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North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual: Plant Growth Regulators

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This publication explains plant growth regulators for a variety of crops.

  • Harvest Aids and Preharvest Dessicants
  • Growth-Regulating Chemicals for Apples
  • Growth Regulators for Floricultural Crops in Greenhouses
  • Growth Regulators for Woody Ornamental Crops
  • Growth Regulators for Fruiting Vegetables
  • Growth Regulators for Peanuts
Authors: 
K. L. Edmisten
Authors: 
G. D. Collins
Authors: 
K. M. Jennings
Authors: 
S. J. McArtney
Authors: 
M. L. Parker
Authors: 
B. E. Whipker
Authors: 
A. V. LeBude
Authors: 
C. C. Gunter
Authors: 
D. L. Jordan
Authors: 
L. R. Fisher
Authors: 
J. A. Priest
Authors: 
D. S. Whitley
Authors: 
F. H. Yelverton
Authors: 
R. Cooper
Authors: 
T. W. Gannon
Publisher: 
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
2,016

Blackberry Pruning Diagram

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This graphic will guide growers as they prune blackberry or raspberry plants. It’s a simple, four-step diagram that is easy to follow and reinforces the instructions with images. Growers might consider printing this PDF and posting in appropriate areas of the operation for reference while pruning the plants.

Authors: 
Gina E. Fernandez
Publisher: 
NC State University

Types of Trellises

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Visual examples of the different types of trellises used to grow blackberries and raspberries. Includes dimensions and pictures of each type.

Growers use many trellis support systems to support bramble canes. Your trellising goal is to minimize labor and maximize yield. Each trellis type has its advantages and disadvantages, and most can be modified to suit your needs. Evaluate each trellis system to determine what type best suits your needs.

Authors: 
NC State University
Publisher: 
NC State University

Managing the almond and stone fruit replant disease complex with less soil fumigant

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Authors: 
Greg T. Browne
Authors: 
Bruce D. Lampinen
Authors: 
Brent A. Holtz
Authors: 
David A. Doll
Authors: 
Shrinivasa K. Upadhyaya
Authors: 
Leigh S. Schmidt
Authors: 
Ravindra G. Bhat
Authors: 
Vasu Udompetaikul
Authors: 
Robert W. Coates
Authors: 
Bradley D. Hanson
Authors: 
Karen M. Klonsky
Authors: 
Suduan Gao
Authors: 
Dong Wang
Authors: 
Matt Gillis
Authors: 
James S. Gerik
Authors: 
R. Scott Johnson
Publisher: 
California Agriculture
Year: 
2,013

Rootstocks for Kentucky Fruit Trees

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Authors: 
Dwight E. Wolfe
Authors: 
John G. Strang
Authors: 
Shawn Wright
Publisher: 
University of Kentucky
Year: 
2,011

Midwest Tree Fruit Spray Guide

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Authors: 
University of Arkansas
Authors: 
University of Illinois Extension
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Purdue Extension
Authors: 
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach
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Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment
Authors: 
University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service
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University of Missouri and Missouri State University
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Ohio State University Extension
Authors: 
University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Service
Publisher: 
Midwest Fruit Workers Group
Year: 
2,016

Estudio Nicho de Mercado Hispano EEUU

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Authors: 
Oficina Comercial de Chile en Miami
Publisher: 
ProChile
Year: 
2,014

Asparagus Crown Production

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Producing asparagus crowns for sale or use is simple and profitable. Careful attention to details described here is important so that all requirements for certified plant production can be met. Certified plants are most saleable and bring a premium price. One-year-old crowns will produce a healthy asparagus planting.

Authors: 
Douglas Sanders
Publisher: 
NC State University
Year: 
2,001

Iowa High Tunnel Fruit and Vegetable Production Manual

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High tunnels are valuable assets to growers enabling them to produce high yields of quality horticultural crops. However, different strategies and more detailed management are required with this method of production. The objective of this workbook is to provide growers with the information and resources to use high tunnels effectively, enhance productivity and net income, and learn from the experience of other high tunnel users.

Authors: 
Eldon Everhart
Authors: 
Ray Hansen
Authors: 
Donald Lewis
Authors: 
Linda Naeve
Authors: 
Henry Taber
Publisher: 
Iowa State University
Year: 
2,010

Pruning Peach Trees

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Authors: 
Richard P. Marini
Authors: 
Gregory Peck
Authors: 
Alson H. Smith
Publisher: 
Virginia Cooperative Extension
Year: 
2,014
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