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Thomas Gradziel and Sabrina Marchand

-F10E,6-27. Ripening time is during the commercially important ‘Andross’ period, ≈4 d after ‘Fay Elberta’. Long-term commercial evaluations have shown that fruit demonstrated very good harvest, postharvest, and processing quality with low susceptibility

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Chad E. Finn, Bernadine C. Strik, Brian M. Yorgey, Mary E. Peterson, Patrick A. Jones, Gil Buller, Sedat Serçe, Jungmin Lee, Nahla V. Bassil, and Robert R. Martin

cultivars ripened their crop much earlier than ‘Prime-Ark ® 45’. The primocanes of ‘Eclipse’ were slightly less vigorous than those of ‘Chester Thornless’ and ‘Triple Crown’. Although differences were noted for floricane vigor, they were not significant; all

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Norman Lalancette, Daniel L. Ward, and Joseph C. Goffreda

belonging to one of four harvest maturity classifications: early season, early midseason, late midseason, and late season. Four single-tree replicates of each cultivar were planted within each quadrant; tree locations were randomly chosen. This planting

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Guohui Xu, Lei Lei, and Hexin Wang

. Among these, the berry is large to very large and the average weight is 4.49 g (maximum of 6.55 g). It is an early-season cultivar with good flavor, a good balance between sweetness and acidity, and medium firmness. The plant is vigorous and the growth

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Mohsen Hatami, Siamak Kalantari, Forouzandeh Soltani, and John C. Beaulieu

amounts of protein in both cultivars were related to late vs. early harvesting at 13 °C, respectively. These results can be related to the supposition that early-harvested fruit (21 DAA) continued protein degradation through the ripening process. According

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James A. Schrader, Diana R. Cochran, Paul A. Domoto, and Gail R. Nonnecke

earliest average harvest maturity were MN 1189, MN 1220, Petite Ami, and St. Croix ( Table 6 ). Although none of the cultivars in our trial were vulnerable to autumn freeze damage of fruit in Iowa climate, these earlier ripening cultivars may be good

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Mark Joseph Stephens, Jenny R. Gaudion, Lisa A. Jones, and Julia R. Enfield

with ‘Meeker’ and ‘Wakefield’ showing the differences in spine production. ‘NN08002’ is semispineless. When compared with the parent ‘Wakefield’ in the United States, the new cultivar has larger, lighter colored fruit that ripens about one week earlier

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David Karp

not intense in flavor; it is clingstone; and the pit is very small. The season is late June and early July with a relatively long ripening period. It is an excellent shipper ( Allen, 1929 ). In the first half of the 20th century ‘Burbank’ was one of

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John R. Clark, Taunya Ernst, Amanda J. Vance, and Bernadine C. Strik

of June to early July, 4–7 weeks before harvest depending on cultivar harvest date, because of the evaluation vineyard having genotypes that ripened from mid-July onward requiring the discontinuation of applications. Weeds were controlled by using

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Mark K. Ehlenfeldt

for 50% ripe fruit for ‘Razz’ ranged from 25 June to 9 July, and averaged 30 June. This date is just 2 d earlier than the 50% ripeness estimate for ‘Bluecrop’ (which exhibited a similar 50% ripe range) ( Table 1 ). Table 1. Yield values and ripening