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Nina R.F. Castillo, Barbara M. Reed, Julie Graham, Felicidad Fernández-Fernández, and Nahla Victor Bassil

to differentiate between ‘Tillamook’ and ‘Cascade’ may not be surprising (C. Finn, personal communication). ‘Cascade’ was released in 1940 by the USDA-ARS blackberry breeding program in Corvallis. This old trailing blackberry cultivar could have

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David Mettler and Harlene Hatterman-Valenti

trailing ‘Siskiyou’ blackberry in the eastern United States HortTechnology 18 575 582 Takeda, F. Glenn, D.M. Tworkoski, T. 2013 Rotating cross-arm trellis technology for blackberry production J. Berry Res. 3 25 40 doi: 10.3233/JBR-130044 Takeda, F. Phillips

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Carlee Steppe, Sandra B. Wilson, Zhanao Deng, Keri Druffel, and Gary W. Knox

borne on long axillary peduncles ≈30 mm in length. If present, blackberry-like fruit is drupe, each having one seed and up to two embryos. In Australia, Johnson (2007) reported two forms (cultivated and wild) of trailing lantana differing in their

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Bernadine C. Strik

practices for organic production of trailing blackberry.II. Accumulation and loss of biomass and nutrients HortScience 49 35 43 Hart, J. Strik, B.C. Rempel, H. 2006a Caneberries. Nutrient management guide. Ore. State Univ. Ext. Serv., EM8903-E. 9 Dec. 2014

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Abigail R. Debner, Harlene Hatterman-Valenti, and Fumiomi Takeda

-node hardwood blackberry cuttings. The two FF blackberry cultivars evaluated included the thorny, trailing Siskiyou ( Finn et al., 1999 ) and the thornless, semi-erect Triple Crown. Cuttings were taken from plants established in 2002 that were growing at the U

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Fumiomi Takeda, Thomas Tworkoski, Chad E. Finn, and Charles C. Boyd

’ with their base submersed in water and stored in sealed plastic bags (F. Takeda, personal observation). Flower bud initiation in blackberry occurs in the fall. Floral primordia in trailing blackberry (e.g., ‘Siskiyou’) differentiate in the fall, but

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Brent Black, James Frisby, Kimberly Lewers, Fumiomi Takeda, and Chad Finn

trailing blackberry included in the study, and not surprisingly, based on work by Takeda et al. (2002) , it was in the lowest 20% for GDH to bloom ( Table 6 ). Several black raspberries were included in this study and although they all were originally from

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Ivan dos Santos Pereira, Luciano Picolotto, Michél Aldrighi Gonçalves, Gerson Kleinick Vignolo, and Luis Eduardo Corrêa Antunes

between cultivar groups of erect, semierect, and trailing blackberries. ‘Tupy’ had a greater yield than ‘Xavante’ in the three years of this study ( Fig. 5 ) as has been previously reported ( Antunes et al., 2014 ; Pereira et al., 2009 ; Pereira et al

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Bernadine C. Strik, John R. Clark, Chad E. Finn, and Gil Buller

-fruiting blackberries HortScience 40 852 855 Clark, J.R. Perkins-Veazie, P. 2011 ‘APF-45’ primocane-fruiting blackberry HortScience 46 670 673 Cortell, J.M. Strik, B.C. 1997 Effect of floricane number in ‘Marion' trailing blackberry. II. Yield components and dry mass

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Javier Fernandez-Salvador, Bernadine C. Strik, and David R. Bryla

Fertilizer practices in blackberry ( Rubus L. subgenus Rubus Watson) are routinely adjusted based on leaf tissue analysis ( Hart et al., 2006 ). N is the predominant nutrient applied to trailing blackberry, and the best growth and yield are