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George E. Boyhan, Gerard Krewer, Darbie M. Granberry, C. Randell Hill, and William A. Mills

years of recurrent phenotypic selection in 2003 and 2004. The final selection was made in 2004 when 13 open-pollinated fruit from two different locations (Attapulgus Research Farm, Attapulgus, GA, and the Vidalia Onion and Vegetable Research Center

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Kevin M. Crosby, John L. Jifon, Benigno Villalon, and Daniel I. Leskovar

valuable attributes in regions where these stresses exist. ‘TAM Dulcito’ could be a useful parent to develop other virus-resistant jalapeño cultivars with varying degrees of pungency or other attributes. The seed of this open-pollinated cultivar will be

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Paul W. Bosland and Danise Coon

The New Mexico State University chile pepper breeding program has announced the release of the cultivar NuMex NoBasco, an open-pollinated, no-heat Capsicum frutescens . Compared with C. annuum or C . chinense , there are relatively few named

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Kevin M. Crosby, John L. Jifon, and Daniel I. Leskovar

cultivars, indicating that ‘Chujuc’ has tolerance to the fungus, because it does not decline rapidly as do ‘Primo’ and ‘Caravelle’. ‘Chujuc’ should be suitable as an open-pollinated cultivar based on its performance compared with F 1 hybrid cultivars, which

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Kevin M. Crosby, Daniel I. Leskovar, and Kil Sun Yoo

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Brad G. Howlett, Samantha F.J. Read, Maryam Alavi, Brian T. Cutting, Warrick R. Nelson, Robert M. Goodwin, Sarah Cross, Trevor G. Thorp, and David E. Pattemore

geitonogamous pollination) affected nut set compared with no movement (bagged), hand cross-pollinated (between different cultivars), and open (exposed to pollinators) racemes. We also assessed whether nut set was affected by pollination deficits across blocks by

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Paul W. Bosland and Danise Coon

heat level. Using phenotypic selection, superior single plants were stripped of any set fruit and open flowers, caged, allowed to produce selfed seed, and re-planted in 2002 in 30-foot observation plots for further selection. The process of phenotypic

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Long Ma, Kevin E. Kenworthy, Huangjun Lu, and Ronald Cherry

seed set ranging from 0.10% to 8.09% for different types of populations. The seed set for open pollination ranged from 2.8% to 57% among the populations ( Kenna et al., 1983 ; Richardson et al., 1978 ). Seed set varies between diploid and tetraploid

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Alberto Sánchez-Estrada and Julián Cuevas

-incompatibility of most olive varieties. This is possible because open, wind pollination is often sufficient to obtain adequate yield, given the extraordinary varietal richness found in most traditional olive regions, where a mixture of varieties growing nearby is

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Alisha L. Ruple, John R. Clark, and M. Elena Garcia

pollination treatments were applied to floricane flowers in Spring 2008: 1) undisturbed open; 2) emasculated self; 3) emasculated and cross-pollinated with pollen from a similar fruiting type (PF × PF, FF × FF); and 4) emasculated and cross-pollinated with