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Edina Pászti Mendelné and Ákos Mendel

Origin Apricot breeding at the Research Institute for Fruit Growing and Ornamentals started with selections from the local population in 1950. Hungarian best, Ceglédi óriás, Mandulakajszi, and other delicate and processable cultivars were

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Noémi Makovics-Zsohár, Magdolna Tóth, Dezső Surányi, Szilvia Kovács, Attila Hegedűs, and Júlia Halász

., 2015 ). SSR analysis of traditional Turkish plums collected in east Anatolia revealed high genetic diversity ( Öz et al., 2013 ). Some plum species are native to Hungary ( Rapaics, 1940 ). Plums in Hungary are highly variable because of the spontaneous

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Géza Bujdosó, Attila Fodor, and Anita Karacs-Végh

’, ‘Tiszacsécsi 2’, and ‘Pedro’ are the best pollenizers for ‘BD6’. The harvest date of ‘BD6’ is 10 d before that of ‘Milotai 10’ and 20 d before that of ‘Chandler’, which means these cultivars can be the first ripening among the Hungarian cultivars. Considering

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Magdolna Tóth, Gitta Ficzek, Ildikó Király, Szilvia Kovács, Mária Hevesi, Júlia Halász, and Zsolt Szani

‘Jonathan’, widely grown for making apple concentrates in Hungary showed that ‘Cordelia’ and ‘Hesztia’ presented the best properties potentially used for processing concentrates ( Nótin et al., 2010 ; Table 5 ). Table 5. Properties of four new and two

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Attila Hegedűs, Emőke Balogh, Rita Engel, Béla Zoltan Sipos, János Papp, Anna Blázovics, and Éva Stefanovits-Bányai

total. In Hungary, these are also the main species, representing 96.1% of Hungarian berry production, and their importance is expected to increase further as the concept of “functional food” becomes more popular. Enhanced functional properties of berries

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Tuan Anh Le, Zoltán Pék, Sándor Takács, András Neményi, Hussein G. Daood, and Lajos Helyes

. (Nyíregyháza, Hungary) can be used for many horticultural plant cultures. It has the following bacterial composition: Pseudomonas putida , Azotobacter chroococcum , Bacillus circulans , and Bacillus megaterium with germ number: 10 9 cell cm −3 ( Balla

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mustard produced the most residue in the fall, but it did not persist into the spring. Barley and oats produced less fall residue, but had more residue in the spring. White mustard had the best weed control, although additional weed management was

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Bernadine C. Strik, John R. Clark, Chad E. Finn, and M. Pilar Bañados

exported. Fig. 2. Worldwide cultivated blackberry production in 2005; 1 Mg = 1.1023 ton. Hungary was the next largest producer in Europe with 1600 ha or 21% of the total area and 12,000 Mg, most of which was processed and exported. Countries in Europe with

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Ildikó Hernádi, Zita Sasvári, Jana Albrechtová, Miroslav Vosátka, and Katalin Posta

glycosides, tocopherols, and ascorbic acid ( Khoo et al., 2011 ; Márkus et al., 1999 ). In addition, they contain serotonin derivatives ( Kang et al., 2009 ). Until the introduction of the first sweet pepper in the 1920s, Hungary was best known for hot

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Attila Ombódi, Noémi Koczka, Andrea Lugasi, Hussein Gehad Daood, Mária Berki, and Lajos Helyes

are easier to grow successfully and are widely used by small-scale producers ( Brewster, 2008 ; O’Connor, 2006 ). The use of onion sets is an important practice in Europe, The Netherlands, Poland, and Hungary being the main producers of onion sets ( O