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Patrick P. Moore, Wendy Hoashi-Erhardt, Bruce Barritt, Thomas Sjulin, Jo Ann Robbins, Chad E. Finn, Robert R. Martin, and Michael Dossett

‘Cascade Gold’ is a new gold-fruited, floricane fruiting raspberry cultivar ( Rubus idaeus L.) jointly released by Washington State University (WSU), Oregon State University, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. It has been evaluated at Puyallup

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Michael Dossett, Jill M. Bushakra, Barbara Gilmore, Carol A. Koch, Chaim Kempler, Chad E. Finn, and Nahla V. Bassil

. Hackett, C. Powell, W. 2004 The construction of a genetic linkage map of red raspberry ( Rubus idaeus subsp. i daeus ) based on AFLPs, genomic-SSR and EST-SSR markers Theor. Appl. Genet. 109 704 749 Graham, J. Smith, K. Tierney, I. MacKenzie, K. Hackett

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Doina Clapa, Alexandru Fira, and Nirmal Joshee

’ ( Prunus cerasus × Prunus canescens ) is a dwarf cherry rootstock. Rubus idaeus , Rubus fruticosus , Vaccinium macrocarpon , and Vaccinium corymbosum as well as ‘Tayberry’ ( Rubus fruticosus × Rubus idaeus ) are important fruit shrubs. Lycium

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Chaim Kempler, Hugh A. Daubeny, Brian Harding, Tom Baumann, Chad E. Finn, Patrick P. Moore, Mark Sweeney, and Tom Walters

‘Saanich’ ( Fig. 1 ) is a new floricane-fruiting red raspberry ( Rubus idaeus L.) cultivar from the breeding program at the Pacific Agri-Food Research Center (PARC) of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC), Agassiz, B.C. ‘Saanich’ produces a

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Patrick P. Moore, Wendy Hoashi-Erhardt, Chad E. Finn, Robert R. Martin, and Michael Dossett

‘Cascade Harvest’ is a new floricane fruiting raspberry cultivar ( Rubus idaeus L.) jointly released by Washington State University (WSU), Oregon State University (OSU), and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). ‘Cascade Harvest’ produces a

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Pedro Brás de Oliveira, Maria José Silva, Ricardo B. Ferreira, Cristina M. Oliveira, and António A. Monteiro

. Soc. Hort. Sci. 124 507 513 Privé, J.P. Sullivan, J.A. Proctor, J.T.A. 1994 Carbon partitioning and translocation in primocane-fruiting red raspberries ( Rubus idaeus L.) J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 119

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Patrick P. Moore, Wendy Hoashi-Erhardt, Chad E. Finn, Robert R. Martin, and Michael Dossett

‘WSU 2166’ is a new floricane fruiting raspberry cultivar ( Rubus idaeus L.) released by Washington State University (WSU). ‘WSU 2166’ produces large, firm fruit that are well suited to machine harvesting and for processing. Because of its flavor

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Shahrokh Khanizadeh, Martine Deschênes, Claudine Dubé, Rong Tsao, Louis Gauthier, André Gosselin, and Yves Desjardins

‘Jeanne d'Orléans’ is a new late-season, floricane-fruiting red raspberry cultivar ( Rubus idaeus L.) released by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Horticulture Research and Development Center. Results from replicated trials in L'Acadie show

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Michael Dossett, Chaim Kempler, and Hugh Daubeny

BC 90-19-34 and BC 93-16-43 are red raspberry ( Rubus idaeus L.) selections from the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Pacific Agri-Food Research Center (AAFC-PARC) breeding program being released as germplasm available for breeding. These two

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Eric Hanson, Mike Von Weihe, Annemiek C. Schilder, Ann M. Chanon, and Joseph C. Scheerens

Identical trials were conducted in a multibay high tunnel and an adjacent open field in southwestern Michigan to compare primocane-fruiting cultivars (Autumn Britten, Caroline, Chinook, Heritage) and floricane-fruiting cultivars (Canby, Encore, Heritage, Nova) of red raspberry (Rubus idaeus). Floricane-fruiting plots of ‘Heritage’ were pruned to produce fruit on floricanes and primocanes (double cropping). The most productive cultivars in both environments were ‘Nova’ and ‘Canby’ (floricane) and ‘Caroline’ and ‘Heritage’ (primocane). These cultivars produced annual yields of 5.5 kg·m−1 row in the tunnel and 2.5 kg·m−1 row in the field. The order of primocane harvest (earliest to latest) was the same in the tunnel and field: ‘Autumn Britten’, ‘Caroline’, ‘Chinook’, and ‘Heritage’. Cultivars with the greatest average berry weight in the tunnel and field were Encore and Nova (floricane) and Autumn Britten and Caroline (primocane). ‘Chinook’ and ‘Autumn Britten’ tended to have the highest incidence of gray mold (Botrytis cinerea) of primocane-fruiting cultivars, but incidence was similar in floricane cultivars. Overall mold incidence was 1% in the tunnel and 13% in the field. Leaf spot (Sphaerulina rubi), cane anthracnose (Elsinoe veneta), spur blight (Didymella applanata), and botrytis cane blight (B. cinerea) were common in the field but absent in tunnel. Phytonutritional analyses of primocane fruit indicated that genotype differences were not consistent across the two environments. Relative cultivar characteristics (harvest season, yield, berry quality) were similar in the field and tunnels, but the tunnel environment tended to increase plant vigor, yield, and fruit quality and suppress several diseases.