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Robert L. Green, Grant J. Klein, Francisco Merino, and Victor Gibeault

1 To whom reprint requests should be addressed; e-mail robert.green@ucr.edu . We thank Lane Stave and Will Friedner, golf course superintendents at Desert Horizons Country Club, Indian Wells, Calif., for their

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Robert L. Green, Grant J. Klein, Francisco Merino, and Victor Gibeault

1 To whom reprint requests should be addressed. E-mail address: robert.green@ucr.edu We thank Lane Stave and Will Friedner, golf course superintendents at Desert Horizons Country Club, Indian Wells, Calif., for

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Brian A. Kahn and William G. McGlynn

relatively light shade of green. However, in the 1990s, a major seed company introduced dark green beans to the U.S. fresh market ( Brooker and Eastwood, 1992 ). The company promoted the dark green beans as being more attractive to buyers, but little

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Thomas O. Green, Alexandra Kravchenko, John N. Rogers III, and Joseph M. Vargas Jr.

biotic stress, loss of putting green resulting from collar encroachment, excessive organic matter accumulation, need for architectural design improvement, and invasion of undesirable turfgrass species affecting surface playability ( Foy and Gilhuly, 2015

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Charles R. Hall

cycle that resembles not a V, U, or W-shape, but more like a reverse-square-root symbol—an expansion that begins surprisingly briskly, then gives way to a long period of slow, less-than-stellar growth ( Auerbach and Gale, 2009 ). From a green industry

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Julie H. Campbell and Benjamin L. Campbell

In the early 2000s, green industry wholesale and retail segments were rapidly growing as the housing market expanded, thereby fueling perceived strength and stability within the industry ( Hall, 2010 ; Perez et al., 2016 ). However, the recession

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Edward A. Evans and Fredy H. Ballen

Organization of the United Nations, 2014 )]. The bulk (88.04%) of U.S. avocado production is of the cultivar Hass, with the balance being classified as a “green-skin” cultivar. U.S. production of ‘Hass’ avocado occurs predominately in California while

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Katherine L. Vinson and Youbin Zheng

Green roofs are being incorporated on buildings worldwide but there is a lack of information about plant species in terms of which are suitable for green roofs within a particular climate, how to use certain species in combination with other species

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Kristin L. Getter and D. Bradley Rowe

In 2007, 223,666 m 2 (2,407,525 ft 2 ) of green roofs, or vegetated roofs, were installed in North America representing a 30% increase over 2006 ( Green Roofs for Healthy Cities, 2008 ). By placing plants on rooftops, the vegetated footprint that

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Jennifer M. Bousselot, James E. Klett, and Ronda D. Koski

Green roofs are used to mitigate the environmental effects of urbanization worldwide ( Getter and Rowe, 2006 ; Oberndorfer et al., 2007 ; Vidmar et al., 2007 ). There are several types of green roof systems; extensive green roofs are