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Jinwook Lee, In-Kyu Kang, Jacqueline F. Nock, and Christopher B. Watkins

( DeEll et al., 2003 ; Fawbush et al., 2008 ; Zanella, 2003 ). A preharvest 1-MCP spray formulation (Harvista) is available commercially in North America and other regions. Preharvest 1-MCP treatment reduces fruit drop for ‘McIntosh’, ‘Delicious

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Steven J. McArtney, John D. Obermiller, Tom Hoyt, and Michael L. Parker

Henderson County, NC. A proprietary formulation of 1-MCP (3.8% a.i.; Harvista; AgroFresh, Inc., Spring House, PA) was applied at 160 mg·L −1 on 17 Sept. 2007 with a tractor-mounted axial fan sprayer calibrated to deliver 1850 L·ha −1 . Mixing and sprayer

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Jennifer R. DeEll and Behrouz Ehsani-Moghaddam

of 1-MCP for spraying fruit trees (3.8% a.i.; Harvista™; AgroFresh Inc., Spring House, PA) was applied at ≈160 mg·L −1 using an application volume of 1850 L·ha −1 . The 1-MCP formulation was supplemented with Silwet L-77 organosilicone surfactant

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Rachel Leisso, Ines Hanrahan, and Jim Mattheis

-methylcyclopropene (Harvista; AgroFresh Inc., Spring House, PA) had been applied to orchards A and M before harvest by the grower according to label instructions. Field temperature data, quality metrics, and soft scald disorder assessment. GDDs (base 10 °C) and CHs

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Achala N. KC, Ann L. Rasmussen, and Joseph B. DeShields

production in this region. Treatments and field design. A commercial formulation of 1-MCP (Harvista 1.3 SC; AgroFresh Inc., Collegeville, PA) was applied using an inline injector system attached to a Rears air-blast sprayer (MB300–28; Rears, Eugene

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Polyxeni M. Filios and William B. Miller

) and field crops (sunflower, wheat, and rice) as Harvista™ and Invinsa™. While the sprayable formulation has gained a significant presence in these crops, it is not currently registered for use on floriculture crops, and information on its use in