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produce is high ( Carey et al., 2009 ; Wien and Pritts, 2009 ), can assist growers in obtaining premium pricing ( Bjelić and Moravčević, 2006 ; Gent, 1991 ) and maintaining their customer base during the off-season. Spinach ( S. oleracea L.) is one of

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), L. huidobrensis (Blanchard), and L. langei Frick. The predominant species in the major spinach production areas in central California was believed to be L. huidobrensis (pea leafminer) until the beginning of this century ( Morgan et al., 2000

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Spinach ( Spinacea oleracea L.) is a valuable agricultural crop that accumulates phytoecdysteroids and is a model plant for the study of phytoecdysteroid biosynthesis ( Grebenok et al., 1991 ). The main phytoecdysteroids that accumulate in spinach

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The economic value of spinach ( Spinacia oleracea L.) continues to grow in the United States as well as globally due to its high nutritive content. Spinach production has been valued over $250 million in the United States in 2014 ( USDA, 2015

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, spinach, Swiss chard ( Beta vulgaris var. cicla L.), and radish ( Raphanus sativus L.). These species are considered nitrophilic ( Vogtmann et al., 1984 ) because of luxury nitrogen (N) consumption that may lead to its accumulation in excess of the

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Spinach ( Spinacia oleracea L.) is an economically valuable crop grown worldwide ( Morelock and Correll, 2008 ) and is affected by a number of biotic and abiotic disorders that can impact yield and quality ( Correll et al., 1994 ). Several

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Standing’ spinach were selected as the annual winter intercrops. The temperature range for optimal production of kale is between 45 and 60 °F ( Johnny’s Selected Seeds, 2019 ). The temperature range for optimal spinach production is between 60 and 65 °F

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The Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station announces the release of ‘Fall Green’ spinach (Spinacia oleracea L.). ‘Fall Green’ offers the potential of a high level of resistance to many of the common, destructive spinach diseases.

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Spinach is a quick-maturing, cool-season vegetable crop grown for both fresh and processing markets. Italy is Europe’s leading spinach producer with ≈7000 ha ( Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2013 ) and Tuscany is the top

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In California, fresh-market spinach is grown throughout the year and accounts for 59% of the total U.S. fresh market production [ U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), 2012 ]. In 2010, there were 26,900 acres of fresh market spinach grown in

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