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David H. Byrne and Natalie Anderson

TX4F223LW, and ‘White Delight Four’ (WD4), tested as TX4F194LW, are siblings from the cross between a low-chill, yellow-fleshed peach selection, TXW1591-1, and a subacid, white nectarine developed in China, ‘Zao Hong Zhu’. TXW1591-1 is a yellow

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Avi Matityahu, Raphael A. Stern, Doron Schneider, and Martin Goldway

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W.B. Sherman, P.C. Andersen, and P.M. Lyrene

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Peter C. Andersen and Wayne B. Sherman

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Peter C. Andersen, Wayne B. Sherman, and Ralph H. Sharpe

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Peter C. Andersen and Wayne B. Sherman

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W.B. Sherman, P.C. Andersen, and P.M. Lyrene

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Gerard Krewer, Thomas Beckman, and Wayne Sherman

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Paul M. Lyrene

Spain. These cultivars are used to produce berries for the export market that can be harvested 1 month or more before high-chill cultivars grown in colder areas. Some low-chill highbush blueberry cultivars are also adapted to evergreen production in

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Ali Akbar Ghasemi Soloklui, Ali Gharaghani, Nnadozie Oraguzie, Saeid Eshghi, and Mohammadreza Vazifeshenas

including the Utah model ( Richardson et al., 1974 ); low-chilling model ( Gilreath and Buchanan, 1981 ); Aron model ( Aron, 1983 ); Dynamic model ( Erez et al., 1979 ), North Carolina model ( Shaltout and Unrath, 1983 ), etc. It has been suggested that some