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putative differences in vegetative and generative impacts on grape tomato scion performance, and 2) characterize the responses of determinate and indeterminate grape tomato scions to grafting. Materials and Methods Experimental material. Two

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yield. This may be especially beneficial for growers who have a small amount of land or limited capacity to fumigate. The ability to graft a scion with desirable traits, such as fruit quality or resistance to foliar disease, onto a desirable rootstock

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-grafted controls and as scions (Tomato Fest, Little River, CA). ‘Brandywine’ (BW) is a large, red, open-pollinated, indeterminate type valued for its excellent flavor and large size, whereas ‘Flamme’ (FL) is a golf ball-sized, orange, open-pollinated, indeterminate

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scion cultivar used in all other prior studies investigating rootstock-derived cold tolerance ( Ntatsi et al., 2014 , 2017 ; Venema et al., 2008 ). It would be beneficial to conduct studies using different tomato scion cultivars, both indeterminate and

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needed for small-acreage and/or farmer’s-market growers may be difficult due to constraints associated with specialized scion/rootstock cultivar selection, timing requirements of the grower (e.g., multiple small shipments vs. one large shipment), seasonal

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meristem is removed during grafting, it could potentially advance the timeline toward a finished transplant by 10 to 14 d. By reducing leaf area via scion SR, reliance on the healing chamber for additional microclimate modification beyond greenhouse

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concentrations ( Moreno et al., 2019 ; Nicoletto et al., 2013 ; Riga et al., 2016 ), and increases in titratable acidity (TA) ( Khah et al., 2006 ; Turhan et al., 2011 ). Scion × rootstock × environment interactions also influence fruit quality traits

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organically grown heirloom tomatoes. Materials and methods Grafted transplants. Heirloom tomato cultivar Brandywine [BW (TomatoFest, Little River, CA)] was used as scion with ‘Multifort’ [MU (De Ruiter Seeds, Bergschenhoek, The Netherlands)] and ‘Survivor’ [SU

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et al. 2018 . Research has suggested that both the scion and the rootstock play key roles in improving the fruit yield and quality of tomatoes ( Sora et al. 2019 ). Therefore, it is very important to select appropriate rootstock and scion

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root length than ‘Shield’. The indeterminate heirloom cultivar CP (Johnny’s Selected Seeds, Winslow, ME) is what the grower traditionally grows and, thus, used as both the scion for the two rootstocks and the nongrafted control. Seeds were started in 72

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