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Ricardo Goenaga

study lasting 10 years (5 years of fruit production), Goenaga and Jenkins (2011) found considerable genetic diversity among rambutan cultivars for economically important traits such as fruit production, yield, total soluble solids, and fruit

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Chad E. Finn, Andrew L. Thomas, Patrick L. Byers, and Sedat Serçe

effects or that compared the two species for horticultural characteristics. The main objective of this study was to determine the G × E interaction for yield and phenological traits for four S. canadensis genotypes (‘Adams II’, ‘Gordon B’, ‘Johns’, and

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Vincent M. Russo and James Shrefler

There is information on production of bunching onions under field conditions ( Anonymous, 2002 ; Boyhan et al., 2009 ; Hodges, 2004 ). Expected yields from field production are ≈10,000 to 12,300 kg·ha −1 ( Anonymous, 2002 ) equating to ≈1 to 1

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Shengrui Yao, Robert Heyduck, and Steven Guldan

20 kg·ha −1 P, and 25 to 30 kg·ha −1 K. Fertilizer and rate varied slightly from site to site according to fertilizer availability. Tree performance, yield, and fruit characteristics. Trees were evaluated for fruiting status, and fruit number was

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Mark G. Hutton and David T. Handley

completely overcome the area's climatic disadvantages. Selection of cultivars that can produce good yields of high-quality bell peppers under these relatively difficult conditions is essential for the commercial success of this crop in northern climates. The

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Karen Inge Theron, Human Steenkamp, and Willem Jacobus Steyn

this study was to evaluate the efficacy of chemical thinners, i.e., ACC and 6-BA applied at the fruitlet stage to various japanese plum cultivars on fruit set, yield, and fruit quality. ACC is a precursor of ethylene and increases ethylene production

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Shengrui Yao, Steve Guldan, Robert Flynn, and Carlos Ochoa

’ tolerance to high-pH soil, determine yield potential in high-pH soil, and compare two perennial planting systems for high-elevation areas in the Southwest. Material and Methods On 5 May 2011, 16 strawberry cultivars were planted with two planting system

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María Teresa Ariza, Carmen Soria, Juan Jesús Medina-Mínguez, and Elsa Martínez-Ferri

), providing higher yields compared with field production systems ( Faedi and Baruzzi, 2003 ; López-Aranda, 2008 ; López-Aranda et al., 2003 ; Salamé-Donoso et al., 2010 ). The use of tunnels has an additional benefit by promoting early fruit and therefore

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Andre Luiz Biscaia Ribeiro da Silva, Joara Secchi Candian, Elizanilda Ramalho do Rego, Timothy Coolong, and Bhabesh Dutta

on cabbage are characterized by V-shaped chlorotic lesions at the leaf margin, followed by necrosis and darkened veins that consequently reduce movement of water and nutrients through xylem tissues, reducing cabbage yield and head quality ( Vicente

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Jasim Uddain, Sanzida Islam Tripti, Mohammad Shah Jahan, Nasrin Sultana, Md Jahedur Rahman, and Sreeramanan Subramaniam

of the management practices for squash cultivation that increases the quantity of marketable yield harvested in the first cut, indicating that fruit maturity was also advanced ( Devi and Varma, 2014 ). Varieties of summer squash such as zucchini are