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; Stavely and Pastor-Corrales, 1989 ). Snap bean cultivars with targeted resistance gene combinations to protect crops against common bean rust could reduce or eliminate the heavy dependence on fungicides while simultaneously lowering production costs and

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of transgenic plants that were engineered to express the target protein. Issues arose from the use of edible plants for vaccines, since the plants could enter the commercial food chain. Development of these types of plant host has since slowed

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entries in each of the trials were observed to have quantities of Ca and Mg above the breeding targets, 300 mg/100 g Ca and 90 mg/100 g Mg in all environments. Little variation was observed in the mean and range of both Ca and Mg contents in each trial

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with others in the trial, rank environments based on ability to differentiate genotype performance, distinguish a genotype having best performance in a particular environment, and identify mega-environments within a target region based on the

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-altitude locations, WorldVeg-ESA, Horti-Tengeru, and Mbuguni, formed a second ME (ME 2). Although multiple years of testing is important to decide whether target environments can be divided into different MEs, the differences between the locations grouped in ME1 and

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-by-case basis, provincial and federal guidelines (e.g., Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment, 2012 ; Ministry of the Environment and Energy, 1994 ) provide target levels to avoid environmental pollution from runoff water. The total amount of NH 4

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). Culinary herbs are increasingly produced in protected and controlled environments, such as indoor vertical farms and greenhouses with hydroponic systems due to year-round consumer demand for fresh produce ( Beacham et al. 2019 ; Walters et al. 2020

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grown in lit environments and then harvested and consumed at an immature growth stage. Microgreens are densely seeded and harvested shortly after the cotyledons have fully developed, either with or without the emergence of the first true leaves depending

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different environments. As a result, targeting cultivar selection onto its growing environment is the prime interest of any plant breeding program and a prerequisite for the recommendation of novel selections for large-scale production ( Annicchiarico 2002

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production from fall through spring each year. However, the humid and warm weather is also conducive to the development of numerous plant diseases, including target spot of tomato (TS), caused by Corynespora cassiicola . In recent years, TS has reemerged as

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