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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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Dalyn McCauley, Alexander Levin, and Lloyd Nackley

white cubes (left) are inner and outer steel tanks for the lysimeters: 3.25 ft wide × 5.0 ft long × 5.5 ft deep. These were installed under rows of trailing blackberry (right) at Oregon State University, North Willamette Research and Extension Center

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Ksenija Gasic and John E. Preece

floricanes and good primocane productivity in moderate summer temperature climates. Black Magic ™ . See APF-77. Columbia Star. Thornless trailing blackberry with firm uniformly shaped and sized fruit that are machine harvestable and comparable to Marion for

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Bernadine C. Strik, Gil Buller, and Julie M. Tarara

Bell, N. Strik, B. Martin, L. 1995 Effect of date of primocane suppression on ‘Marion’ trailing blackberry. I. Yield components J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 120 21 24 Bergez, J.-E. Dupraz, C. 1997 Transpiration rate of Prunus avium L. seedlings inside an

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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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Bernadine C. Strik and Amanda J. Vance

management practices for organic production of trailing blackberry.II. Accumulation and loss of biomass and nutrients HortScience 49 35 43 Hart, J. Hanson, E. Strik, B. 1992 Nutrient management. In: M.P. Pritts and J.F. Hancock (eds.). Highbush Blueberry

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Bernadine C. Strik, Amanda J. Vance, and Chad E. Finn

blueberry production in Washington State HortTechnology 25 796 804 Fernandez-Salvador, J. Strik, B.C. Zhao, Y. Finn, C.E. 2015 Trailing blackberry genotypes differ in yield and post-harvest fruit quality during establishment in an organic production system

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Syuan-You Lin and Shinsuke Agehara

. 2013. Each plot (experiment unit) consisted of six plants. Plants were spaced at 0.61 m within a row and 1.83 m between rows, and they were grown under a 40% black shadecloth to reduce fruit damage caused by excessive heat and rain. For trailing

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John R. Clark and Chad E. Finn

veneta ); resistant to orange rust ( Gymnoconia nitens ). Newberry. Thorny, trailing blackberry with high quality fruit that are similar in color and shape to ‘Boysen’ but that “bleed” much less in fresh market handling. Origin: USDA-ARS, Corvallis