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Charles L. Rohwer and Vincent A. Fritz

was performed, and all plots were hand-weeded. Tomato harvest began on 25 Aug. 2014 and 11 Aug. 2015. Pink, light red, or red fruit {ripeness stage 4, 5, or 6 [ U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), 1975 ]} were harvested four times in 2014 (until 9

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Denise Neilsen, Gerry Neilsen, Sunghee Guak, and Tom Forge

leaf photosynthesis has been widely reported for fruiting relative to nonfruiting trees ( Wünsche and Ferguson, 2005 ). However, little increase in photosynthetic rate was observed for trees with greater than 12 fruit/m 2 leaf area ( Palmer et al

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Oleg Daugovish, Mark Gaskell, Miguel Ahumada, and Anna D. Howell

Mountains HortTechnology 20 996 1000 doi: 10.21273/HORTSCI.20.6.996 Finn, C. Strik, B. Peterson, M. Yorgey, B. Moore, P. Jones, P. Lee, J. Martin, R. 2018 ‘Kokanee’ primocane-fruiting red raspberry HortScience 53 380 383 doi: https

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Julie Graham, Mary Woodhead, Kay Smith, Joanne Russell, Bruce Marshall, Gavin Ramsay, and Geoff Squire

populations studied from 1996 to 2006. Seed collection, treatment, and germination. All red fruit was collected from the population at Site 12. Seeds were extracted from the flesh of the fruit by squashing onto filter paper discs, drying at room

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Meng Li, Huanhuan Zhi, and Yu Dong

/start of straw color and straw/pink transition stages resulted in reduced fruit cracking compared to two applications of GB spray twice at the straw/pink transition and light red stages. This explained why reducing the GB frequency from three times to one

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M. Joseph Stephens, Peter A. Alspach, Ron A. Beatson, Chris Winefield, and Emily J. Buck

several sources of firmness in raspberry have been identified ( Knight et al., 1989 ), including R. occidentalis , little has been published on the inheritance of fruit firmness, soluble solids, and acidity in red raspberries ( Barritt, 1982 ). A group of

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Andrew R. Jamieson

Lila’ consistently scores high for flavor, whereas ‘Wendy’ has more year-to-year variability as indicated by its higher sd . The red-ripe fruit of ‘AAC Lila’ are consistently rated as firm in flesh and skin when manually squeezed and abraded. When

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Qin Yang, Yan Fu, Yalan Liu, Tingting Zhang, Shu Peng, and Jie Deng

classification is far from comprehensive. Fig. 1. A branch of Hylocereus polyrhizus bearing two fruits at different stages of ripening ( Mizrahi et al., 2004 ). The red, ripe fruit originated from pollination with the pollen of Hylocereus undatus clones

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David M. Hunter, Frank Kappel, Harvey A. Quamme, W. Gordon Bonn, and Kenneth C. Slingerland

with a red blush on the sun-exposed fruit surface. After ripening at ≈20 °C, the skin develops a very attractive golden yellow ground color (RHS code 11A or 11B), whereas the blush on sun-exposed fruit surfaces becomes more orange than red. The skin is

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M. Joseph Stephens, Peter A. Alspach, Ron A. Beatson, Chris Winefield, and Emily J. Buck

Commercial red raspberry cultivars suited to machine-harvest and process markets need to have a high yield of good-quality fruit that is easily removed during the harvest operations. In the PNW, this has been achieved using the cultivar Meeker