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Guidelines for Stadium Application to Potato Tubers

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Willie Kirk
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David Ross
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Phillip Wharton
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Nora Olsen
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Michigan State University
Year: 
2,014

Caraway

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Caraway (Carum carvi L.) is a hardy, biennial herb which is native to Europe and Western Asia. First year plants resemble carrots, growing to about 8 inches tall with finely divided leaves and long taproots. By the second year, two to three foot stalks develop topped by umbels of white or pink flowers, which appear from May to August. Some varieties may flower the first year. The seeds are small, brown and crescent shaped.

Authors: 
Jeanine M. Davis
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North Carolina State University
Year: 
1,997

Vegetables and Pulses Outlook

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According to USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) August 28 Vegetables report, the 2014 contract production of the four major processing vegetables (tomatoes, sweet corn, snap beans, and green peas) is projected to total 18.2 million short tons, up 14 percent from last year.

Authors: 
Hodan Farah Wells
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Jennifer Bond
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Suzanne Thornsbury
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USDA ERS
Year: 
2,014

Commercial asparagus production

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Asparagus has been grown for many years. The Ancient Greeks and Romans relished this crop. It originated in Asia Minor and is a member of the lily family. California, Michigan, and Washington are the major producing states, but there is some commercial production in many of the northern and western states. Warm regions such as Northern Mexico and Southern California also grow it. Recent research has shown that asparagus can be grown at a profit in North Carolina.

Authors: 
Douglas C. Sanders
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North Carolina State University
Year: 
2,001

Retain Combined with NAA Controls Pre-harvest Drop of McIntosh Apples Better Than Either Chemical Alone

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Authors: 
Terence Robinson
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Steve Hoying
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Kevin Iungerman
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Darius Kviklys
Publisher: 
New York Fruit Quarterly
Year: 
2,010

How to Reduce Bee Poisoning from Pesticides

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Authors: 
L. Hooven
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R. Sagili
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E. Johansen
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Oregon State University
Year: 
2,013

Herbicides Registered in Almonds in California

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Charts & Tables:

  • Susceptibility of Annual Broadleaf Weeds to Herbicides Registered in Almonds in California
  • Susceptibility of Annual Grass and Perennial Weeds to Herbicides Registered in Almonds in California
  • Performance of Preemergence Herbicides
  • Performance of Postemergence Herbicides
Authors: 
Kurt Hembree
Publisher: 
UC ANR
Year: 
2,009

Basil

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Basil (Ocimum basilicum L. and its varieties) is a popular herb known for its flavorful foliage. The fresh or dried leaves add a distinctive flavor to many foods, such as Italian style tomato sauces, pesto sauce and salad dressing. The essential oils and oleo-resins may be extracted from leaves and flowers and used for flavoring in liqueurs and for fragrance in perfumes and soaps.

Authors: 
Jeanine M. Davis
Publisher: 
NC State University
Year: 
1,997

Cherries: Organic Production

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This publication focuses on organic pest and disease control and other topics relevant to organic production of both tart and sweet cherries. It introduces the Canadian bush cherry and discusses climatic considerations for cherry production. Information on marketing is included, as are further resources and sources of trees and pest-control materials.

Authors: 
Guy K. Ames
Publisher: 
ATTRA
Year: 
2,014
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