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Extension C Education Methods

Details: needs, is an effective form of Extension education (Simpson, 1998). Answering questions on a hotline or at a plant clinic is a difficult task for a new, inexperienced Master Gardener. Some cooperative extension offices have customized re-source manuals that provide answers to common questions received by telephone (Patterson, 1995). Master

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Extension Education Methods

Details: Education Methods This project was partially funded by a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 5 in cooperation with the Illinois Department of Agriculture (IDOA). 1Springfield Extension Center, University of Illinois, P.O. Box 8199, Springfield, IL 62791. 2Department of Natural Resources and Environmen-

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Enhancing Science Education Experiences through Garden …

Details: In these programs, college students (largely education, horticulture, biology, and recreation majors) have the opportunity to learn about and experience natural science and math in the garden, along with elementary school teachers, parents, and upper-elementary age children. These inquiry-based learning opportunities enhance and expand the

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Student Confidence as a Measure of Learning in an …

Details: Three to five student learning outcomes (SLOs) were written for each of seven units for the Principles of Horticultural Science course, the foundation course for all nine specializations within the undergraduate horticulture program at Kansas State University. The SLOs were then used as the framework for development of the course. A pre- and post …

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Current State of the Horticultural Therapy Profession in …

Details: The education/credentialing theme was discussed by 25 (93%) of study participants. Coursework selected for professional registration requirements was developed by AHTA using a job analysis. The last job analysis in 2014 identified therapeutic and horticulture knowledge, skills, and abilities needed for horticultural therapists ( Starling et al

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The Relationship between a Campus Composting …

Details: Food waste is one of the most abundant materials contributing to landfills in the United States. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates 96% of uneaten food ends up in landfills. Food and other organic wastes generate potent greenhouse gases in the atmosphere precipitating global climate change. College campus cafeterias generate a large amount of …

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‘Yan Ya’: A New Cultivar of Xanthoceras sorbifolium Bunge

Details: Yellow-horn (Xanthoceras sorbifolium Bunge), a member of the family Sapindaceae, is a traditional woody oil tree species that occurs naturally in northern China.It is a deciduous tree or shrub with ecological, economic, and ornamental value. The raw seeds of yellow-horn are edible. The high oil content of the kernels and the leaves can be used to produce biofuel and tea, …

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HortScience hortsci

Details: HortScience publishes horticultural information of interest to a broad array of horticulturists. Its goals are to apprise horticultural scientists and others interested in horticulture of scientific and industry developments and of significant research, education, or extension findings or methods. HortScience is an open-access publication and

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HortTechnology horttech

Details: Written by experts, for experts, HortTechnology brings you reliable, current, peer-reviewed technical information to help solve problems and deal with current challenges in production, education, and extension. HortTechnology is an open-access publication and adheres to Creative Commons licensing: CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 -- You may share, copy and re-distribute this …

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Compost Amended Media and Irrigation System …

Details: View More View Less. 1 Indian River Research and Education Center, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, 2199 South Rock Road, Fort Pierce, FL 34945 | 2 Soil and Water Science Department, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, 106 Newell Hall, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611-0510

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Impact of Hands-on Science through School Gardening in …

Details: The first four chapters of a hands-on gardening curriculum (Junior Master Gardener Handbook Level One) were introduced into three East Baton Rouge Parish (Louisiana) elementary schools in the fall semester of 2002 as an informal education program conducted by East Baton Rouge Parish Master Gardener volunteers and Louisiana State University …

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Comparing Conventional, Hybrid, and Distance Learning Courses …

Details: In a conventional sophomore level course entitled “Organic Farming and Gardening,” 114 undergraduate students registered from years 2007 to 2009. Due to high demand and insufficient classroom space, this conventional curriculum was reformatted with identical course content into both a hybrid and a fully online version in which 361 students registered from years 2010 to …

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Extension Education Methods sources (Laughlin and Schmidt, …

Details: and distance-education, to pres-ent effective programs and address a wider audience, which will reduce the amount of required travel time. Finally, extension specialists and edu-cators need to keep abreast of issues, such as invasive species, and develop programs to increase awareness of the economic and ecological impacts of

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Extension Education Methods

Details: the education activities and public awareness raising campaigns. Some of the most significant key findings reported by Gellis Communications (2008) for the purposes of this work are the following: 1.‘‘Make use of mass media and involve the educational sector more effectively’’ The main threats affecting bio-diversity are more or less

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Potassium Fertigation Requirements of Drip-irrigated Strawberry

Details: `Oso Grande' and `Sweet Charlie' strawberries (Fragaria × ananassa Duch.) in 1991-92 and `Oso Grande' and `Seascape' in 1992-93 were grown in a K fertilization study using polyethylene-mulched and fumigated beds. Potassium was injected weekly into the drip irrigation system at 0.28,0.56,0.84, 1.12, and 1.40 kg K/ha per day. Early, March, and total-season …

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Epipremnum aureum ‘Green Genie’ in: HortScience Volume 44

Details: Pothos ‘Green Genie’ is a mutation selected from Pothos ‘Marble Queen’ plants that had been irradiated a single time with 6.5 gray of gamma rays from a Cesium 137 source that emitted 9.18 gray/minute. Nine months after irradiation, a single uniform …

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Allelopathic Potential of Celery Residues on Lettuce

Details: Poor emergence of commercially grown lettuce has been observed when planted immediately after the removal of a celery crop. Greenhouse experiments were conducted to evaluate the possible allelopathic effects of celery residue on the emergence and growth of lettuce. The influence of amount and type of celery tissue, growth medium and fertility, incubation time in …

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Using HortBase in Education in: HortTechnology Volume 8 Issue 3 …

Details: However, accessing and making use of technological teaching tools is as much a hurdle as it is an opportunity. HortBase provides the framework for educators in horticulture to easily access and contribute to quality chunks of horticultural educational by computer. Engaging computer-based instruction such as HortBase in distance or on-campus

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Teaching CreditTransferSystem(ECTS)credits Methods

Details: A Software Tool for Teaching Backcross Breeding Simulation Ana Fita1,3,Ne´stor Tarı´n2, Jaime Prohens1, and Adria´n Rodrı´guez-Burruezo1 ADDITIONAL INDEX WORDS.Cucumis melo, effective learning, breeding methods,

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Teaching Methods

Details: • October–December 2003 13(4) 723 Use of Tropical Hibiscus for Instruction in Grafting Kenneth W. Mudge, 1 Kelly Hennigan,2 and Peter Podaras ADDITIONAL INDEX WORDS. bud grafting, budding, distance learning, Hibis- cus rosa-sinensis, online, laboratory instruction, scion, stock

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Experiential Learning through Partnership: A Case Study of a

Details: These findings return full-circle to the education philosophies of pedagogical pioneers of the 20th century; in 1916, John Dewey, a prominent educational scholar in the United States, argued that experience and hands-on projects were essential to ensure successful learning outcomes (Giles and Eyler, 1994).

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Metabolic Contributors to Drought-enhanced Accumulation of …

Details: The nature of sink strength in orange fruit and changes occurring during drought stress were investigated. Potted trees of `Hamlin' orange [Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck] grafted on Troyer citrange [Citrus sinensis × Poncirus trifoliata (L.) Raf.] were irrigated using a microsprinkler system creating either well-watered or water-stressed conditions, as determined by stem water …

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Sapindus Cultivar ‘Yue Shuo Bodhi’ in: HortScience Volume 56

Details: Tree and leaf characteristics. ‘Yue Shuo Bodhi’ is a deciduous tree with an umbrella crown. Plant growth habits include a spreading cultivar with trees 3 to 4 m high and 5 to 6 m wide that show vigorous growth and high rooting ability. The annual shoot length varies between 41 and 59 cm, and shoot width is less than 14 mm.

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Impact Indicators for Community Garden Programs: Using

Details: The population for this study consisted of key community garden experts who held various roles in community garden programs across the state of Florida. First, an advisory committee representing state agencies, nonprofits, institutions of higher education, and various school systems was asked to create a list of potential expert panel members.

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Parent Identification of Eight Apple Cultivars by S-RNase Analysis …

Details: As the parents of the some of the apple cultivars were unknown and others were uncertain, we investigated the parent-offspring relationships of eight apple cultivars by S-RNase analysis and SSR markers. The paternal parent of `Hida' was identified as `Golden Delicious', not the previously mentioned `Orin'. It was indicated that `Ryoka No Kisetsu' and `Korin' showing …

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'Florida Moonlight'—A White Fancyleaved Caladium for Pots and …

Details: View More View Less. 1 Gulf Coast Research and Education Center, University of Florida, 5007 60th Street East, Bradenton, FL 34203

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Effects of Iron Source on Iron Chlorosis and Exserohilum Leaf Spot

Details: Foxtail palms (Wodyetia bifurcata Irvine) were grown in 6.2-L containers using a 3 calcitic limestone gravel: 2 coir dust (by volume) substrate to induce Fe chlorosis. Plants were treated initially and 2 and 4 months later with soil applications of FeDTPA, FeEDDHA, FeEDTA+FeHEDTA on vermiculite, FeEDTA+FeDTPA on clay, ferric citrate, ferrous …

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Effects of Salt Stress on Photosynthetic Fluorescence …

Details: Coreopsis tinctoria Nutt. (C. tinctoria) is used in composite tea material and has important medicinal functions. Soil salinization affects the growth and development of C. tinctoria in Xinjiang (China). Here, we discussed the changes in photosynthesis and physiological characteristics of C. tinctoria seedlings treated with different concentrations of NaCl [0 (CK), …

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Release Rates of Controlled-Release and Soluble Magnesium …

Details: Release rates at 21 °C were determined in sand columns for 12 commercially available soluble and controlled-release Mg fertilizers. Lutz Mg spikes, K 2 SO 4, MgSO 4, MgSO 4 ·H 2 O, and MgSO 4 ·7H 2 O released their Mg within 2 to 3 weeks. Within the first 6 weeks, MgO·MgSO 4 released its soluble Mg fraction, but little release occurred thereafter. Dolomite …

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Partial Defoliation Can Decrease Average Leaf Size but Has Little

Details: The effects of 2 consecutive years of annual defoliation during the harvest season on fruit size, yield, juice quality, leaf size and number were examined in trees of the midseason cultivar `Hamlin' and the late-season cultivar `Valencia' orange [Citrus sinensis (L.) Osb.]. In `Hamlin', removal of up to 50% of the leaves in late November had no effect on fruit yield, fruit …

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Pesticide Spray Reduction from Using a Sensor-actuated Spray …

Details: Sensor-actuated precision spray systems are designed to prevent pesticide delivery unless canopy is detected in the corresponding spray zone. Where frequent gaps are present in the tree row, using orchard sprayers with these systems is likely to lower pesticide costs and reduce off-target deposition. Pesticide savings from use of a sensor-actuated …

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Controlled-release Potassium Fertilizers for Turfgrass

Details: Field and laboratory studies were conducted to evaluate the K retention properties of several resin-coated (RC), sulfur-coated (SC), and plastic-coated (PC) K fertilizers. Substantial differences in K release were found among the controlled-release K materials, based both on the K content of `Tifgreen' bermudagrass [Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers. × C. transvaalensis Burt …

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Production and Marketing Reports 2005; Peppin et al., 2010

Details: of a small market and the lack of education on the use and care of native plants. For example, native plant sales in Florida accounted for only 11% of the total horticultural marketin 2005. Within the Florida nativeplant industry, asmall, but competitive market focuses on native wildflowers, but a paucity of information

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Evaluation of Pumpkin Cultivars for Powdery and Downy Mildew …

Details: Twenty-six cultivars and two numbered selections of Cucurbita pepo L. pumpkin and four cultivars of C. maxima Duchesne pumpkin were evaluated in field experiments in 1996 and 1997 in Charleston, S.C. The four C. maxima cultivars (`Mammoth Gold', `Big Max', `Rouge Vif d'Etamps', and `Lumina') and three C. pepo cultigens (HMX 6686, HMX 6688, and Magic …

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‘Pearls and Jade’ Pothos in: HortScience Volume 44 Issue 3 (2009)

Details: Pothos ‘Pearls and Jade’ is a small plant compared with other pothos cultivars. Mature leaves from ‘Pearls and Jade’ reach an average of 7 to 8 cm long and 4 to 5 cm wide compared with 12 cm × 8-cm leaves on the parent plant ‘Marble Queen’. ‘Pearls and Jade’ leaves display areas of white, gray, and green coloration in irregular

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Effects of a Gardening Program on the Academic Progress of …

Details: (Texas Education Agency, 2005). Science achievement was measured using a previously developed test instrument that was known to be reli-able (P = 0.82) and valid (Klemmer et al., 2005). Teachers administered the TAKS and science achievement tests to students at the end of the spring semester, after the garden curriculum

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ORT Crop Load Reduction and Fruit Size Following Multi-step …

Details: Research and Education Center, 2199 South Rock Rd., Ft. Pierce, FL 34945-3138. Postbloom chemical thinning of apple fruit is a standard practice to improve fruit size, increase return bloom, reduce biennial crop-ping and optimize crop value (Forshey, 1986; Williams and Edgerton, 1981). Since either excessive or inadequate thinning can be costly

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ORT Does Consumer Awareness of Neonicotinoid Insecticides …

Details: Education Center, University of Florida, 2725 S. Binion Road, Apopka, FL 32703 Additional index words. demand, in-store promotions, neonic, pollinator insects, survey, purchasing behavior Abstract. Consumer awareness of neonicotinoid (neonic) insecticides is growing (in part) due to increased publicity and media attention. Environmental groups

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