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James C. Fulton and Mark E. Uchanski

, 1973 , 1975 ), “bitter pit” ( Eijsinga et al., 1973 ), and “pepper spot” ( Stolk and Maaswinkel, 1977 ) are different names that have been used in the literature to describe what is likely the same physiological disorder of peppers. This disorder

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Steven McArtney, Dick Unrath, J.D. Obermiller, and Ann Green

bear regularly ( Jonkers, 1979 ). Fruit from light-cropping trees can develop a higher incidence of the calcium-related storage disorder bitter pit ( Ferguson and Watkins, 1992 ). A successful chemical thinning program will normally result in adequate

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Xiaoli Ma, Xuefeng Liu, Pingwei Xiang, Shichun Qiu, Xiangcheng Yuan, and Mei Yang

research on fruit cracking of pomegranate ( Bakeer, 2016 ), sunburn of apple ( Lötze et al., 2018 ), top rot in persimmon ( Tang et al., 2013 ), jujube fruit-shrink disease ( Zhang et al., 2019 ), and apple bitter pit ( Wallace and Jones, 2015 ). They found

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Heidi Hargarten, Sumyya Waliullah, Lee Kalcsits, and Loren A. Honaas

, then stored at –80 °C. Four samples, in biological triplicate (a total of 12 observations—where each replicate was a pool of tissues from 10 fruits) represent peel and cortical tissues each from fruit with and without bitter pit lesions. RNA was

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Gerry H. Neilsen, Denise Neilsen, Sung-hee Guak, and Tom Forge

fruit trees. Wiley, New York, NY Ferguson, I.B. Watkins, C.B. 1992 Crop load affects mineral concentrations and incidence of bitter pit in ‘Cox’s Orange Pippin’ apple fruit J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 117 373 376 Hansen, P. 1973 The effect of cropping on

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Cindy B.S. Tong, Hsueh-Yuan Chang, Jennifer K. Boldt, Yizhou B. Ma, Jennifer R. DeEll, Renae E. Moran, Gaétan Bourgeois, and Dominique Plouffe

, orchard factors and storage disorders J. Sci. Food Agr. 26 1807 1817 Prange, R. DeLong, J. Nichols, D. Harrison, P. 2011 Effect of fruit maturity on the incidence of bitter pit, senescent breakdown, and other post-harvest disorders in ‘Honeycrisp’™ apple J

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Thomas M. Kon and James R. Schupp

heuristic was the most severe thinning treatment, as 88% of fruit were greater than 3.25 inches in diameter and 44% were greater than 3.5 inches in diameter ( Fig. 4 ). ‘Honeycrisp’ is susceptible to bitter pit and several other postharvest disorders, and

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Renae E. Moran, Jennifer R. DeEll, and William Halteman

, diphenylamine, and pre-storage delay effects on soft scald, soggy breakdown and bitter pit of ‘Honeycrisp’ apples Postharvest Biol. Technol. 32 213 221

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Charles G. Embree, Marina T.D. Myra, Douglas S. Nichols, and A. Harrison Wright

Controlling bitter pit in ‘Honeycrisp’ apples HortTechnology 14 342 349 SAS Institute Inc 1996 SAS Version 8.2 Cary, NC SAS Institute Inc Schupp, J.R. 2003 Effects of chemical thinners on fruit set, yield

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Rachel Leisso, Ines Hanrahan, and Jim Mattheis

.A. Jayanty, S.S. Beaudry, R.M. 2004 Storage temperature, diphenylamine, and pre-storage delay effects on soft scald, soggy breakdown, and bitter pit of ‘Honeycrisp’ apples Postharvest Biol. Technol. 32 213 221 Watkins, C.B. Iungerman, K.A. Beaudry, R.M. Moran