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Wenjing Guan, Xin Zhao, Richard Hassell, and Judy Thies

( Cucurbita moschata Duch.) to overcome yield loss caused by fusarium wilt ( Sato and Takamatsu, 1930 ). Since then, grafting has been widely used in Asia and European countries as an effective tool for managing several soilborne diseases and root

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Cristian E. Loyola, John M. Dole, and Rebecca Dunning

the business location, approximate size (based on number of full-time employees) and type of business, crops produced and/or handled, and production and postharvest problems across all crops and specifically for each of 21 crop species. Data were

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Christian A. Wyenandt, Richard M. Riedel, Landon H. Rhodes, Mark A. Bennett, and Stephen G.P. Nameth

Fusarium fruit rot is an important soil-borne fungal disease of cucurbit crops ( Zitter et al., 1996 ). Fusarium solani f. sp. cucurbitae race 1 was the most common species causing fruit rot of pumpkin in a survey of commercial fields in Ohio

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Cecilia E. McGregor and Vickie Waters

C. lanatus subspecies (infraspecific) as well as the other three diploid (2n = 2x = 22) Citrullus species, C. ecirrhosus , C. colocynthis , and C. rehmii , which are all cross-compatible to some degree ( Robinson and Decker-Walters, 1997

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Dalia Taher, Mohamed Rakha, Srinivasan Ramasamy, Svein Solberg, and Roland Schafleitner

The scarlet ( Solanum aethiopicum L.) and gboma ( Solanum macrocarpon L.) are two eggplant species commonly grown as vegetables in tropical Africa and elsewhere as minor crops ( Daunay and Hazra, 2012 ; Plazas et al., 2014a ; Schippers, 2000

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John W. Scott, Samuel F. Hutton, and Joshua H. Freeman

, J.W. Jones, J.P. 2000 Fla. 7775 and Fla. 7781: Tomato breeding lines resistant to Fusarium crown and root rot HortScience 35 1183 1184 Vidavski, F. 2007 Exploitation of resistance genes found in wild tomato species to produce resistant cultivars

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Rose Palumbo, Wai-Foong Hong, Guo-Liang Wang, Jinguo Hu, Richard Craig, James Locke, Charles Krause, and David Tay

Pelargonium species are some of the most popular flowers in the world, and the Royal Horticultural Society ( ) listed >3000 entries for distribution in 2004. In 2004, the combined wholesale value for all flats, hanging

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Qi Zhang, Enda Yu, and Andy Medina

Cucurbita pepo , C. moschata , and C. maxima are the most economically important three (out of five) cultivated species within the Cucurbita genus that include squashes, pumpkins, and gourds, which represent several species in the same crop

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Kellie J. Walters and Christopher J. Currey

Basil is a popular genus in the mint family (Lamiaceae) with more than 30 species currently identified ( Simon et al., 1999 ) and a constantly increasing number of cultivars ( Paton, 1992 ). Basil species and cultivars vary widely in their

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Yuanfu Ji, John W. Scott, and David J. Schuster

to race 2 of the fusarium wilt pathogen ( Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici ) and was introgressed from the wild tomato species S. pimpinellifolium ( Stall and Walter, 1965 ). Ty-2 is tightly linked to fusarium wilt race 2 susceptibility and