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Shuck dehiscence in pecan (Carya illinoensis (Wang) K. Koch) was associated with the dissapperance of growth promotor(s) with RPs similar to that of indoleacetic acid (IAA) and an increase in the level of an abscisic acid-like inhibitor, and the appearance of a second inhibitor at the Rf of IAA.

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The peach breeding program in Louisiana was initiated in the late 1940's to develop adapted cultivars for Louisiana. The objectives of the program have been to develop large fruited disease resistant fresh market cultivars for all areas of Louisiana. The state is divided into three climatic zones in reference to the breeding program (north, south, and coastal). Cultivars have been developed that are adapted specifically for each zone. A few cultivars produce marketable fruit in all three zones. The annual chill units vary from 350 to 1000+ over the three zones. Seventeen cultivars have been released since 1969 and these are used throughout the southeast U.S. in production areas. A primary breeding objective is to develop a sequence of cultivars to service the market from late April through September. Also equally important is development of genetic disease resistance to bacterial spot, Xanthamonas campestris pv pruni.

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