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Weed Management on Organic Farms

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Denise M. Finney
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Nancy G. Creamer
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CEFS NC State University
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2,008

Growing Grapes in Indiana

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Authors: 
Bruce P. Bordelon
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Purdue University
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2,001

Cucumber

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The cucumber (Cucumus sativus) is a warm-season vining crop in the Cucurbit family. Cucumbers suitable for immediate consumption are referred to as “slicers,” while those for processing are “picklers.” Although there once was a large pickling cucumber industry in Kentucky, nearly all cucumbers grown commercially in the state are now for fresh market consumption.

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Authors: 
Brent Rowell
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Tim Coolong
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University of Kentuky
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2,010

Early Navel Orange Fruit Yield, Quality, and Maturity in Response to Late-season Water Stress

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Craig E. Kallsen
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Blake Sanden
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Mary Lu Arpaia
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HortScience
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2,011

Asparagus Year-Round IPM Program Annual Checklist

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US Davis
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US Davis
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2,011

Citrus Year-Round IPM Program

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UC Davis
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UC Davis
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2,008

Commercial Production of Pickling & Slicing Cucumbers in North Carolina

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Both pickling and slicing cucumbers have been included in this bulletin because many production practices are similar for both types. When necessary, distinctions are made between the cucumber types.
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Authors: 
Jonathan R. Schultheis
Authors: 
Charles W. Averre
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Michael D. Boyette
Authors: 
Edmund A. Estes
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Gerald J. Holmes
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David W. Monks
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Kenneth A. Sorensen
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North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service

Market analysis for three Peruvian natural ingredients

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Authors: 
Josef Brinckmann
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International Trade Center
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2,013

Fruit skin side cracking and ostiole-end splitting shorten postharvest life in fresh figs (Ficus carica L.), but are reduced by deficit irrigation

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Authors: 
Michelle Kong
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Bruce Lampinen
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Ken Shackel
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Carlos H. Crisosto
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Postharvest Biology and Technology
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2,013

Does E-Commerce Help Agricultural Markets? The Case of MarketMaker

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Authors: 
Carlos E. Carpio
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Olga Isengildina-Massa
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R. David Lamie
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Samuel D. Zapata
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Choices
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2,013
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