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Allan F. Brown, Elizabeth H. Jeffery, and John A. Juvik

. oleracea ssp. capitata L.) or kale ( B. oleracea ssp. acephala DC) × cauliflower ( B. oleracea ssp. botrytis L.) ( Bohuon et al., 1996 ; Camargo, 1994 ; Kianian and Quiros, 1992 ; Lan and Patterson, 2001 ; Slocum et al., 1990 ). Crosses between

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Todd C. Wehner and Beiquan Mou

Crop listings : asparagus, bean–dry, bean–green, beet, broccoli, cabbage, cabbage–Chinese, carrot, cauliflower, celery, collard, cucumber, eggplant, endive, herbs–parsley, leek, lettuce, melon, okra, onion, pea–green, pepper, pumpkin, radish

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Samuel Salazar-García, Luis E. Cossio-Vargas, Isidro J.L. González-Durán, and Carol J. Lovatt

, 100, or 1000 mg·L −1 in November, December, or January resulted in a faster rate of inflorescence development from budbreak through the cauliflower stage of inflorescence development compared with untreated branches ( Salazar-García and Lovatt, 1998

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Mark W. Farnham and Dean A. Kopsell

content is orange cauliflower ( B. oleracea L. var. botrytis ), a unique genotype that has been around for several years ( Crisp et al., 1975 ; Dickson et al., 1988 ). This phenotype occurs as a spontaneous mutant conditioned by the Or (orange) gene

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Megan J. Bowman, David K. Willis, and Philipp W. Simon

found for the Or mutation found in cauliflower [ Brassica oleracea var. botrytis ( Li et al., 2001 , 2003 , 2006 ; Li and Garvin, 2003 ; Li and Van Eck, 2007 ; Lu et al., 2006 )]. As discussed in Cazzonelli and Pogson (2010) , potential

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. Using simplified coefficients and growth stages (vegetables) or canopy cover (fruits), the calculators helped lower adoption barriers to a new and unfamiliar technology. Cauliflower Variety Trial in New York Cauliflower is an excellent crop for growers

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Clifton A. Martin and Rebecca Grube Sideman

purple- and white-sprouting broccolis that are biennial in habit, are cultivated for lateral shoot development, and bear white, yellow, or green cauliflower curds or clusters of young flower buds whose sepals may be green or purple ( Gray, 1989 ). Annual

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Howard F. Harrison Jr. and Mark W. Farnham

United States, except in California where the herbicide is banned ( FMC Corp., 2005 ). However, it is not registered for the other cole crops [broccoli, brussels sprouts ( Brassica oleracea Gemmifera group), cauliflower ( B. oleracea Botrytis group

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Suzanne O’Connell

var. italica ), cauliflower ( B. oleracea var. botrytis ), and turnip ( Brassica rapa var. rapa ) were planted under the high tunnels around the same time. Results for the broccoli and cauliflower study are available separately ( O’Connell and

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Li Li, Ling Liu, Deshuang Zhang, Ping Wu, Fenglan Zhang, and Xiulan Xu

.) ( Pallavi et al., 2011 ), cabbage ( Brassica oleracea L.) ( Li et al., 2011 ; Liu et al., 2007 ), cauliflower ( Brassica oleracea L. var. botrytis ) ( Zhao et al., 2012 ), melon ( Pedicellus melo ) ( Li et al., 2015 ), and bulb onion ( Allium cepa L