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Kim D. Bowman, Lynn Faulkner and Mike Kesinger

Rouse, 2006 ), and ‘Chironja’ ( Bowman and Roman, 1999 ). In other trials with ‘Hamlin’ sweet orange ( Table 1 ), ‘Dancy’ mandarin and ‘Ambersweet’ ( Bowman and Roman, 1999 ), and ‘Marsh’ grapefruit ( Castle et al., 2011 ) yield of trees on ‘US-812’ were

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Kim D. Bowman, Greg McCollum, Anne Plotto and Jinhe Bai

, trees of ‘Minnie Finger Lime’ appear more sensitive to damage from freezing temperatures than sweet orange. Field trees of ‘Minnie Finger Lime’ have appeared healthy and less affected by huanglongbing disease than adjacent sweet orange trees in Ft

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Kelly T. Morgan, T. Adair Wheaton, William S. Castle and Laurence R. Parsons

rate, and method of supplying N provides the basis for improved management of citrus and its environment on well-drained sandy soils. Materials and Methods ‘Ambersweetorange trees [ Citrus reticulata Blanco × ( C. paradisi Macf. × C. reticulata