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David Ruiz, Manuel Rubio, Pedro Martínez-Gómez, Jesús López-Alcolea, Federico Dicenta, Encarna Ortega, María Dolores Nortes, Antonio Molina, Antonio Molina Jr., and Jose Egea

characteristics with very low chilling requirements, which also let them to be cultivated in warm areas. These new varieties will contribute to broaden the ripening calendar with highly valuable sharka resistant germplasm also ready to be used in future breeding

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Jianlu Zhang and Cathy Taylor

with some buds breaking 2 months and even 4 months late. This suggested a lack of winter chill. Winter oil application is a useful agent to overcome low-chill winters ( Beede and Ferguson, 2002 ) and is used by growers to promote even and timely

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Donald N. Maynard

quadrangularis L.), apricot ( Prunus armeniaca L.), low-chill peach ( Prunus persica [L.] Batch.), aonla ( Emblica officinalis Gaertn), ber or Chinese date (Z iziphus xylopyrus Willd. or Ziziphus jujuba Mill.). The vegetable section features two chapters

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Thomas G. Beckman, Jose X. Chaparro, and Patrick J. Conner

.B. 2008 ‘Gulfcrimson’ peach HortScience 43 1596 1597 Richards, G.D. Porter, G.W. Rodriquez, J. Sherman, W.B. 1994 Incidence of blind nodes in low-chill peach and nectarine germplasm Fruit Var. J. 48 199 202 SAS Institute, Inc 2003 SAS for Windows. Version

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Antonio Carrillo-Navarro, Alfonso Guevara-Gazquez, Margarita Pérez-Jiménez, Leonor Ruiz-García, and José Cos-Terrer

fruit and provide an improvement in the quality of early fruit. Origin ‘Alisio 15 ® ’ originated from an open pollination of the selection S2099, which was obtained from a cross between ‘Candor’ and the low-chill requirement cultivar Flordaprince

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Jose X. Chaparro, Patrick J. Conner, and Thomas G. Beckman

. Sherman, W.B. 1994 Incidence of blind nodes in low-chill peach and nectarine germplasm Fruit Var. J. 48 199 202 SAS Institute, Inc 2003 SAS for Windows, version 9.1. SAS Institute, Inc., Cary, NC Sharpe, R.H. Sherman, W.B. Martsolf, J.D. 1990 Peach

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Patricio A. Brevis, Nahla V. Bassil, James R. Ballington, and James F. Hancock

hybridization reached its height during the development of “southern” highbush blueberry cultivars, which began in 1948 at the University of Florida ( Sharpe, 1953 ). Southern highbush blueberries (SHB) are low-chill (less than 600 h below 7 °C) interspecific

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Chad E. Finn, Bernadine C. Strik, Theodore A. Mackey, Kim E. Hummer, and Robert R. Martin

known, though based on the Maine origin of the maternal parent it is expected to have good winterhardiness. ‘Perpetua’ should also be useful to breeding programs looking for sources of repeat flowering for low chill environments that are different from

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Craig A. Ledbetter

’ then received two 60 ppm GA sprays followed by trunk girdling (4.76 mm blade gap) and cluster tipping. Vine characteristics. ‘Valley Pearl’ has shown consistent productivity with spur pruning and averages two clusters per shoot. Even under the low-chill

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Philip L. Forsline and Kim E. Hummer

incorporated into raspberry, blackberry, and hybrid berry breeding programs throughout the United States and internationally. These newly collected species could broaden the genepool to improve low chilling, pest and disease resistance, drought, heat, and cold