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Zhanao Deng, Fahrettin Goktepe, and Brent K. Harbaugh

. Hort. Sci. 131 53 58 Deng, Z. Harbaugh, B.K. Kelly, R.O. Seijo, T. McGovern, R.J. 2005a Pythium root rot resistance in commercial caladium cultivars HortScience 40 549 552

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W.A. Mackay, S.W. George, C. McKenney, J.J. Sloan, R.I. Cabrera, J.A. Reinert, P. Colbaugh, L. Lockett, and W. Crow

to 10 scale using the indices of foliage quality and quantity and plant vigor and habit. In Spring 2003, a subset of rose cultivars was randomly chosen from both the grafted and own-root groups for nutrient analysis. Newly expanded tissue was

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Derald Harp, Gaye Hammond, David C. Zlesak, Greg Church, Mark Chamblee, and Steve George

States (e.g., winter survival without insulation, strong growth during the short growing season, and disease resistance). Recent interest in shrub roses has led to renewed interest in his cultivars, especially those with black spot resistance ( Bates

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John R. Clark and Chad E. Finn

tolerance to P. parasitica root rot and good resistance to citrus nematode; tolerant to California isolates of CTV; with orange scion produces a large, vigorous tree; somewhat tolerant to iron chlorosis on calcareous soils; salinity tolerance not known

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commercial fumigants in controlling soilborne pests. Weed control was limited to a few weed species, and nematode populations were not high enough to inflict bulb damage. Pink root severity was significantly lower with metam sodium compared to most

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Gerardine Mukeshimana, Amy L. Lasley, Wayne H. Loescher, and James D. Kelly

( Beebe et al., 2013 ). TARS-SR05 is a small red breeding line that combines multiple root rot disease resistance with tolerance to low soil fertility and is recognized as being stress-tolerant ( Smith et al., 2007 ). RAB 651 is a small, red

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Joshua H. Kardos, Carol D. Robacker, Michael A. Dirr, and Timothy A. Rinehart

improved disease resistance, ease of production, and improved garden performance. Dan Hinkley, former owner of Heronswood Nursery, Bleddyn and Sue Wynn-Jones, owners of Crûg Farm Plants, and Scott McMahan, owner of McMahan's Nursery, have recently

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Yun-Im Kang, Hyang Young Joung, Dae Hoe Goo, Youn Jung Choi, Mok Pil Choi, Hye Ryun An, Jae-Young Ko, Kang-Joon Choi, Ki Hwan Lee, and Kye Wan Hong

survey, the most common Oriental hybrid cultivars were Siberia, Medusa, and Sorbonne, all of which have white or pink petals ( Table 2 ). These three cultivars are traded in large quantities at the Flowering Plant Joint Market in South Korea and have been

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Yanbin Su, Yumei Liu, Huolin Shen, Xingguo Xiao, Zhansheng Li, Zhiyuan Fang, Limei Yang, Mu Zhuang, and Yangyong Zhang

, yield, storability, and mechanical harvestability. In addition, susceptibility to head splitting hinders the prolongation of harvest time and thus the ability of growers to select harvest times for optimal selling price. Head splitting resistance is thus

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Oğuz Top, Cantuğ Bar, Bilal Ökmen, Duygu Yüce Özer, Dane Rusçuklu, Nilüfer Tamer, Anne Frary, and Sami Doğanlar

carrying new root-knot nematode resistance genes Euphytica 95 203 207 Francis, D.M. Kabelka, E. Bell, J. Franchino, B. St. Clair, D. 2001 Resistance to bacterial canker in tomato ( Lycopersicon hirsutum LA407) and its progeny derived from crosses to L