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Erin M.R. Clark, John M. Dole, Alicain S. Carlson, Erin P. Moody, Ingram F. McCall, Frankie L. Fanelli, and William C. Fonteno

Each year a wide variety of new cultivars and species are evaluated in the National Cut Flower Trial Programs administered by North Carolina State University and the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers. These new cultivars are tested at

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Craig E. Kallsen and Dan E. Parfitt

block trial (three blocks, four to six trees per cultivar/block) established near Buttonwillow CA in 2007. This trial is located near the center of the major U.S. pistachio-growing region. Description Tree. ‘Gumdrop’ is a large, vigorous tree on UCB1

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Nicholas D. Warren, Rebecca G. Sideman, and Richard G. Smith

environments encountered in high tunnel production systems in the northern New England region. Making the data from these trials available in alternative formats, such as radar plots, may help facilitate the selection of cultivars that are beneficial to farmers

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Craig Hardner, João Costa e Silva, Emlyn Williams, Noel Meyers, and Cameron McConchie

-supported breeding program to develop new cultivars adapted specifically to the Australian production environments was identified in the early 1990s ( Hardner and McConchie, 1999 ; Stephenson, 1990b ; Winks, 1983 ). The Australian macadamia breeding program adopted

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Sarah J. Pethybridge, Niloofar Vaghefi, and Julie R. Kikkert

susceptible cultivars ( Kikkert et al., 2010 ). The objective of this study was to evaluate the susceptibility of popular table beet cultivars to local (New York) C. beticola populations and horticultural characteristics of interest to fresh market growers

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Sudhakar Pandey, Mathura Rai, H.C. Prasanna, and G. Kalloo

other cultivars. The new variety is comparable to other popular cultivars in India in terms of general horticultural traits such as length, diameter, weight, number, and yield of fruit ( Table 1 ). Because of its superiority over the popular cultivars at

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Israel S. Joukhadar, Stephanie J. Walker, and Paul A. Funk

mechanism out of the several tested picking mechanisms ( Funk and Walker, 2010 ). During this research in 2010, yield differences were identified between several new mexico pod–type green chile cultivars. Anecdotally, it was observed that plant architecture

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Kaitlyn M. Orde and Rebecca Grube Sideman

). This strongly suggests that DN strawberry cultivars may not only extend the fruiting period, but also offer high annual yields compared with short-day plants. There are only a limited number of commercial farmers growing DN cultivars in New England

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Rebecca G. Sideman

southwestern Ontario. As a result, there is a need for a comprehensive evaluation of currently available cultivars in colder climates. Since 2007, sweetpotato acreage throughout the New England states has increased more than 8-fold from 4 to 33 acres, all for

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Kevin Lombard, Bernd Maier, Franklin J. Thomas, Mick O’Neill, Samuel Allen, and Rob Heyduck

with northwestern New Mexico and offer some cultivar performance information for semiarid conditions. Like Grand Junction, northwestern New Mexico has high solar irradiation, which amplifies minimum–maximum temperatures (Hamman et al., 1998 ). However