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the 14 cucumber cultigens evaluated for growth in containers in two locations in North Carolina. For container evaluations, 12 L pots were filled with a soilless medium (Metro Mix 360). Cucumbers were direct seeded into containers and thinned to

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performed after the completion of germplasm screening to verify the reaction of the most resistant and susceptible accessions and to rescreen the missing cultigens that were missing from at least two replications during the germplasm screening. This study

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tunnel, and field evaluations were previously conducted to identify sources of resistance to D. bryoniae . A limited amount of resistance was reported in some cultigens. Sowell et al. (1966) tested over 1000 accessions of melon and reported resistance

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-1-1-1–1, HF521, and ThichStemS 1 -2-1, which were developed through backcross and pedigree breeding procedures from 2005 to 2017. Germplasm used for the development of reverse striped lines with PMR were two Hollar pumpkin cultigens

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with commercial rootstocks and with non-grafted triploid watermelon cultigens in replicated field trials (2009 and 2010) in which soils were heavily infested with RKN ( Table 1 ) ( Thies et al., 2015 ). ‘RKVL-318’ roots had significantly less root

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/mesocarp (as a result of the presence of β-carotene), and is cross-compatible with cultivated cucumber ( Simon and Navazio, 1997 ). Previously, crosses were made between XIS (PI 509549) and 10 U.S. pickling cucumber cultigens (i.e., cultivars, breeding lines

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Partial budget analysis of effects of crop management intensity on profitability of three watermelon cultivars J. Veg. Crop Production 9 49 71 Maynard, D.N. Perkins-Veazie, P.M. 2004 Triploid miniwatermelon cultigen evaluation Spring 2004 17 Nov. 2008

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important and easily accessible source. Bonina-Noseworthy et al. (2016 ) published a survey of carotenoid concentrations of different cultigens of winter squash grown in New Hampshire. It was reported by the authors that the major carotenoids observed were

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the U.S. food processing industry not only for their heat levels but also for their unique aroma and flavor ( Rodriguez-Burruezo et al., 2010 ). One of the best known pod types/cultigens in C . chinense is the “habanero” named after the city of

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progress over time with a single value ( Schandry, 2017 ; Yuen and Forbes, 2009 ). We used those rating methods to ranking resistant and susceptible cultigens ( Gusmini et al., 2017 ; Schandry, 2017 ). In addition to high resistance to GSB, we were

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