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and chocolates ( USDA, 2011 ). Hazelnuts also contain compounds with purported anticancer properties and reduce the risk of coronary heart disease in consumers ( Richardson, 1997 ). Hazelnuts have been grown commercially in Oregon since the early 1900s

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Enseñanza, Turrialba, Costa Rica; selected in Puerto Rico in 1997; introd. 2002. Bean: 28.7 pod index; flavor profile of very mild chocolate notes up front with low overall bitterness and a distinct, persistent nut character; aftertaste has residual nut

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turning chocolate in the ripe stage; strong plant, specific use is fresh market; not for drying at the red stage. Similar: Caballero, Ancho San Juan, Tiburon. Adaptation: NAFTA—Mexico. 2004. Crusader —Vendor: Roger’s Brand. Characteristics: F 1 hybrid

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sweet pepper varieties analyzed for yield, 19 were identified as consistently high-yielding; those varieties included Ace, New Ace, Flamingo, Sweet Chocolate, Red Dawn, Colossal, Argo, Lady Bell, Honeybelle, Turnpike, Green Boy, Antebellum, Domino

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.S. Cordell (eds.). Chilies to chocolate: Food the Americas gave the world. Univ. Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ 10.2307/j.ctv1qwwjt3.10 Arce-Rodríguez, M.L. Ochoa-Alejo, N. 2015 Silencing AT3 gene reduces the expression of pAmt, BCAT, Kas , and Acl genes

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Georgia, Athens, GA 30602-7273 Half-sib seed populations from two Lagerstroemia cultivars released by the University of Georgia breeding program, ‘Cherry Dazzle’ and ‘White Chocolate,’ and from one breeding line designated DWF 07-00 were treated

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