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a number of good horticultural characteristics, but it is very susceptible to bacterial spot. The Fla. 8879 x Fla. 8111B F 1 was crossed to Fla. 8626, another large-fruited globe-shaped tomato inbred that also had Fla. 8111B in its pedigree. Scott

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diligent application of copper-based bactericides. Field studies in Florida examined the effects of early shoot pruning on bacterial spot infection of tomato plants. Vallad and Santos (p. 847) concluded that light shoot pruning did not reduce bacterial

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. Flowers are showy and pink. Anthers are light red and pollen is bright yellow and abundant. Leaves have shown no bacterial spot [ Xanthomonas campestris pv. pruni ( Sm .) Dye ] in test plantings where known susceptible genotypes show typical symptoms

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. Satanek, A. Snyder, J.C. 2001 Bacterial spot resistance, yield, and quality of bell and specialty peppers HortTechnology 11 4 648 657 10.21273/HORTTECH.11.4.648 U.S. Department of Agriculture 2004 2002 Census of agriculture, Vol. 1, Chapter 2: New England

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. In 2021, disease severity ratings for bacterial spot of tomato ( Xanthomonas perforans Jones et al.) were recorded for each treatment plot on 20 and 27 Aug, and 3 Sep using a modified Horsfall–Barratt scale to assess percentage of leaf area affected

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850 h; leaf glands reniform; moderately resistant to bacterial spot ( Xanthomonas campestris pv. pruni ). Beaumont™. See MSUP8706. Burpeachtwentyone. Yellow-fleshed, firm, clingstone peach. Origin: Fowler, CA, by J.K. Slaughter and T

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. Typical fruit of ‘Gulfsnow’. Leaf petioles have small globose glands. Flowers are showy and pink. Anthers are yellow and pollen is bright yellow and abundant. Leaves have shown no bacterial spot [ Xanthomonas arboricola pv. pruni (Smith) Vauterin et al

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light. Fig. 2. Typical fruit of ‘GulfAtlas’. Leaf petioles have small reniform glands. Flowers are showy and pink. Anthers are yellow and pollen is bright yellow and abundant. Leaves have shown no bacterial spot [ Xanthomonas campestris pv. pruni ( Sm

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sensitivity analysis examined cost reduction for evaluation of the disease bacterial spot caused by Xanthomonas arboricola pv. pruni ( Garita-Cambronero et al., 2018 ). Marker tests that accurately select for bacterial spot resistance will result in cost

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in tomato Plant Cell 10 371 382 Martins, O.M. Raseira, M.C.B. 1996 Sources of bacterial spot resistance in plum cultivars Fruits Var. J. 50 156 159 Medeiros, J.G.S. Citadin, I. dos Santos, I. Assmann, A.P. 2011 Reaction of peach tree genotypes to

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