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Jason D. Zurn, Katie A. Carter, Melinda H. Yin, Margaret Worthington, John R. Clark, Chad E. Finn, and Nahla Bassil

) and trailing dewberries (2 n = 2 x = 14) domesticated from diploid and tetraploid species from eastern North America. The second group is comprised of trailing blackberries generated from polyploid species from western North America, such as Rubus

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Lisa Wasko DeVetter, Suzette Galinato, Troy Kortus, and Jonathan Maberry

possibly increasing profitability by reducing labor costs of pruning and training. AY production is practiced in more than 60% of the trailing blackberry ( Rubus subgenus Rubus ) fields in Oregon ( Strik et al., 2007 ). Average yields were reduced by 20

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seedlings, depending on the clove oil concentration and time of application. Clove oil concentrations selected for further study did not consistently affect root-knot nematode population numbers on greenhouse-grown cucumber. Trailing Blackberries Grown

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Alisha L. Ruple, John R. Clark, and M. Elena Garcia

HortScience 38 260 262 Finn, C. 1996 Emasculated trailing blackberry flowers set some drupelets when not protected from cross-pollination HortScience 31 1035 Galletta, G.J. 1983 Pollen and seed

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Amanda J. Vance, Patrick Jones, and Bernadine C. Strik

market production system HortTechnology 25 277 292 Fernandez-Salvador, J. Strik, B.C. Zhao, Y. Finn, C.E. 2015b Trailing blackberry genotypes differ in yield and post-harvest fruit quality during establishment in an organic production system HortScience

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Ellen Thompson, Bernadine C. Strik, Chad E. Finn, Yanyun Zhao, and John R. Clark

regrowth in the off-year, has been used successfully to increase cane number and subsequent yield in alternate year production systems of trailing blackberry ( Bell et al., 1995 ). Harvest in the open field ended on 28 Oct., on average, as a result of rain

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Bernadine C. Strik and Gil Buller

trailing blackberry. II. Yield components and dry mass partitioning J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 122 611 615 Drake, C.A. Clark, J.R. 2003 Effects of pruning and cropping on field-grown primocane-fruiting blackberries HortScience 38 260 262 Jordan, D. Ince, J

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Syuan-You Lin and Shinsuke Agehara

Blackberry ( Rubus L. subgenus Rubus Watson) is a deciduous berry crop grown primarily in temperate regions. In recent years, the global blackberry industry has grown significantly, driven by increased consumer demand, year-round product

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Gayle M. Volk, James W. Olmstead, Chad E. Finn, and Jules Janick

originally described as a hybrid of ‘Uruguayan’ or a wild trailing blackberry from Uruguay with ‘Comanche’ erect blackberry. There are no native wild blackberries in Uruguay, and the maternal parent is presumed to be either ‘Boysen’ or a ‘Boysen’ seedling

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Doina Clapa, Alexandru Fira, and Nirmal Joshee

Physiol. Plant. 15 473 497 Najaf-Abadi, A.J. Hamidoghli, Y. 2009 Micropropagation of thornless trailing blackberry ( Rubus sp .) by axillary bud explants Austral. J. of Crop Science 3 191 194 Peek, D.R. Reed, T.D. 2008 Greenhouse transplant production