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less firm than many other commonly grown cultivars ( Yang et al., 2009 ) and has been found to split in some other production regions such as southern Chile (B.C. Strik, personal observation). The biofilm (Parka; Cultiva, Las Vegas, NV) was developed

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cuticle supplements, RainGard ® (Valent; Walnut Creek, CA) ( Valent, 2016 ) and Parka+™ (Cultiva; Las Vegas, NV), are available in the marketplace to reduce the incidence of cracking or delay the cracking of fruit ( Schrader and Sun, 2006 ). The cherry

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, and fragrance ( Li et al., 2014c ; Schneitz, 1999 ). Chinese cymbidiums have been cultivated for several centuries in Asia, especially in China, Korea, and Japan, because of the high ornamental and economic value of these plants ( Moea and Parka, 2012

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supplement (Parka+™) prior to harvest in order to avoid economic losses due to splitting of fruit due to rainfall. When rainfall did not occur, Cliff et al. (p. 416) found that the flavor (sweetness, tartness, cherry flavor) of treated fruit remained

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