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C.C. Shock, L.B. Jensen, J.H. Hobson, M. Seddigh, B.M. Shock, L.D. Saunders and T.D. Stieber

Funds used for this study were provided in part by the Oregon State Univ. Experiment Station, Project 304. Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Paper 10627. Contributions from SBIR and the Idaho Eastern Oregon Onion Committee are

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Wiley Carroll Johnson III and Jerry W. Davis

adequate spray coverage of targeted weeds ( Boyd and Brennan, 2006 ; Boyd et al., 2006 ; Curran et al., 2004 ; Evans and Bellinder, 2009 ; Johnson and Davis, 2014 ; Shrestha et al., 2012 ; Young, 2004 ). Vidalia ® sweet onion are a dry-bulb onion

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Jiffinvir Khosa, Robyn Lee, Srishti Joshi, Martin Shaw, John McCallum and Richard Macknight

Onion and shallot ( Allium cepa L.) are cultivated in a wide range of environments, from hot equatorial regions to high latitudes. Although onion has great cultural and economic value, experimental studies involving genetics and agronomy are quite

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Steven J. Damon and Michael J. Havey

Onion thrips is an important insect pest of onion causing damage to foliage and reducing bulb and seed yields ( Diaz-Montano et al., 2010 ; Elmore, 1949 ). Thrips also vector serious diseases such as iris yellow spot virus ( Gent et al., 2004

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David Sotomayor-Ramírez, Miguel Oliveras-Berrocales and Linda Wessel-Beaver

In 2009–10, GAI for horticultural crops in Puerto Rico was estimated at $54.5 million ( Puerto Rico Department of Agriculture, 2011 ). Onion production was 93,169 cwt with a GAI of $1.55 million, and tropical pumpkin production was 191,779 cwt with

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Peter T. Hyde, Elizabeth D. Earle and Martha A. Mutschler

Breeding of dry storage onion for the last 60 years largely focused on production of inbred lines for creation of hybrid varieties after Jones and Clarke (1943 ) and Jones and Davis (1944) outlined how the cytoplasmic male sterility system could

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Clinton C. Shock, Erik B.G. Feibert, Alicia Riveira and Lamont D. Saunders

About 8000 ha of onions ( Allium cepa ) are grown in the Treasure Valley located in eastern Oregon and southwestern Idaho of the United States. These onions are mostly long-day cultivars and are marketed from August from the field and continuing to

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Swee-Suak Ko, Jenn-Wen Huang, Jaw-Fen Wang, Subramanyam Shanmugasundaram and Woo-Nang Chang

onion germplasm used in this study. We are grateful to the Nutrition and Analytical Laboratory at AVRDC for conducting the chemical analysis.

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Arthur D. Wall and Joe N. Corgan

We thank Jose Luis Mendoza, M.R. Doyle, Helen Redden, and Melodie Borden for research assistance, and Gilroy Foods, Inc., for providing the commercial dehydrator onion seed used in this study. These studies were supported by the New Mexico

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Timothy W. Coolong, Ronald R. Walcott and William M. Randle

Onion ( Allium cepa L.) is an economically important vegetable, accounting for nearly $1 billion in farm gate income annually in the United States [United States Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service (USDA NASS)]. In