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lowest benefit with $4.9 million of total output value, $3.2 million of value added, and 32 additional jobs. At the 50% of adoption rate, the total output economic impacts for the region are estimated at $71.2 million: $21.4 million from drought

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.S. region. Surveys of southern U.S. stakeholders indicated that great opportunities exist (e.g., expanding population base in the south, strong tradition of fruit production in the region, strong agricultural heritage, and strong local foods awareness) for

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Vegetable production continues to increase worldwide and Turkey is the fourth largest producer with 25.3 million tones annually ( Anonymous, 2005 ). In terms of economic value, nutrition, consumer preference, general adaptability, and extent of

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regions of the United States in response to varying economic and environmental conditions. The specific production practices examined in this article include the types of nursery media rooting systems used (containers, balled and burlap, field grown, and

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region, and these diseases can be particularly severe on heirloom varieties that not only lack resistance, but also require a longer growing season. Organic production of heirloom tomato varieties is especially challenging as host resistance is a crucial

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WRT in selected nursery operations in the mid-Atlantic region of VA, MD, and PA. The goal is to estimate the economic feasibility of WRT production practices, which include capturing and recycling rainfall and irrigation runoff, combined with plant eco

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-practice adoption rates vary widely by crop and region U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Information Bulletin Number 147 December Wu, Q.-Y. Bi, X. Grogan, K.A. Borisova, T. 2018 Valuing the recreation benefits of natural springs in Florida

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rate for high tunnels is low in the region primarily due to a general lack of knowledge about the specific production practices for each crop, the high tunnel structures best suited to each crop, potential returns from high tunnels, and the capital

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Agriculture (USDA) 2021]. This region is known to have long growing seasons that consist of hot summers with frequent rainfall ( Conner 2014 ). Annual precipitation throughout the southeastern United States averages 50 inches or more ( Wells 2015 ). The

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Today, various citrus fruits ( Citrus spp. Rutaceae) are among the most important commercial fruit crops of the Mediterranean, but they are not native to the region. Citrus is believed to have originated in northeastern India, southwestern China

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