‘Kader’ Peach: A Processing Clingstone Peach with Improved Harvest Quality and Disease Resistance, Ripening in the ‘Dixon’ Maturity Season

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Corresponding author. E-mail: tmgradziel@ucdavis.edu.

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    Fruit maturity of ‘Kader’ relative to commercial canning clingstone peaches in California. In commercial production, the cultivar Dixon ripened ≈1 week after ‘Carson’ and 1 week before ‘Andross’. The production gap resulting from its removal from commercial planting is commonly known as the Dixon gap. ‘Kingsburg-Cling’ is an early ripening mutation of University of California at Davis cultivar Dr. Davis currently being test-planted as an alternative to cultivar Andross (California Canning Peach Association, 2017).

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    Pedigree of the ‘Kader’ peach. Seed parent is presented at the top. The origin of the pollen parent R,1-1 is unknown. The designation PI 292557 is from early breeder records and does not refer to the ARS GRIN database.

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    Fruit and stone morphology of ‘Kader’ peach (grid = 1 cm).

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