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Giuseppe Vanella, Masoud Salyani, Paolo Balsari, Stephen H. Futch and Roy D. Sweeb

, crop characteristics, and environmental conditions. To simplify the test procedure and to reduce trial costs, Balsari et al., (2007) developed the DEIAFA test bench to evaluate drift potential of field crop sprayers. The methodology involves sampling

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Lesley A. Judd, Brian E. Jackson, William C. Fonteno and Jean-Christophe Domec

stem while changing the delivery pressure and simultaneously measuring the flow of water. The operation of the HCFM is fully described in detail by Tyree et al. (1995) . For all studies conducted (plants tested) in the series of experiments that are

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Trenton Hamada, Irene Terry, Robert Roemer and Thomas E. Marler

environments inhabited by these plants. A related study indicated that both insects and wind vector pollen in C. micronesica ( Terry et al., 2009 ), but identified the need for more detailed tests to help elucidate their individual contributions. The

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Mitchell Eicher-Sodo, Robert Gordon and Youbin Zheng

received a single treatment and were separated during treatment application by the aforementioned shield to prevent spray drift. Individual species of microgreens were grouped together to form three segregated clusters on the bench surface. Lettuce plugs

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Pascal Braekman, Dieter Foqué, Marie-Christine Van Labeke, Jan G. Pieters and David Nuyttens

technique also resulted in significantly higher contamination of nontarget surfaces of the greenhouse bench tops and aisle ways. Derksen et al. (2008) concluded that when spraying a poinsettia canopy with a single-nozzle handgun sprayer, the variability in

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Yu Huang, John E. Kaminski and Peter J. Landschoot

as a result of concerns of potential pesticide exposure to golfers, drift to non-target areas, and to avoid interfering with play. Significant amounts of dew may be present on turf surfaces in early morning and may influence the performance of certain

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Supriyo Basak, Guangyan Wang, Xudong Sun and Yongping Yang

containers in soils on greenhouse benches in a temperature range of 22.2 ± 6 °C during the day and 18 ± 3 °C at night. Young leaves from the grown landraces and standards were used for the estimation of GS. Table 1. Information of the collection sites and

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Ryan W. Dickson and Paul R. Fisher

pH and preventing drift is, therefore, an important aspect of nutrient management. Plants affect root zone pH primarily through differential uptake of cation and anion nutrients ( Haynes, 1990 ; Lea-Cox et al., 1996 ; Marschner, 2012 ; Rengel, 2003

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Desalegn D. Serba, Osman Gulsen, Bekele G. Abeyo, Keenan L. Amundsen, Donald J. Lee, P. Stephen Baenziger, Tiffany M. Heng-Moss, Kent M. Eskridge and Robert C. Shearman

Philips 400-W metal halide bulbs (MH400/U; Day-Brite Lighting, Tupelo, MS). The pots of the female and male parents were arranged next to each other on the bench for effective pollen transfer to the female inflorescences. The burs were hand-harvested from

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Chalita Sriladda, Heidi A. Kratsch, Steven R. Larson, Thomas A. Monaco, FenAnn Shen and Roger K. Kjelgren

@hordeum.oscs.montana.edu ). Bayesian clustering of five individual plants per taxa without a priori assignment of individuals to hierarchical groups was used to determine genetic structure and test for possible admixture between taxa, which might otherwise confound phylogenetic