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Guohui Xu, Lei Lei, Hexin Wang, and Xin Lou

’ is medium to large, the picking scar is slightly wet, and the berry ripens very late, factors not conducive to market promotion and economic income. Therefore, it was of interest to the industry to breed new cultivars with earlier maturity to replace

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Chunxian Chen and William R. Okie

late June to early July. Current commercial cultivars in the harvest window, including ‘Fireprince’, ‘Blazeprince’, ‘Scarletprince’, and ‘Redglobe’, require 850 CH and do not crop well when chill is insufficient ( Chen and Beckman, 2019 ). ‘Liberty Joy

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Edward Żurawicz, Dorota Kruczyńska, Mariusz Lewandowski, and Krzysztof Rutkowski

have a spindle-shaped crown ( Fig. 3 ). Fruits are formed abundantly, mainly on spurs, which at the ripening time are hanging from the tree causing the whipping shape of the canopy. Ligolina is a very precocious cultivar and the fruit cropping is

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Géza Bujdosó, Attila Fodor, and Anita Karacs-Végh

(small hills instead of flat sites). Female flowers of ‘BD6’ start to bloom earlier than the male flowers. It has a good and regular crop because of its intermediate fruiting pattern. Early ripening ‘BD6’ can start the Hungarian walnut season in the near

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Craig A. Ledbetter

require other cultivars to facilitate pollination and fruit set. With appropriate pollenizers, both new apricots are extremely productive. ‘Bolaroja’ fruit mature with the major tonnage cultivar Castlebrite with ‘Primarosa’ beginning to ripen as ‘Bolaroja

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John R. Clark and James N. Moore

‘Natchez’ is the twelfth release in a series of erect-growing, high-quality, productive, floricane-fruiting blackberry ( Rubus L. subgenus Rubus Watson) cultivars developed by the University of Arkansas. ‘Natchez’ ripens early, slightly before

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Monte L. Nesbitt, Robert C. Ebel, and William A. Dozier Jr

the region today, accounting for 80% to 90% of the grove cultivar composition. ‘Armstrong Early’ is a cultivar of unknown origin that ripens 30 to 40 d earlier than ‘Owari’ and has a thin peel and compact growth habit. ‘Armstrong Early’ has been grown

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Angela D. Myracle, Zakkary J. Castonguay, Amber Elwell, and Renae E. Moran

ripening among the three cultivars selected for the first consumer testing date. Experiment 2. During early Aug. to mid Oct. 2016, 20–50 fruit were harvested from two to five trees of each cultivar for a total of 100 fruit per cultivar. An exception was

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Soon-Il Kwon, Jeong-Hee Kim, Sun-Ae Kim, Young-Soon Kwon, and Jinwook Lee

storability and marketability. In addition, fruit are very attractive and flavorful. ‘RubyS’ cultivar is higher in fruit weight and yield than ‘Alpsotome’. Fruit shape and overall peel color coverage of ‘RubyS’ are ‘conic’ and ‘red’, respectively. Moreover

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Mark K. Ehlenfeldt and Chad E. Finn

Coville (1937) listed the descriptions and origins of numerous early blueberry cultivars released over the span of his career. Among them were two varieties he described as “albino,” but which are more correctly described as albescent or pink