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This cultivar originated from a grafting mutant in grafted plants of a selected 100-year-old seedling of Hibiscus syriacus L. for 5 years. In 1999, the plant is named H. syriacus `Andong'. Hibiscus syriacus `Andong' is a deciduous, erect-growing, multiple-stemmed, dwarf type that, in 7 years, has grown 120 cm high and 65 cm wide, with dense branching to the base. It has more than 200 flowers in a 7-year-old tree. The alternate, leathery, waxy, dark green leaves are 5.3 cm long, 3.8 cm wide. But it is 0.48 mm thick and 34.42 mg/cm2 of fresh weight and then is thickier and heavier than that of other cultivars. Therefore, the plant is rarely damaged by aphids and is reliably hardy to -20 °C. The flowers are white with a prominent dark red eye spot that radiates along the veins to midpetal, 5-7 cm in diameter, and blooms profusely from July to October. Total flowering time of `Andong' was 36 h in both 1998 and 1999. It sets very little fruit. AIt does not only germinate by pollen, but also by seeds. This cultivar can be readily propagated by softwood (on 24 July with 7000 ppm IBA in the mist) or hardwood cutting (1000 ppm IBA) and by grafting on seedling H. syriacus understock.

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, respectively. The fruit has a concave top, deep suture, and asymmetrical flesh. The ground color of the fruit skin is yellow, overlaid with a little red blush on the sunny side ( Fig. 2 ). Fruit flesh is yellow, with a soft, fine texture. The flesh contains

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the best for high harvest efficiency. Before running the V45 harvester, the ground 1.5 ft on either side of the plant row was raked. After the V45 harvester had passed, blue and green/red fruit in the raked area were counted and expressed as weight of

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photosynthesis by shading, weakening fruit sink strength resulting from lower light and increased temperature and moisture in the bag, or both. However, little supportive experimental evidence has been provided. Photosynthesis occurs in fruit of many crop plants

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. 2016. Fruit: size medium, diameter 7.5-8.5 cm; obloid; dark purple red; flavor and texture excellent; late-season, ripens ∼27 d after Golden Delicious, 14 d after Cripps Pink; consistent cropping. Tree: vigor medium, similar to Golden Delicious

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shown) and advanced early primocane growth in this study, the difference in primocane height was not maintained through the season as reported in primocane-fruiting red raspberry ( Pritts et al., 1992 ). Bloom and harvest season. Date of first bloom on

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rootstock, Cranberry, Currant, Elderberry, Goji, Grape, Hazelnut, Kiwifruit, Mango, Mulberry, Nectarine, Passion Fruit, Peach, Pear, Pecan, Pineapple, Pistachio, Pistachio rootstock, Plum and interspecific hybrids, Raspberry, Red Bayberry, Strawberry, Sugar

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medium vigor cultivar with open spreading tree habit, precocious, high cropping, consistently productive with outstanding fruit quality. Its medium to large dark purple red, low pubescence and firm fruit makes it different to its original cultivar

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chill, compared with the high-chill counterparts. ‘Liberty Joy’ fruit typically ripen in late June to early July in Byron, GA. At maturity, the fruit surface is 90% to 95% bright red, with an attractive yellow ground color and little pubescence. The

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