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    Foraging behavior, pollinator effectiveness and management potential of the New World squash bees Peponapis pruinosa and Xenoglossa strenua (Apidae: Eucerini). Blair

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      Sampson1,2*, Patricia R. Knight1, James H. Cane3, 1 Mississippi State University, Coastal Research and Extension Center, 1815 Popps Ferry Road, Biloxi, MS 39532 USA, 2 USDA- ARS Thad Cochran Southern Horticultural Research Laboratory, 810 Hwy 26 W, Poplarville, MS 39470, USA, 3 USDA-ARS Bee Biology and Systematics Laboratory, Logan, UT 84322-5310 USA (bsampson@msa- stoneville.ars.usda.gov).

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    Improving the Potential for Drought and Soil- borne Disease Tolerance in Muskmelon by Grafting. J.L. Jifon*, Texas A&M University, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Weslaco, TX 78596. (jljifon@agprg.tamu.edu).

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    Learning to use controlled-release nitrogen products for seepage-irrigated tomato. Kent Cushman*, Eric Simonne, Gene McAvoy, and Kelly Morgan University of Florida - IFAS - Southwest Florida Research & Education Center.(kcushman@ufl.edu).

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    Supplemental Foliar Potassium Fertilization Enhances Fruit Quality and Phytochemical Content of Muskmelon. J.L. Jifon1*, and G.E. Lester2; 1Fruit and Vegetable Improvement Center-Texas A&M University, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Weslaco, TX 78596, and 2USDA-ARS Subtropical Research Center, Weslaco, TX 78596. (jljifon@agprg.tamu.edu).

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    The Melons of Uzbekistan. Richard G. Snyder1 and David Nagel2*, 1Truck Crops Experiment Station, Mississippi State University, P.O Box 231, Crystal Springs, MS 39059; 2Plant & Soil Sciences Department, Mississippi State University, Box 9555, Mississippi State, MS 39762. (davidn@ext.msstate.edu).

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    Herbs as Potential High-value Crops for Mississippi. V.D. Zheljazkov*1, C. Coker2, W. Evans3, and W. Ebelhar4. 1NMREC Verona, MS, 4Delta Research and Extension Center Stoneville, MS, 2Coastal Research and Extension Center, 3Mississippi Truck Crops Branch Experiment Station, Crystal Springs, MS. (vj40@pss.msstate.edu)

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    Lemon Grass as an Essential Oil Crop for Mississippi. V.D. Zheljazkov (Jeliazkov)*. North Mississippi Research and Extension Center, Verona, MS, 38879 (vj40@pss.msstate.edu)




Bioprospecting of American mayapple. V.D. Z h e l j a z k o v * 1 , R . M . M o r a e s 2 , V . M a d d o x 3 a n d 1. 1 Mississippi State University, North A.M. Jones

Mississippi Research and Extension Center, Verona, MS, 38879, 2National Center for Natural Products Research, School of Pharmacy, The University of Mississippi, University, MS 38677, 3Mississippi State University, GeoResources Institute, P.O. Box 9555, Mississippi State, MS 39762 (vj40@pss.msstate.edu)

Monday, February 5, 2007



Convention Center,

Prefunction/Upper Concourse


Christine Coker

Poster Viewing Sunday 12:00 pm – Monday 3:00 pm Take-down: Monday, after Business Meeting and by 4:00 pm


Room: Presiding:

Riverview, Mobile Ball Room II David Nagel

Morning Session

8:00 am

8:15 am

8:30 am

Nutrient Management for Organic Greenhouse Production of Potted Herbs, Teresa Olczyk*, Y. Li, Y. Qian, G. Hochmuth, R. Hochmuth, E. Simonne, D. Treadwell, L. Osborne and R. Sprenkel, UF IFAS, Gainesville, FL 32611-0690 (twol@ufl.edu) Romaine Cultivar Evaluations in NC, W.R."Bill" Jester and C.B. Taylor, 202 Cunningham Road, Department of Horticulture Science, North Carolina State University, Kinston, NC 28504 (bill_jester@ncsu.edu) Results of the Texas Statewide Watermelon Variety Trials. Juan R. Anciso*, Larry Stein, Stephen King, Russ Wallace, and Robert Whitney. Texas Cooperative Extension, 2401 East Highway 83, Weslaco, TX 78596. (j- anciso@tamu.edu)


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