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Species Profiles for Pacific Island Agroforestry
Agroforestry is a vital aspect of sustainable agriculture in the tropics, and producers increasingly seek tree species for use in crop diversification, windbreaks, coastal protection, shade, soil…
Late-season `Valencia' Orange Mechanical Harvesting with an Abscission Agent and Low-frequency Harvesting
An abscission agent (5-chloro-3-methyl-4-nitro-1H-pyrazole [CMNP]) at 300 mg·L -1 in a volume of 2810 L·ha -1 was applied to Valencia orange trees [Citrus sinensis (L.) Osb.] on 22 May 2004. At this…
Confirmation and Control of a Paraquat-Tolerant Goosegrass (Eleusine indica) Biotype1
The Manatee biotype was not tolerant to clethodim, metribuzin, or sethoxydim, but these herbicides provided adequate control of all the goosegrass biotypes tested.
Mechanical Harvesting Capacity in Sweet Orange Is Increased with an Abscission Agent
It is demonstrated that CMNP application increases harvesting capacity of trunk and canopy shakers by reducing time necessary to harvest each tree while maintaining high percent mature fruit removal.
Physiological basis for differential tolerance of tomato and pepper to rimsulfuron and halosulfuron: site of action study
Results indicate that enzyme insensitivity is not the reason why tomato is more tolerant than pepper to these herbicides, and the sensitivity differences between these species may reflect their differences in SU herbicide metabolism.
Congenital heart disease among the hutterite brethren.
A FAMILY with four cases of tetralogy of Fallot was found in a distinct ethnic group, the Hutterite Brethren of North America. The customs and background of this religious sect provide an ideal pop...
Season-Long Interference of Yellow Nutsedge (Cyperus esculentus) with Direct-Seeded and Transplanted Watermelon (Citrullus lanatus)1
It was concluded that watermelons are poor competitors with yellow nutsedge because of the effect of season-long Yellow nutsedge interference on watermelon yield.
North American loxoscelism: two presumptive cases from northern Montana.
The value of leprosy villages in a program of prevention.
- R. S. Buker
- MedicineInternational journal of Leprosy
Weed Seedling Emergence as Affected by the Interactions of Seed Morphology and Environmental Conditions
While the trends of burial depth on emergence were similar among species, the effect was more evident with redroot pigweed and hairy beggarticks compared to the other weed species.