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Zienab F.R. Ahmed and Jiwan P. Palta

is now used for quality evaluation by the industry. Fruits are considered marketable as long as the peel color is mostly yellow with very little brown spots up to stage 6. Ripened banana fruit goes from marketable to unmarketable within 1–3 d. Thus

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Justine E. Vanden Heuvel and Carolyn J. DeMoranville

and is being planted with greater frequency in Massachusetts ( Roper, 1999 ). Little attempt has been made to document the growth of both fruit and vines in a modern commercial cranberry production setting. Chandler (1952) originally described the

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David H. Byrne and Natalie Anderson

Delight One’ has a cream white flesh and ground color, whereas ‘Smooth Delight Two’ has yellow flesh and ground color when ripe with little tendency toward browning. Both have a 70% to 90% light red to dark red over color with many degrees of shading and

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Qi Zhang, Andy Medina, and Christopher Lyerly

pumpkin fruit are rich in potassium, fiber, and carotenes. As a common Halloween symbol, pumpkins bring economic prosperity to commercial pumpkin growers, rural farmers, and innumerable gardeners throughout the fall months ( Robinson and Decker

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Molly Felts, Renee T. Threlfall, and Margaret L. Worthington

acidity of the flesh, and the shape. The most common flesh colors are white and yellow, and the exterior of the fruit can have a blush (red hue), which sometimes continues into the flesh near the pit or skin. The most common peach and nectarine shape in

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Lexie McClymont, Ian Goodwin, Desmond Whitfield, Mark O’Connell, and Susanna Turpin

and red pear cultivars with the aim of creating demand domestically and internationally, particularly in Asian markets. Early yields and fruit quality will be important factors determining returns on such investments ( Stott et al., 2018 ; Tomkins

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David Karp

, flat, tomato-shaped plum, with dark brown, hard flesh, purplish-red skin, and a small stone…sometimes eatable and sometimes classed as good when grown in the hot, dry climates of the interior valleys of California.” It was not a “perfect fruit to begin

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John R. Stommel

; Pandolfini et al., 2009 ). Small/miniature sweet peppers are a rapidly growing class of specialty peppers ( Burfield, 2016 ). The peppers are popular among consumers because of their versatility, snackability, vibrant red, orange and yellow mature fruit

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Fang Geng, Renae Moran, Michael Day, William Halteman, and Donglin Zhang

little effect on shoot growth of tobacco, but at higher intensity, it enhances shoot growth compared with red or yellow light ( Seibert et al., 1975 ). At low intensity, red light produces the greatest proliferation rate, but under higher intensity, red

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Kevin M. Crosby, John L. Jifon, Benigno Villalon, and Daniel I. Leskovar

’ were smaller than those of ‘Tula’ but equal in size to ‘Grande’ fruit. In addition, ‘TAM Dulcito’ fruit produced very little anthocyanin compared with fruit of ‘Grande’ and ‘Mitla’ (data not shown). This purple–black pigment is undesirable for jalapeño