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Nichole F. Edelman and Michelle L. Jones

genotípica backgrounds affect yield and fruit shelf life of tomato hybrids Scientia Agricola 60 269 275 Dole, J.M. Zenaida, V. Fanelli, F.L. Fonteno, W. 2009 Postharvest evaluation of cut dahlia, linaria, lupine, poppy, rudbeckia, trachelium, and zinnia

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S.M. Schneider, B.D. Hanson, J.S. Gerik, A. Shrestha, T.J. Trout, and S. Gao

by a number of soilborne pests, including pathogens such as Pythium spp. and Verticillium dahlia ; nematodes such as lesion nematode ( Pratylenchus spp.), root-knot nematode, and dagger nematode ( Xiphinema spp.); and competition from a wide

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Christian A. Wyenandt, Landon H. Rhodes, Mark A. Bennett, and Richard M. Riedel

effective than fungicides for controlling leather rot of strawberry ( Ellis et al., 1998 ). In contrast, another study showed that soil diseases affecting tomato were not controlled by mulches. Soil populations of verticillium wilt ( Verticillium dahlia

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Yongjun Yue and John M. Ruter

. Among the ornamental plants, Chrysanthemum (187), Alstroemeria (35), Dahlia (34), Streptocarpus (30), Begonia (25), Dianthus (18), and Rhododendron (15) have been studied the most in mutation breeding ( Maluszynski et al., 1992 ). Mutation

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Justine Beaulieu, Bruk Belayneh, John D. Lea-Cox, and Cassandra L. Swett

totals for potted and cut flowers amounted to $150 million in 2019 ( USDA NASS, 2020 ). Phytopythium helicoides has been reported as a pathogen of several floriculture crops, including dahlia, miniature roses, begonia, and poinsettia ( Afandi et al