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B.T. Scully, R.N. Raid, G.N. Nuessly and E.A. Wolf

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J.C. Beaulieu, J.M. Lea, G. Eggleston and Z. Peralta-Inga

We express thanks to Dean Liere and Alex May, Syngenta Seeds, Inc., ROGERS Brand Vegetable Seeds, for supplying commercial cantaloupe cultivars, breeding inbreds and technical information. We gratefully appreciate the statistical advice and help

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James L. Brewbaker

Temperate sweet corn inbreds and hybrids routinely fail in the tropics. None of them show resistance in Hawaii to maize mosaic virus (MMV) or to the racial mixtures of southern rust ( Puccinia polysora Underw.), common rust ( P. sorghi Schw

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Reid R. Rice and William F. Tracy

., 2006 ) that genetic gains may be achieved in competitive U.S. dent corn breeding programs through incorporation of exotic germplasm in an effort to address the narrowing diversity of the germplasm base that has resulted from inbred recycling among elite

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Mark W. Farnham

it. ‘Hi-Test’ is a self-compatible, inbred cultivar that yields high-quality, uniform seed, containing high levels of the glucosinolate glucoraphanin (GR). This variety has very uniform growth characteristics, plant size, seed yield, and chemical

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Lindsay E. Wyatt, Amara R. Dunn, Matthew Falise, Stephen Reiners, Molly Jahn, Christine D. Smart and Michael Mazourek

separates from the epidermis causing a silver coloration ( Kline et al., 2011 ). A set of nine P. capsici -resistant bell pepper inbred lines (hereafter referred to as “PR lines”) has been developed that provides a new option to growers with phytophthora

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Jerald K. Pataky, Martin M. Williams II, Dean E. Riechers and Michael D. Meyer

Under certain environmental conditions in North America, some sweet corn hybrid cultivars and inbreds are injured by postemergence applications of cytochrome P450-metabolized corn herbicides. Some of the sweet corn cultivars that are sensitive to

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Christina H. Hagerty, Alfonso Cuesta-Marcos, Perry Cregan, Qijian Song, Phil McClean and James R. Myers

difference was small. Both parents were similar in fiber rating ( Fig. 1F ), and transgressive segregation was observed among the progeny for this trait. Fig. 1. Histograms of processing-related traits for the OSU5446 x RR6950 snap bean recombinant inbred

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Michael J. Havey and Borut Bohanec

The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, announces the release of onion inbred ‘B8667 A&B’ and synthetic population ‘Sapporo-Ki (SKI) -1 A&B’. Both of these releases represent a cytoplasmic male-sterile (A) line with its

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Kyle E. LaPlant, Lindsay E. Wyatt, George Moriarty, Maryann Fink-Brodnicki, Molly Jahn and Michael Mazourek

important trait for jack-o’-lantern pumpkins. The powdery mildew–resistant (PMR) pumpkin inbred lines we describe herein ( Fig. 1 ) are the original source of powdery mildew resistance in many commercially available pumpkins. This study evaluates and