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), and P. humilis has been gradually increasing in popularity as a promising Chinese fruit tree, owing to the high calcium content of its fruit. Meanwhile, Prunus pseudocerasus and Prunus serrulata (subgenus Cerasus ) have long been used as

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yedoensis ( Matsumura, 1901 ), but later the name P. × yedoensis ‘Somei-yoshino’ was proposed based on the artificial hybrid origin and clonality as confirmed by molecular markers ( Iketani et al., 2006 , 2007 ; Innan et al., 1995 ; Kato et al., 2012

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The fungus Blumeriella jaapii [anamorph Phloeosporella padi (Lib.) Arx] incites cherry leaf spot (CLS), a serious disease of tart cherry ( Prunus cerasus ) in the Great Lakes region of North America ( Jones, 1995 ) and Europe ( Annesi et al

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) on fruit size, fruit quality, and yield of ‘Montmorency’ tart cherry. Materials and Methods The trial was conducted in 2007 and 2008 in a commercial tart cherry orchard ( Prunus cerasus L. cv. Montmorency on Mahaleb rootstock) planted in 1994

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method was tested for: Rubus idaeus ‘Willamette’, Lyc ium barbarum , Amelanchier canadensis ‘Rainbow Pillar’, Ribes nigrum ‘Tisel’, cherry rootstock ‘Gisela 5’ ( Prunus cerasus × P. canescens ), Drosera capillaris , Drosera rotundifolia , and

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fewer studies on drip-fertigation of sweet cherry ( Neilsen et al., 2004a ). Recent research on drip-fertigated apples has indicated an early yield response to annual phosphorus (P) fertigation applied soon after bloom ( Neilsen et al., 2008

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strategies ( Pirnia et al., 2012 ; Sztejnberg, 1986 ). Under cold conditions, P. circumscissa can attach to dead organs on cherry trees. During the spring, this leads to the development of sexual ascospores that

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sour cherry ( Prunus cerasus ) Plant Mol. Biol. 62 371 383 Tsukamoto, T. Potter, D. Tao, R. Vieira, C.P. Vieira, J. Iezzoni, A.F. 2008a Genetic and molecular characterization of three novel S -haplotypes in sour cherry ( Prunus cerasus L.) J. Expt

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sweet cherry orchard of ‘Cristalina’ and ‘Skeena’ cultivars on the dwarfing rootstock Gisela 6 ( Prunus cerasus × Prunus canescens ) was planted in Mar. 2005 at the Pacific Agri-Food Research Center (PARC) in Summerland, British Columbia, Canada. Since

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. Materials and Methods The experimental block of ‘Lapins’ sweet cherry on Gisela 5 ( Prunus cerasus × Prunus canescens ) rootstock was planted in Apr. 1998 at the Pacific Agri-Food Research Center in Summerland, B.C. The spacing was 4 m (between trees in

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