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Kathleen Delate, Andrea McKern, Robert Turnbull, James T.S. Walker, Richard Volz, Allan White, Vincent Bus, Dave Rogers, Lyn Cole, Natalie How, Sarah Guernsey, and Jason Johnston

found that integrated production was more successful than organic at controlling bitter pit disorder, but there were no differences in juiciness, sweetness, tartness, off flavor, or titratable acids between production systems either at harvest or after

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Jaume Lordan, Anna Wallis, Poliana Francescatto, and Terence L. Robinson

supply calcium and reduce bitter pit in ‘Golden Delicious’ apples Scientia Hort. 217 179 188 Vercammen, J. 1999 Dossier Poire (2eme partie)-Systemes de plantation et de taille pour le poirier Conference Fruit Belge 67 479 70 80 Walsh, C.S. Ottesen, A

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Jaume Lordan, Anna Wallis, Poliana Francescatto, and Terence L. Robinson

supply calcium and reduce bitter pit in ‘Golden Delicious’ apples Scientia Hort. 217 179 188 USDA 2018 Natural Resources Conservation Service, United States Department of Agriculture. Web Soil Survey. 19 Mar. 2018. < https

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Bhaskar Bondada

, C.V.T. Steffens, A. Santos, A. Mitcham, E. 2014 Relationship between xylem functionality, calcium content and the incidence of bitter pit in apple fruit Sci. Hort. 165 319 323 Mullendore, D.L. Windt, C.W. As, H.V. Knoblauch, M. 2010 Sieve tube

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Juan Pablo Fernández-Trujillo, Javier Obando, Juan Antonio Martínez, Antonio Luis Alarcón, Iban Eduardo, Pere Arús, and Antonio José Monforte

the placental fruit tissue and developed through peripheral mesocarp tissue to give the flesh a translucent aspect and dark-brown color ( Fig. 2E ). NILs SC8-4 and SC10-2 also showed more symptoms of flesh spots or bitter pit as a manifestation of a

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John Cline, Gerry Neilsen, Eugene Hogue, Shawn Kuchta, and Denise Neilsen

excessive ( British Columbia Ministry of Agriculture and Lands, 2007 ; W. Wolk, personal communication). Although unrelated to treatment, significant amounts of bitter pit were observed when trees began fruiting in 2002. This is likely a function of low

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R. Karina Gallardo, Kara Grant, David J. Brown, James R. McFerson, Karen M. Lewis, Todd Einhorn, and Mario Miranda Sazo

improved uptake of calcium and other nutrients from the soil, thereby benefiting tree health and potentially improving control of physiological disorders like bitter pit ( Robinson et al., 2013 ). “Postharvest handling” was not significantly different in

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Aidan Kendall, Carol A. Miles, Travis R. Alexander, Edward Scheenstra, and Gabriel T. LaHue

physiological drought response, fruit size, and bitter pit development for ‘Honeycrisp’ apple Plants 9 874 https://doi.org/3390/plants9070874 Roby, G. Harbertson, J.F. Adams, D.A. Matthews, M.A. 2004 Berry size and vine water deficits as factors

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Ibrahim I. Tahir and Hilde Nybom

, sorted for uniform size and absence of blemishes including bitter pit, and divided into four subsamples (30 fruits in each of the three blocks, i.e., 90 fruits per cultivar). One of the subsamples was placed in cold air (+2 °C and 90% RH), one each in two

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Nana Millicent Duduzile Buthelezi, Tieho Paulus Mafeo, and Nhlanhla Mathaba

bitter pit Agr. Sci. Technol. 11 82 85 West, T. Sullivan, R. Seavert, C. Castagnoli, S. 2012 Enterprise budgets apples, medium density, north central region. Oregon State Univ. Ext. Factsheet AEB0024 Wiman, N.G. Dalton, D.T. Anfora, G. Biondi, A. Chiu, J