate the situation

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Florence A. Becot, Terence L. Bradshaw, and David S. Conner

Qrtly. 16 11 17 Merwin, I.A. Valois, S. Padilla-Zakour, O.I. 2008 Cider apples and cider-making techniques in Europe and North America Hort. Rev. 34 365 415 Miles, C. King, J. 2014 Yield, labor, and fruit and juice quality characteristics of machine and

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James D. McCreight, Jack E. Staub, Todd C. Wehner, and Narinder P.S. Dhillon

from genetic exchange with cultivated melons and are feral, e.g., CR1 ( Pitrat, 2012 ; Staub et al., 2011b ). Wild melon populations in North America were classified as C. melo Texanus group but are closely related to C. melo var. Conomon group and