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‘Contender’ peach [Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] is being released to fulfill the need for a high-quality, consistent-cropping, yellow-fleshed freestone cultivar ripening between ‘Loring’ and ‘Elberta’.

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‘Carolina Belle’ peach is being released to fill the need for a firm, white-fleshed peach intended for local markets, and is proposed as an alternative to ‘Raritan Rose’.

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‘Sweethaven’, ‘Newhaven’, and ‘Jayhaven’ are 3 new cultivars o f melting, yellowfleshed peaches [Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] distributed for public nursery sales as products of an ongoing, long-term breeding program in Michigan (Table 1).

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percentage of mixed nodes observed at the north–central location was most likely a result of cooler temperatures during bud formation. We observed stresses from both environment and disease during the summer and fall of 2004. The incidence of bacterial spot

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‘Durbin’ nectarine [Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] is an early mid-season cultivar with medium sized, attractive fruit. Under southeastern conditions. ‘Durbin’s’ size and disease resistance are superior to other nectarines.

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