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Soon Li Teh, Lisa Brutcher, Bonnie Schonberg, and Kate Evans

fruit evaluation of the breeding program seedlings and selections. The instrument used at WABP since 2009 is the Mohr Digi-Test (MDT-1 and MDT-2; Mohr and Associates, Richland, WA), a computerized penetrometer for measuring firmness, hardness, and

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Eric A. Curry, Carolina Torres, and Luis Neubauer

). Using four applications, all treatments resulted in fruit with less LB ranging from 48% to 61% of the control; there was no difference among values for treated fruit. Evaluation of fruit quality at 90 d RA storage indicated no significant treatment

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David Obenland, Sue Collin, James Sievert, and Mary Lu Arpaia

waxed with the same timing options as the HTFA-treated fruit. Evaluations of all fruit for sensory quality were conducted after 3 weeks of storage at 5 °C followed by 4 d at 20 °C and then 3 d at 13 °C to simulate storage, shipping, and marketing. Test 3

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Kim S. Lewers, Patricia R. Castro, John M. Enns, Stan C. Hokanson, Gene J. Galletta, David T. Handley, Andrew R. Jamieson, Michael J. Newell, Jayesh B. Samtani, Roy D. Flanagan, Barbara J. Smith, John C. Snyder, John G. Strang, Shawn R. Wright, and Courtney A. Weber

between ‘Flavorfest’ and repeat-fruiting genotypes have segregated for the repeat-fruiting trait; progeny from crosses between ‘Flavorfest’ on once-fruiting genotypes have all been once fruiting. Evaluation Production systems at Beltsville. ‘Flavorfest

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Charles C. Reilly, Bruce W. Wood, and Katherine L. Stevenson

study, a survey assessed occurrence of SpSDM on various cultivars and its association with previous-year fruiting. Evaluated cultivars were Cape Fear, Cherokee, Cheyenne, Desirable, Elliott, Mahan, Mohawk, Moneymaker, Moore, Pawnee, Schley, Stuart

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

’, ‘Columbia Star’, ‘Hall’s Beauty’, and ‘Marion’ blackberry at Oregon State University’s North Willamette Research and Extension Center (Aurora, OR); planted in replicated trial (three plots of three plants each) in 2009 and 2014. Fruit evaluations were made

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Adriana Telias, Emily Hoover, and Diego Rother

accumulation. We did not find significant differences in petal color when comparing blushed and striped fruit. In 2005, blushed fruit measured early in development (1 June) were darker than striped fruit. This early fruit evaluation could not be performed in

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Luis Rallo

León, 2009 ). Shortening the JP The length of the JP has been the principal obstacle hampering the improvement of fruit trees by crossbreeding. Fruit evaluation in the progeny is initiated when the JP ends. Forcing the growth of the seedlings and the

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Don C. Elfving, Stephen R. Drake, A. Nathan Reed, and Dwayne B. Visser

harvest in 2005 (Expt. 2, East Wenatchee, WA). After 50 d of air storage, all reported parameters showed a significant interaction between sprayable 1-MCP and 1-MCP treatments except for flesh firmness of first-harvest–date fruit evaluated

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Meng Li, Huanhuan Zhi, and Yu Dong

), potassium (K), and calcium (Ca) contents of the fruit. Evaluations of fruit firmness, fruit size, skin color, soluble solids content, and titratable acidity. The FF of 60 fruit per replicate was determined nondestructively using a FirmTech-2 firmness