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Noah J. Langenfeld and Bruce Bugbee

temperature. Materials and methods Meters Three hand-held DO meters were evaluated: the YSI 550A (YSI) was manufactured by Yellow Springs, Inc. (Yellow Springs, OH); the Sper 850048 (Sper), by Sper Scientific (Scottsdale, AZ); and the Roeam AR8210

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Jingran Lian, Yuyan Li, Haiying Li, Yuxin Chen, Sijie Wang, Juan Zhou, Chen Lian, and Yan Ao

Yellow-horn ( Xanthoceras sorbifolium Bunge) is a rare woody oil plant mainly distributed in China, with nutritious seeds that contain a high oil content in the seed kernels ( Xie and Zhang, 2018 ). It is suitable for both biodiesel production

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Prabin Tamang, Kaori Ando, William M. Wintermantel, and James D. McCreight

.S. desert southwest. The undetected presence of CCYV in Imperial Valley confounded field selection for resistance to CYSDV starting in 2014. Squash vein yellowing viru s (SqVYV; genus Ipomovirus , family Potyviridae), a whitefly-transmitted virus, was

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David H. Byrne and Natalie Anderson

elevation) has a mean monthly temperature of its coldest month of 10.7 °F and a chilling accumulation that is generally greater than 550 chilling units. The Fowler, CA site (36°38′ N latitude, 119°42′ W longitude, 92 m elevation) has a mean monthly

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Stephen J. Stringer, Arlen D. Draper, Donna A. Marshall, and James M. Spiers

rabbiteye blueberry cultivars in the region. Comparisons of flowering dates with that of known cultivars suggest that ‘Gupton’ has a chilling requirement of ≈500–550 h below 7 °C. ‘Gupton’ propagates readily from both softwood cuttings taken in late spring

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Aliya Momotaz, John W. Scott, and David J. Schuster

. Fang, D. Chen, J. 2000 Mapping a wild tomato introgression associated with tomato yellow leaf curl virus resistance in a cultivated tomato line J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 125 15 20 Hanson, P.M. Green, S

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D. Scott NeSmith and Mark K. Ehlenfeldt

height of 1.2 m with a canopy width of more than 0.6 m on 3-year-old plants grown in acidic soil (pH less than 5.2) with pine bark amendment. The non-glaucous foliage is attractive during the spring and summer months having an upper leaf surface color of

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Daike Tian and Ken Tilt

stalk 9 to 15 mm diameter. Petals and petaloid stamens 1000 to 1650 when grown in a pond or large ditch, reduced to 550 to 1000 when planted in containers; outer petals 30 to 55, 6.6 to 9.5 cm long × 2.5 to 6 cm wide, inner petals 2.1 to 7.5 cm long × 0

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Lucianne Braga Oliveira Vilarinho, Derly Jose Henriques da Silva, Ann Greene, Kara Denee Salazar, Cristiane Alves, Molly Eveleth, Ben Nichols, Sana Tehseen, Joseph Kalil Khoury Jr., Jodie V. Johnson, Steven A. Sargent, and Bala Rathinasabapathi

-controlled greenhouse at the University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. The cross ‘Bulgarian carrot’ × ‘Round of Hungary’ was made during Nov. 2010. F 1 seeds of a single fruit were harvested and grown in 11.4-L plastic containers during Spring 2011 and selfed to generate

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Jie Zeng, Ting Zhou, Donglin Zhang, and Wangxiang Zhang

dormancy, seeds were placed in a sandy medium, wrapped in gauze, and then stored outdoors for 1 month in a brick pond at −5 to −10 °C. In Spring 2012, they were sown in a seedbed containing sandy loam (width, 1.5 m; length, 50 m; depth 8.0–10.0 cm). Water