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C. Fred Andrus

compiled an outstanding record of accomplishment. He worked on diseases of bean, pea, tomato, watermelon, and cantaloupe. His cultivar releases included the cantaloupe cultivar Gulfstream; the tomato cultivars Southland, Homestead, and Homestead No. 2; the

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Michael J. Mahovic, Rajya Shukla, Renée M. Goodrich-Schneider, Michael V. Wood, Jeffrey K. Brecht, and Keith R. Schneider

HortTechnology 15 831 836 10.21273/HORTTECH.15.4.0831 Annous, B.A. Burke, A. Sites, J.E. 2004 Surface pasteurization of whole fresh cantaloupes inoculated with Salmonella Poona or Escherichia coli J. Food Prot. 67 1876 1885 10.4315/0362-028X-67

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Yukari Murakami, Yoshihiko Ozaki, and Hidemi Izumi

counts in the peel and flesh of persimmons. Treatment with hot water at 76–85 °C for 1.5–6 min has been shown to effectively reduce microorganisms on cantaloupes ( Fan et al., 2008 ; Solomon et al., 2006 ). The heating treatment at 100 °C for 45 s during

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Jack E. Staub, James D. McCreight, and Juan E. Zalapa

Cornell Univ Ithaca, NY Mohr, H.C. Knavel, D.E. 1966 Progress in the development of short-internode (bush) cantaloupes HortScience 1 16 Paris, H.S. Burger, Y. Nerson, H. Edelstein, M. 1989 Qalya—A new muskmelon hybrid for export Hassadeh 69 434 435 Paris

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harvest date or fruit weight at harvest. RAINFALL CAPTURE REDUCES SUPPLEMENTAL WATER NEEDS OF TEXAS CANTALOUPES The least efficient use of supplemental water for cantaloupe production in Texas is the preplant irrigation used to

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James D. McCreight and William M. Wintermantel

account for ≈5% of the world production of melons ( Dhillon et al., 2011 ). Arizona and California are the major producers of cantaloupe and honeydew melons in the United States. These states accounted for 80% of the area planted to cantaloupe (30,809 ha

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Mohsen Hatami, Siamak Kalantari, Forouzandeh Soltani, and John C. Beaulieu

uniquely fragrant and musky aroma ( Aubert and Pitrat, 2006 ; Shu et al., 1995 ), and a whitish and insipid pulp that is barely edible ( Raghami et al., 2013 ). The fragrance of the melon has been generally described as a mix of cantaloupe, pineapple, and

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Yukari Murakami, Yoshihiko Ozaki, and Hidemi Izumi

reported that hot water treatment at 76 °C for 3 min reduced the microbial population of cantaloupe. During storage in air, counts of mesophiles of persimmon slices increased to 6.4 log cfu·g −1 by Day 4. The high CO 2 (10%, 15%, and 20%) CA reduced the

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Margarita Velandia, Karen L. DeLong, Annette Wszelaki, Susan Schexnayder, Christopher Clark, and Kimberly Jensen

lanatus ), and pumpkin ( Cucurbita pepo ), with 34%, 11%, and 8% of the total acres reported in tomato, pumpkin, and watermelon production, respectively. Strawberry ( Fragaria × ananassa ), tomato, watermelon, and cantaloupe ( Cucumis melo var

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Examines Use of GAPs Recent Listeria and E. coli outbreaks in cantaloupes and strawberries are bringing greater scrutiny of direct market growers’ on-farm food safety practices. Hultberg et al. (p. 83) used a mail survey and farm visits to assess