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black-round zucchini ‘Eight Ball’ (after its namesake billiard ball) was created by Hollar Seeds in the 1990s, more ball summer squashes have been developed and become important novel products in the world market. Such ball summer squashes include the

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plastic mulch can increase yields of cucumber ( Ibarra-Jiménez et al., 2004 ), muskmelon ( Ibarra et al., 2001 ), and summer squash ( Mahadeen, 2014 ). However, there are concerns about environmental sustainability due to the generation of plastic waste

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management of grape varieties for Iowa and areas with similar climate. IPM Techniques for Summer Squash and Muskmelon Developing integrated pest management (IPM) tools for cucurbit production shows promise in controlling pests, but understanding the impact

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surface may also have an influence. Drip irrigation usually uses one emitter per pot for small containers, and very few published papers have studied the effect on growth and variations of roots and salts in the root ball when two or more emitters per pot

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.) is a short-season crop and can be planted in late spring or early summer in Florida. Growers frequently transplant muskmelon into strawberry beds that they are still harvesting. In early to mid-March the strawberries are removed by hand and the

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zucchini squash during a summer–fall season, both irrigation systems can be adopted using a standard nutrient solution composition (2.0 dS·m −1 ), but subirrigation should be preferred during this cropping season as a result of the similar marketable yield

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was quite variable among treatments in the spring, but the higher populations produced smaller stems and heads in the fall test. Higher populations than currently recommended seem to be justified. Success Seen in Certified Organic Summer Squash

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summer squash . Appl Eng Agric . 34 ( 2 ): 355 – 364 . https://doi.org/10.13031/aea.12217 . Hoffmann MP , Ayyappath R , Kirkwyland JJ . 2000 . Yield response of pumpkin and winter squash to simulated cucumber beetle (Coleoptera

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in both fields. A split application was not more effective than a single application of gypsum for raising leaf N and P concentrations. Variability in Carotenoid Content and Profiles of Winter Squash Cultigens Jennifer Noseworthy* and J. Brent Loy

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readings, was destructively harvested. Shoots were removed to the crown. To obtain root biomass gain, one-fourth segments of the soil volume outside of the original root ball and extending beyond the longest root to the depth of the deepest root in each

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