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1 2 The Influence of Cultivar and Shoot Position on Return Bloom, Nut Quality, Non- structural Carbohydrate Concentration, Organically Bound Nitrogen and Potassium Concentration of Pecan. Charles T. Rohla1*, Michael W. Smith2, Niels O. Maness2 and William Reid3, 1The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc. Ardmore Oklahoma, 73401, Department of Horticulture & Landscape Architecture, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078, 3Department of Horticulture and Forestry, Kansas State University. (ctrohla@noble.org). Regulation of flowering in olives under mild temperatures. Nasir S.A. Malik* and Joe M. Bradford, Kika Dela Garza Subtropical Agricultural Research Center, USDA-ARS, 2413 Hwy 83 Weslaco, TX 78596. (nmalik@weslaco.ars.usda.gov) First Year Vigor of Primocane Fruiting Blackberries from the University of Arkansas Breeding Program Grown in Kentucky. Jeremiah D. Lowe1*, Kirk W. Pomper1, John R. Clark2, and John G. Strang3. Atwood Research Facility, Land Grant Program, Kentucky State University, Frankfort, KY 40601. 2Fruit Culture & Breeding, 316 Plant Science Bldg. University of Arkansas Fayetteville AR 72701. 3Department of Horticulture, N-318 Agricultural Sciences North, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40546. (jeremy.lowe@kysu.edu) Weed Control and Economic Considerations of Flame Cultivation in Pawpaw Orchards. Kirk W. Pomper* and Sheri B. Crabtree. Atwood Research Facility, Land Grant Program, Kentucky State University, Frankfort, KY 40601. (kirk.pomper@kysu.edu) Varietal Preference and Vineyard Distribution of Japanese Beetles in a Field Choice Study. Sanjun Gu, Angela Whitehouse and Kirk W. Pomper*. Atwood Research Facility, Land Grant Program, Kentucky State University, Frankfort, KY 40601. ( k i r k . p o m p e r @ k y s u . e d u ) E u d o r a , a N e w F r e s h M a r k e t M u s c a d i n e Grape Cultivar. Stephen J. Stringer1*, Dennis J. Gray2, and James M. Spiers1, 1USDA-ARS Thad Cochran Southern Horticulture Laboratory Poplarville, MS 39470, 2University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Apopka, FL 32703. (sjstringer@ars.usda.gov)

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Vegetable Crops 21U. Nitrogen mineralization in greenhouse turnips (Brassica campestris L.) amended with compost and organic fertilizer. Rachel Ben-Avraham*, Danielle Treadwell and Mike Alligood, Department of Horticultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 33611. (rachba@ufl.edu). 22G. Changes in Cell Wall Degrading Enzyme Activity and Bulb Firmness During Storage of Onion. Timothy W. Coolong* and William M. Randle, Dept. of Horticulture, The University of Georgia Athens, GA 30602. (tcoolong@uga.edu). 23G. Product Development and Optimization of a Soy Concept Food. A. Samala*, P.C. Coggins, M.W. Schilling Department of Food Science, Nutrition and Health Promotion Mississippi State University, Stone Blvd., Box 9805, Mississippi State, MS 39762-9805 (as337@msstate.edu). 24G. Nitrogen Mineralization from Organic Amendments Approved for Use in Organic Transplant Production. Alejandra Sierra1*, Danielle Treadwell1, Eric Simonne1 and Donald Graetz2. 1Department of Horticultural Science,

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        O. Box 110690, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611-0690. 2Soil and Water Science Department, P.O. Box 110510, Univ of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611-0510. (iasierra@ufl.edu).

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    Control of Mildew in Winter Squash. A.H. Beany1*, K. Pernezny2, P. J. Stoffella1, N. Havranek2, and J. Sanchez2. 1University of Florida, IFAS, Indian River Research and Education Center, 2199 South Rock Road, Fort Pierce, Florida 34945-3138, USA. 2University of Florida, IFAS, Everglades Research and Education Center, 3200 East Palm Beach Road, Belle Glade, Florida 33430-4702, USA. (ahbeany@ufl.edu).

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    Effects of Deficit Irrigation on Water Use Efficiency and Fruit Quality of Drip-Irrigated Muskmelon. J.L. Jifon*, J. Enciso and Bob Wiedenfeld; Texas A&M University, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Weslaco, TX

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      (jljifon@agprg.tamu.edu).

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    Enzymatic Conversion and Fermentation of Sweetpotato. Paul W. Wilson1*, Don R. Labonte1, Gloria B. McClure1, and Arthur O. Villordon2, 1Horticulture Department, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, 2LSU AgCenter Sweet Potato Research Station,130 Sweet Potato Road, Post Office Box 120, Chase, LA (pwwilson@lsu.edu).

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