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Laise S. Moreira and Matthew D. Clark

Many characteristics define successful table grape cultivars, but seedlessness has become a defining feature for consumers. In response to this demand, 77% of 27,582 ha planted in California with table grapes are seedless varieties ( U

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Liping Kou, Yaguang Luo, Wu Ding, Xinghua Liu, and William Conway

of only 14 d. Increased microbial growth, decay development, and loss of firmness are major problems that reduce the quality and shelf life of fresh-cut grapes. Commercially packaged table grapes that are stored in clusters in perforated packaging

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Hae Keun Yun, Kyo Sun Park, Jeong Ho Roh, Yong Bum Kwack, Ji Hae Jun, Seok Tae Jeong, Han Ik Jang, Seung Heui Kim, and Yong Uk Shin

‘Jinok’ (‘Delaware’ × ‘Campbell Early’) is a new table grape cultivar showing early-ripening berries with uniform coloring of skin and high quality. ‘Jinok’ has a mean bud burst on 11 Apr., flowering on 24 May, and fruit maturity on 23 Aug. The

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Hae Keun Yun, Kyo Sun Park, Jeong Ho Roh, Yong Bum Kwack, Ji Hae Jun, Seok Tae Jeong, Seung Hui Kim, Han Ik Jang, and Yong Uk Shin

‘Suok’ (‘Kyoho’ × ‘Beniizu’) is a tetraploid (4×) table grape cultivar showing large berries with high quality. ‘Suok’ has a mean bud burst on 17 Apr., flowering on 31 May, and fruit maturity on 15 Sept. The mean berry weight is 10.9 g, and mean

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Craig A. Ledbetter

‘Valley Pearl’ is an early to midseason, white seedless table grape ( Vitis vinifera L.) suitable for commercial table grape production where V. vinifera can be grown. The significant characteristics of ‘Valley Pearl’ are its high and consistent

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Craig A. Ledbetter

‘Solbrio’ is an early midseason black-skinned seedless table grape ( Vitis vinifera L.) suitable for production where V. vinifera can be grown. The significant characteristics of ‘Solbrio’ are its consistent production of large crunchy textured

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John R. Clark, Taunya Ernst, Amanda J. Vance, and Bernadine C. Strik

‘Compassion’ seedless table grape is the newest cultivar ( Vitis hybrid) released by the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture, bringing to 13, the total number of releases from the program ( Clark, 2010 ; Clark and Moore, 2013 ). It

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John R. Clark and James N. Moore

`Jupiter' is the fifth table grape cultivar released from the Univ. of Arkansas grape breeding program. `Jupiter' originated from a cross of Ark. 1258 × Ark. 1672 made in 1981. The original seedling vine was selected in 1984, and `Jupiter' was tested as Ark. 1985. `Jupiter' was tested at two locations in Arkansas (Fayetteville and Clarksville) and at West Lafayette, Ind. Fruit of `Jupiter' are reddish-blue, and berry weight averaged 5.5 g over 12 years of evaluation at Clarksville. Fruit are seedless, have a non-slipskin texture, ripen early mid-season, and averaged 19.8% soluble solids. Flavor is a mild muscat, a noteworthy character of this new cultivar. Clusters averaged 257 g over 12 years and are well-filled. Yields of `Jupiter' have been very good, exceeding 29 t/ha at Clarksville. Hardiness of `Jupiter' was greater than `Einset Seedless', `Himrod', or `Vanessa Seedless', but less than `Mars' or `Reliance' at West Lafayette. `Jupiter' is recommended for trial where other other eastern U.S. table grape cultivars are adapted.

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Carlos H. Crisosto, Lluís Palou, David Garner, and Donald A. Armson

We thank the California Table Grape Commission for financial support and Gerawan Farming (Reedley, Calif.) for providing the fruit and the export containers and allowing us to use their facilities.

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N.K. Dokoozlian and W.L. Peacock

Table Grape Commission for their financial support, as well as Cal Western Nursery, Visalia, Calif., for providing the grapevines used in this study. The cost of publishing this paper was defrayed in part by the payment of page charges. Under postal