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a variety of a plant developed from a natural species and maintained under cultivation

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In this context, the aim of our study was to evaluate the effect of tree irrigation frequencies on the vegetative growth and yields of two introduced olive cultivars (Olea europaea L.
The main plot units had a 4*2 factorial design with four irrigation frequencies and two olive cultivars. Irrigation frequency was the main factor and the split-plot units within each main plot consisted of 28 olive trees.
Domestic cultivars may absorb nutrients in a different way than those normally used because they were bred in Brazilian soil and weather conditions.
The objective of this research was to evaluate nutrient absorption and potato crop yield following different planting times and in different cultivars, generating information that can help farmers and researchers.
Blackberry cultivars studied were Tupy, Guarani, Xavante and Cherokee, in the municipality of Lapa-PR, coordinates 25[degrees]47'S, 49[degrees]46'W and 910 masl.
The infestations and losses caused by the pest vary from location to location and season to season depending upon environmental factors, cultivars sown and plant age.
With the development of genetically modified soybean cultivars resistant to glyphosate, weed management somehow has lost its importance.
spectabilis nymphs; control treatment and cultivars of Brachiaria (4 cultivars) with 5 replications; or sugarcane (2 cultivars) with 8 replications per treatment.
Softneck cultivars, on the other hand, yield a greater number of cloves and generally a larger bulb.
The term "wine grapes" in this article refers to vinifera and resistant cultivars. Vitis labrusca cultivar acreage was excluded in this report, as their utilization for juice or wine production could not be distinguished.
Cultivar CIM-707 by having medium K+/Na+ ratio, showed better K+ utilization, and identified as most tolerant genotype to salinity.
There are only descriptions of the susceptibility of upland rice lines to [Al.sup.3+] (Guimaraes et al., 2006) and studies restricted to a small number of cultivars, which evaluate one tolerant and one non-tolerant cultivar to [Al.sup.3+] (Mendonca et al., 2003; Justino et al., 2006).
This cultivar came to Seed Savers Exchange in 1989 from Ralph Blackwell of Jasper, Alabama.