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Jie Zhang, Hong-yan Liu, Xin-yu Qi, Ya-nan Li, and Ling Wang

single flower color ( Wang et al., 2013 ). In recent years, hybridization of wild I. sanguinea has resulted in successful breeding of numerous, colorful flowering cultivars. These new hybridized cultivars include Zidie, a rose–purple cultivar ( Dong et

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Xun Chen, Nai-xin Liu, Li-juan Fan, Yu Du, and Ling Wang

natural population. The flowers of I. sanguinea are mainly violet (RHS N88A), whereas I. sanguinea f. albiflora is white (RHS N155C). In recent years, some new flower colors and shapes of cultivars, such as ‘Zi Die’ ( Dong et al., 2014 ), ‘Beautiful

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Pinchas Spiegel-Roy, Aliza Vardi, Yosef Yaniv, Luba Fanberstein, Avraham Elhanati, and Nir Carmi

; Talon et al., 1992 ; Varoquaux et al., 2000 ). We have observed that, in the absence of pollination, the two lemon cultivars, Eureka and Villafranca, tend to set parthenocarpic fruits. Material and Methods To obtain seedless ‘Eureka’ and

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Lijuan Fan, Yu Gao, Karl H. Hasenstein, and Ling Wang

a fairly uniform blue-violet color ( Wang and Wang, 2017 ). In the past few years, some new cultivars have been developed, such as ‘Forest Fairy’ ( Kuwantai et al., 2018 ), ‘Dream of the Butterfly’ ( Zhao et al., 2018 ), and ‘NEFU’ ( Qi et al., 2020

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Junhai Niu, Qingyun Leng, Guiyu Li, Shaohua Huang, Shisong Xu, and Xinge Lin

2000s, the Tropical Crops Genetic Resources Institute, Chinese Academy of Tropical Agricultural Sciences (TCGRI-CATAS) launched breeding programs to develop new cut anthurium cultivars adapted to the South China climate. ‘Victory Flag’, presented here

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Yongxia Zhang, Qingquan Liu, Yinjie Wang, Yongheng Yang, Ting Zhang, Haiying Tong, Wenjie An, Suzhen Huang, and Haiyan Yuan

China. To extend the flowering period, we released three new I. germanica cultivars, Autumnal Moon, Purple Canary, and Butter Baby, in 2019 that were characterized by attractive flowers and blooming in the early March. They belong to the Standard Dwarf

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Xin-yu Qi, Li-juan Fan, Yu Gao, Yuhan Shang, Hong-yan Liu, and Ling Wang

‘Bandie’ ( Wang and Wang, 2017 ), ‘Forest Fairy’ ( Kuwantai et al., 2018 ), and ‘Dream of the Butterfly’ ( Zhao et al., 2018 ). In 2011, a new I. sanguinea cultivar was selected from the hybrids of I. sanguinea (flower color RHS N88A) × I. sanguinea

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Aerdake Kuwantai, Yu-jia Liu, Zong-zhe Wan, Hong-yan Liu, and Ling Wang

low temperature frozen soil down to −30 °C ( Cai et al., 2016 ). The flower of I. sanguinea comes mainly in blue violet (RHS N88A) ( Wang and Wang, 2017 ). In 2017, a new light violet (RHS 85C) I. sanguinea cultivar Forest Fairy resulted from the

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Dan E. Parfitt, Craig E. Kallsen, Brent Holtz, and Joseph Maranto

‘Lost Hills’ is a new female pistachio ( Pistacia vera L.) cultivar released by the California Agricultural Experiment Station in 2005. The nuts mature uniformly and are harvested from 1 to 2 weeks earlier than ‘Kerman’. In-shell nut yields

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Duane W. Greene and Wesley R. Autio

There is a general increase in interest in planting new apple cultivars. Promising new apple cultivars have been identified from around the world and from breeding programs in Arkansas, British Columbia, New York, New Jersey and the PRI Program. Trees were propagated and planted in a cultivar evaluation block at the University of Massachusetts Horticultural Research Center. Fruit assessment consisted of laboratory analysis and visual and sensory evaluation. Fruit were rated and several cultivars were identified as showing extreme promise and being worthy of further evaluation. These apple cultivars include: Sansa, Ginger Gold, Honeycrisp, BC 8M 15-10, BC 17-30, Arlet (Swiss Gourmet), NY 75414-1, NY 429, Golden Supreme and SunCrisp (NJ 55). The strong and weak points of each cultivars will be discussed.