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James Mattheis and David R. Rudell

). Cortex cavities, calyx-end peel browning, and core flush developed only in year two, with calyx-end leather blotch highest in fruit treated with 1-MCP and stored at 0.5 kPa O 2 . Core flush only developed in 1-MCP fruit stored in air. The incidence of

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Ksenija Gasic and John E. Preece

storage and shelf life. Origin: Better3Fruit, N.V., Rillaar, Belgium by I. De Wit, H. Eyssen, J. Keulemans, J. Nicolai, E. Pauwels and P. Van Laer. Braeburn × Gala; USPP 23,823; 27 Aug 2013. Fruit: conic with moderate crowning at calyx end, 50% to 75

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Chad E. Finn and John R. Clark

; consistently large for season, typically 76 mm long, 71 mm wide; stem long, 39 mm, stout with no cavity; skin yellow-green, slight russet at calyx end, thin, moderately shiny; flesh yellow-white, crisp, juicy, becomes buttery, SS 11.8%; ripens on tree early

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John R. Clark and Chad E. Finn

lenticels, conical shape, and a distinctive, low-acid, sweet flavor. Origin: Bridgeport, WA, by G.S. Orozco. Chance seedling selected in 2001; USPP 20,190; 28 July 2009. Fruit: oblong-conic, no ribbing, slight calyx-end lobing; very large, 80 mm diameter