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Seedless cucumber, also known as greenhouse cucumber, is a popular and high-value crop found in many local food markets. Like tomato, cucumber is sold for premium prices in early-season markets ( Curtis et al., 2012 ). Seedless cucumber plants are

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species will bloom for years with minimal care, while others are best planted for one or two seasons of color. Spring bulbs will typically flower from late winter to early summer, depending on species ( Dana et al., 2001 ). After bloom is finished, they

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by temperatures early in the growing season, TP was most affected later in the season. Daily minimum temperature for the fruit growth and preharvest periods was positively correlated with TP in harvested fruit, and daily maximum temperature and

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growing seasons, extending the production period can have significant economic benefit ( Rader and Karlsson, 2006 ; Rowley et al., 2010 ; Waterer, 2003 ). Tomatoes ( Solanum lycopersicum L.) are the most commonly grown high-tunnel crop because early

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Accurate early-season estimates of yield and fruit size distribution would aid apple growers and packers to estimate harvest labor, the number of bins, and the amount of storage space needed for the upcoming harvest. Accurate estimates of fruit size

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bulbs for persistence in warm-season turfgrasses and determine if flowers produced by early-spring bulbs provide appropriate pollen and nectar resources for pollinating insects. Materials and Methods Three field studies were established in Nov. 2015 at

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growing season earlier into the spring, direct market-oriented producers are better able to attract new customers, maintain current customers, and take advantage of higher out-of-season prices. June-bearing strawberries in an annual hill production

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In the southern San Joaquin Valley, early-maturing navel orange [ Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck] cultivars such as Beck-Earli, Newhall, and Fukumoto produce the first harvestable navel orange fruit of the season in California. Before harvest may

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limited by several factors, namely spring freeze (50% chance of spring frost as late as 15 May), early fall frost, high humidity, and rainfall during the harvest season ( Howell and Sabbatini, 2008 ). Own-rooted ‘Vignoles’ vines were grown at the HTRC on a

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during the early-season months of November, December, and January. According to U.S. strawberry market data from 2012–17, the average grower price in November was $22.80 per 3.6-kg flat, followed by $18.94, $14.38, $11.40, and $8.88 for the months of

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