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for spreading of these viroids by propagation of infected budwood and contaminated pruning tools ( Roistacher, 1991 ). The Texas citrus budwood certification program was initiated to produce virus-free budwood regulated by the Texas Department of

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‘Dilbay’ is an early-maturing table apricot ( Prunus armeniaca L.) cultivar developed from the Multi-Purpose Apricot Breeding Program at the Inonu University, Malatya, Turkey. ‘Dilbay’ is suitable for fresh consumption because it has perfect fruit

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Seed Certification Center of Turkish Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock on 3 Nov. 2017. The mother tree of ‘Eylul’ is located on the Battalgazi Campus of Inonu University in Malatya, Turkey. Limited quantities of budwood are usually available

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Horticulture Bachelor of Arts Degree Program Jayne M. Zajicek, Sharon A. Duray, R. Daniel Lineberger*, and Tim D. Davis, Department of Horticultural Sciences, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843-2133 Curricula in many horticulture departments have

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the Germplasm Agrumes Collection at Station de Recherches Agronomiques , Corsica, France; and obtained as budwood by the Citrus Clonal Protection Program (CCPP) in 1997; released by CCPP as VI 709 in 2010. Fruit: medium; oblate; yellowish

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citrange and grown in Brea, CA for 15 years; budwood was taken from these trees for clean up by the California Citrus Clonal Protection Program and Pehrson Valencia #3 resulted. Fruit: medium; oblong to spherical; rind orange early in season with minimal

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