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Mark K. Ehlenfeldt and Matthew Kramer

Ehlenfeldt, M.K. Rowland, L.J. Ogden, E.L. Vinyard, B.T. 2007 Floral bud cold hardiness of Vaccinium ashei, V. constablaei , and hybrid derivatives and their potential for producing northern-adapted rabbiteye cultivars HortScience 42 1131 1134 El-Agamy, S

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Madeline Wimmer, Beth Ann Workmaster and Amaya Atucha

size and vegetative vigor ( Reynolds and Vanden Heuvel, 2009 ), which can be an effective tool when growing vigorous cultivars, such as hybrid and American ( Vitis labrusca ) cultivars, in cool climates with fertile soils, like those found in midwestern

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Campbell G. Davidson

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Mark K. Ehlenfeldt, Lisa J. Rowland, Elizabeth L. Ogden and Bryan T. Vinyard

-hardy ( Brightwell et al., 1949 ; Darrow et al., 1952 ). Such hybrids are being pursued to achieve these goals. Vaccinium constablaei is a highbush-like hexaploid species found at higher elevations in northern Georgia, western North Carolina, and eastern

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James A. Schrader, Diana R. Cochran, Paul A. Domoto and Gail R. Nonnecke

; Minnesota Grape Growers Association, 2016 ). We examined the winterhardiness and annual phenology of 12 northern hybrid grape cultivars in central Iowa. Weather in Iowa varies greatly throughout the year, with average summer extreme highs of 96.4 °F and

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Sandra B. Wilson, Gary W. Knox, Keona L. Nolan and James Aldrich

( Pemberton and Liu, 2009 ). Over 11 different species and hybrids from the privet genus, Ligustrum , are commercially available in the United States, each with numerous cultivars. Popularity is attributed to evergreen leaves, white-panicled flowers

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Reid R. Rice and William F. Tracy

germplasm, serving as an ancestor of almost all modern yellow endosperm hybrids ( Galinat, 1971 ; Gerdes and Tracy, 1994 ). As a result, the background of many of today’s sweet corn cultivars includes a significant portion of, if not 100%, Northern Flint

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James A. Schrader, Diana R. Cochran, Paul A. Domoto and Gail R. Nonnecke

cold-tolerant of these selections is a group commonly referred to as “northern hybrids,” which are cultivars based on interspecific hybridization between european common grape ( Vitis vinifera ) and native grape species such as riverbank grape ( Vitis

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Tyler Simons, Hanne Sivertsen and Jean-Xavier Guinard

and Sacramento area of Northern California with fruit that they might encounter in a typical purchasing situation. We hypothesized that consumer preferences for mandarins would be heterogeneous, with unique cluster preferences for specific sensory

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Richard L. Hassell, Jonathan R. Schultheis, Wilfred (Bill) R. Jester, Stephen M. Olson, Donald N. Maynard and Gilbert A. Miller

longer than in states located in more northern latitudes. Diploid or seeded watermelons were the only type of watermelons commercially marketed until the 1980s, and fruit averaged at least 20 lb. Seeded “ice box” melon cultivars, such as Mickylee and