Fruit Varieties Journal

Tables of Contents - 1980 to 1989 (Volumes 34-43)

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Volume 34

January 1980, Number 1

 

 

The Pollen Receptivity Period and Its Relation to Fruit Setting in the Stone Fruits

T. K. Toyama

2*

Phenological Development of Different Vitis Cultivars

K. A. Anderson, G. S. Howell and J. A. Wolpert

5

Performance of Selected New Late Season Apple Cultivars in Tennessee

C. A. Mullins and David W. Lockwood

8

Some New Varieties of Strawberry for U. P. Hills

J. N. Seth and S. D. Lal

11

Ah-oon-ye-ya-pa, The Sand Cherry: Its Origin, Improvement and Nomenclature

B. Garley

13

Starkrimson Cherry (Zaiger 16-200)

J. Frecon

18

Zaiger Receives Research Awards

B. Wynne

19

Harogem Apricot

R. E. C. Layne

20

Canoga and Honeoye Strawberries

R. E. Krauss

21

1979 Wilder Medal

B. H. Barritt

22

American Pomological Society 94th Annual Meeting, August 3, 1979

 

22

A 1200 Year-Old Litchi Tree Flourishes in the People’s Republic of China

Tieng Sang

23

Index to Volume 33

 

24

* Shepard Award Winner, 1980

 

 

 

 

 

April 1980, Number 2

 

 

A Message from the President

J. N. Moore

26

Scionwood of Apple Cultivars, Rootstocks and Species Available from the Plant Introduction Station

H. E. Waterworth

27

Citrus Cultivation in China

Liang Bao

34

Blackberry Production and Cultivar Situation in North America

J. N. Moore

36

A Population Vaccinium corymbosum L. in Wisconsin

M. N. Dana and M. H. Bigger

42

Polyploid Breeding: A Valuable Tool for Fruit Crop Improvement

Craig K. Chandler

43

Origin of the Macoun Apple Cultivar

Jean A. Houser

45

 

 

 

July 1980, Number 3

 

 

Grape Cultivars – Northeast Region

Robert M. Pool

50

Grape Production in Four North Central States and Kentucky

Garth A. Cahoon

54

Grape Cultivar Situation in Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas

J. N. Moore

59

Grape Growing and Cultivar Review of the Pacific Northwest

M. Ahmedullah

61

Grape Variety Acreage in Arizona and California

H. P. Olmo

65

Apricot Cultivar Situation in North America

David W. Ramming

70

 

 

 

October 1980, Number 4

 

 

Pear Cultivars of North America

P. Lombard, J. Hull, Jr., and M. N. Westwood

74

The Current Status of Red Raspberry Cultivars in the United States and Canada

F. J. Lawrence

84

Yield and Harvest Season of Three Red Raspberry Cvs. in the Fall-Fruit-Only System of Management

H. D. Stiles

89

Morphological Characteristics of the Adaxial Surfaces of the Floral Tube in Peach (Prunus persica L. Batsch.)

R. K. Simons and M. C. Chu

91

Walnut Cultivation and Utilization in China

Bien Ji

98

New Variety: Stark Crimson Gold Nectarine

J. Frecon

100

Volume 35

January 1981, Number 1

 

 

Field Susceptibility of Apple Cultivars to Scab, Venturia inaequalis and Powdery Mildew Podosphaera lencotricha in a Cool, Humid Climate

R. A. Norton

2

Jonathan, Jonnee, Jonadel and Jonalicious Apples: A Quality Comparison

R. C. Rom and G. R. Motichek

6

Performance of Selected New Strawberry Cultivars in Tennessee

C. A. Mullins, T. D. Cordrey and D. W. Lockwood

9

Rootstock Studies with Peach and Prunus subcordata Benth

A. N. Roberts and M. N. Westwood

12

Performance of Several Peach Cultivars on Prunus tomentosa and Prunus besseyi in Maryland

R. C. Funt and B. L. Goulart

20

Interstock/Rootstock Effect on Bing Cherry Fruit Quality

F. E. Larsen and M. E. Patterson

23

Nectarine and Peach Varietal Response to NAA Sprout Inhibition

J. H. Aldrich, C. E. Arnold, and C. P. Andrews

26

Book Reviews

R. K. Simons, J. Barkovic, and A. Hutchinson

5, 29-30

American Pomological Society 95th Annual Meeting, July 27, 1980

 

31

 

 

 

April 1981, Number 2

 

 

A Hundred Years of Loganberries

D. L. Jennings

34

Current Citrus Cultivar Situation in California and Arizona

R. K. Soost

38

Citrus Scion Cultivars in Florida and Texas

C. J. Hearn

44

Plum and Prune cultivar Situation in the West Coast of North America

D. W. Ramming

48

The Plum Industry in the Southeastern United States

J. M. Thompson

53

Pecan Cultivar Review - Southeast

C. E. Arnold and C. P. Andrews

55

Red Raspberry Clones Resistant to Root Rot

B. H. Barritt, P. C. Crandall, and P. R. Bristow

60

An Unusual Mottle Produced in Some Prunus besseyi x Prunus salicina hybrids

P. R. Fridlund

63

Freeze Damage in Six Rabbiteye Blueberry Cultivars

J. M. Spiers

68

Scionwood of Pear Cultivars and Species Available from the U. S. Plant Introduction Station

H. E. Waterworth

71

Bacterial Spot Susceptibility in Low Chilling Peaches

W. B. Sherman and P. M. Lyrene

74

Stark ® Encore Peach

J. Frecon

76

Chaubattia Anupam, and Early Sweet Apple

J. N. Seth, S. D. Lal, S. S. Solanki and R. P. Kuksal

77

The Mark Apple Rootstock

R. F. Carlson

78

1980 Wilder Medal Recipient

M. Thompson

80

 

 

 

July 1981, Number 3

 

 

A Message from the President

R. C. Lamb

82

Cherry Cultivar Situation

R. L. Anderson

83

Performance of Selected Grape Cultivars Under Marginal Climatic Conditions in Tennessee I. French Hybrid Type

C. A. Mullins, D. L. Coffey, D. W. Lockwood, and J. L. Collins

92

Performance of Selected Grape Cultivars Under Marginal Climatic Conditions in Tennessee II. American Type

C. A. Mullins, D. L. Coffey, and D. W. Lockwood

96

Determination of Optimum Maturity for Several Apple Cultivars Grown in Minnesota

C. Brun, C. Stushnoff and S. Munson

100

Explorer – A New Full-Season Japanese-Type Plum for the Southeastern United States

J. M. Thompson and V. E. Prince

104

New Plum Variety: Blackamber

D. W. Ramming and O. L. Tanner

106

Ennis – A Large Filbert

H. B. Lagerstedt

107

Butler – A Filbert Pollinizer

H. B. Lagerstedt

109

New Spur Type McIntosh Introduced by Stark Bro’s

J. Frecon

111

American Pomological Society 1981 Meeting

 

112

 

 

 

October 1981, Number 4

 

 

Temperate Fruit Breeding in Brazil

B. Nakasu, M. Bassols and A. Feliciano

114

Introduction and Evaluation of Low Chilling Peach and Nectarine Cultivars in the Bolivian Highlands

R. Scorza and H. Miramendy

122

Performance of Four Apple Cultivars on Malling 26 Rootstocks Grown in Intensive Culture with Summer Shearing

A. H. Thompson and B.L. Rogers

126

A Comparison of the Growth and Fruiting of McIntosh and MacSpur Apple Trees

C. S. Walsh

131

Lenticel Origin on Golden Delicious Apple Fruits

M. Shaheen, N. M. Miles and G. L. Kreitmer

134

Book Review. Plant Science: Growth, Development and Utilization of Cultivated Plants.

H. T. Hartmann, W. J. Flocker and A. M. Kofranek

136

Criteria for Determining Peach Variety Susceptibility to Cytospora Canker

N. S. Luepschen

137

Virus-Tested Rubus Cultivars in the USDA Research Collection

R. H. Converse

141

First Genetic Dwarf Red Delicious Introduced

J. Frecon

146

Peach Breeders Workshop, 1981

W. B. Sherman

147

Letters to the Editor

 

147, 148

John T. Bregger 1896 - 1981

 

148
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Volume 36

January 1982, Number 1

 

 

Multi-State Cooperative Interstem Planting Established in 1976

David C. Ferree

2

Current Status and Recent Trends in Florida Citrus Scion Cultivars

C. J. Hearn

7

Flesh Browning of Peach and Nectarine Cultivars

D. J. Werner and J. R. Ballington

12

An Improved Medium for the In Vitro Rooting of Harbrite Peach

R. M. Skirvin

15

Effects of Post Bloom Alar Sprays on ‘Spigold’ Apples

J. N. Cummins

18

Index of Fruit Varieties Journal Volumes 25 through 34 (1871-1980)

G. M. Kessler

22

Index for Volume 35

 

30

American Pomological Society 96th Annual Meeting August 13, 1981, Atlanta, Georgia

 

31

 

 

 

April 1982, Number 2

 

 

A New Philosophy for Peach Rootstock Development

R. C. Rom

34

An Evaluation Over 16 Years of Delicious Strains and Other Cultivars on Several Rootstocks and hardy Interstems

D. C. Ferree, J. C. Schmid, and C. A. Morrison

37

Rooting Apple Cultivars for the “Meadow Orchard”

J. N. Cummins

45

A Preliminary Study of the Meteor Cherry (Prunus cerasus L.)

R. G. Goldy, R. L. Andersen, and J. N. Cash

47

Reprint Order

 

51

An Evaluation of Delicious Strains for the Size and Shape of Fruit

W. J. Lord

52

Performance of Selected Sweet Cherry Cultivars Under Shenandoah Valley Conditions

C. G. Lyons, Jr., R. E. Byers and K. S. Yoder

54

Book Review: Western Fruit: Berries & Nuts, How to Select, Grow and Enjoy

R. L. Stebbins (Rev. by R. D. Way)

56

The Effect of Sudangrass Straw and Poly-Foam Mulches When Used as Winter Protectants on the Growth and Yield of Redcoat Strawberries

L. B. Hertz and C. Stushnoff

57

Sweet Ann and Utah Giant Sweet Cherries Introduced

S. V. Thomson

59

Five New Grapes Varieties

B. T. Johnson

60

George D. Oberle – 1907-1980

 

62

Harry W. Guengerich – 1895-1981

 

62

John Einset – 1915-1981

 

63

Annual Meeting – American Pomological Society - 1982

 

64

 

 

 

July 1982, Number 3

 

 

New and Forthcoming Apple Rootstocks

J. N. Cummins and H. S. Aldwinckle

66

Commercial Citrus Rootstocks in the United States

W. S. Castle

74

Annual Chill Unit Accumulation in the U. S.

H. J. Swartz and S. E. Gray

80

Rubus arcticus L. the Arctic Raspberry

P. S. Holloway

84

Commercial Acceptance of Red Raspberry Varieties Developed in British Columbia

H. A. Daubney

87

 

 

 

October 1982, Number 4

 

 

Cold Hardiness of Peaches and Nectarines Following a Test Winter

R. E. C. Layne

90*

Winter Injury to Apple Trees

J. Warner

99

Apple Rootstock Density Trials

C. A. Mullins and D. E. Deyton

103

Registration of Amelanchier Names

R. J. Hilton

108

The Roxbury Russet Apple

R. C. Rom

110

Robusto – A New Vigorous and Precocious Plum for the Southeastern United states

J. M. Thompson and V. E. Prince

112

The Gilbert Strawberry

F. A. Gilbert

114

*Shepard Award Winner for 1982

 

 

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Volume 37

January 1983, Number 1

 

 

A Message from the President

R. C. Rom

2

The Peach Rootstock Situation : An International Perspective

R. C. Rom

3

Rootstocks for Cherry, Plum, And Apricot – Present and Future

W. R. Okie

15

Pear Rootstocks: Present and Future

M. N. Westwood and P. B. Lombard

24

Letter to the Editor

D. B. Perrine

28

Low Temperature Injury to Peach Injury to Peach Flower Buds in Southwest Virginia in 1982

S. C. Myers

30

Index for Volume 36

 

31

 

 

 

April 1983, Number 2

 

 

Two Spine-Free Raspberries

D. L. Jenning

34

A Comparison of Five Pacific Northwest Strawberry Cultivars for Hand and Machine Harvesting

L. W. Martin and P. J. Pelofske

37

Effects of Fluctuating Winter Temperature Stress on Growth and Productivity of Grape (Vitis) Species

C. A. Mullins, K. Petrey, D. E. Deyton, and D. L. Coffey

42

Effects of Apple Cultivar, Rootstock, and Orchard Spacing on Yields, Tree Survival, and Tree Growth

C. A. Mullins and D. E. Deyton

52

American Pomological Society

U. P. Hedrick Awards

59

 

 

 

July 1983, Number 3

 

 

The Penn State Low Trellis Hedgerow System of Apple Production

L. D. Tukey

62

A Long Term Storage of Raspberry Pollen

A. G. Otterbacher, E. W. Hellman, and R. M. Skirvin

80

Book Reviews

 

82

American Pomological Society – U. P. Hedrick Awards

 

83

Wilder Medal Committee

 

84

 

 

 

October 1983, Number 4

 

 

New American Pomological Society Awards Honors U. P. Hedrick

R. C. Lamb

86

Cranberry Cultivar List

M. C. Dana

88

Variations in Growth and Productivity Among Macspur Apple Trees and Growth Comparisons between Spur and Nonspur McIntosh and Delicious Cultivars

W. J. Lord, R. A. Damch, Jr. and D. W. Greene

95

The Marshall McIntosh

W. J. Lord

99

Performance of the Apple Cultivar Prima in Ireland

M. J. Hennerty

100

Bot Canker – A Threat to the Apple Industry in the South

E. A. Brown, F. F. Hendriz, and N. E. McGlohor

 

Strawberry Cultivar Testing in Norway

J. Ovdvin, M. Meland, A. Hjeltnes, and M. Flones

105

Response of Peach Trees to Various Planting Distances

F. O. Hartman and R. G. Hill, Jr.

108

Autogamy Among Selected Peach and Nectarine Cultivars

S. A. Weinbaum and A. Erez

113
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Volume 38

January 1984, Number 1

 

 

Spur Leaf Characteristics of Nine Apple Cultivars

C. C. Rom and D. C. Ferree

2

Breeding Early-Ripening Low-Chilling Peaches in Florida

B. Mowrey and W. Sherman

6

An Assessment and Illustration of Winter Injury to Selected Apple Cultivars in Nova Scotia 1980-81

C. G. Embree

8

History of Fruit Growing- Errata

M. N. Westwood

13

Cryogenic Storage of Olive Pollen

D. E. Parfitt and A. A. Almehdi

14

Performance of the Julyred and Tydeman’s Red Apple Cultivars in Tennessee

C. A. Mullins

17

Performance of 3 Sweet Cherry, Prunus avium L. Cultivars on 5 Clonal Rootstocks

R. S. Stebbins and H. R. Cameron

21

Performance of Bramble Cultivars in Louisiana

C. A. Lundergan, S. K. Sklar, and J. A. Carlisi

24

Peach Breeders Conference

W. R. Okie

30

Index for Volume 37

 

32

 

 

 

April 1984, Number 2

 

 

Observations of Psylla Resistance Among Several Pear Cultivars and Species

H. A. Quamme

34

Biannual Peaches in the Tropics

W. B. Sherman and P. M. Lyrene

37

Preliminary Evaluation of Low-Chilling Peaches and Nectarines in Warm-Winter Areas of Chile

C. Munoz, J. Valenzuela, A. Ibacache, and W. B. Sherman

40

Peach Tree Response to Fluctuating Temperatures

R. K. Simons and C. C. Doll

44

Some New Apricot Cultivars Developed for Uttar Pradesh (India) Hills

J. N. Seth, P. C. Ghildiyal and R. P. Joshi

51

The Japanese Apple Cultivar, Kitanosachi

L. D. Tukey

54

Blackberry Pollen Sterility Associated with Merton Thornless Germplasm

E. W. Hellman and J. R. Clark

55

Novole, an Apple Stock Resistant to Voles and Other Environmental Hazards

J. N. Cummins, H. S. Aldwinckle and R. E. Byers

58

The Stearns Apple

R. A. Nitschke

60

Numerical Methods for Classifying Avocado Cultivars

R. J. Lebowitz

64

Summer Pearl Peach

J. L. Frecon, S. A. Mehlenbacher, C. H. Bailey, and L. F. Hough

70

Disease Resistant Apple Releases

 

71

Letters to the Editor and Book Review

 

72

 

 

 

July 1984, Number 3

 

 

Pistachio Production Problems

J. C. Crane

74

The California Almond Industry

D. E. Kester and W. C. Micke

85

Filbert Production

H. V. Lagerstedt

95

Macadamia Nut Production in Hawaii

P. J. Ito

101

Pecan Cultivars: Current Use and Recommendations

Tommy E. Thompson

103

Walnuts

D. Ramos, G. McGranahan and L. Hendricks

112

Sour Cherry Breeding in Eastern Europe

A. F. Iezzoni

121

History of the Old Home x Farmingdale Pear Rootstocks

L. A. Brooks

126

 

 

 

October 1984, Number 4

 

 

Breeding Peaches in North America for Cold Hardiness and Perennial Canker (Leucostoma spp.) Resistance – Review and Outlook

R. E. C. Layne

130

Fruit Survival Ratings of Peaches and Nectarines Following Late Spring Freezes During Two Years

D. W. Cain, J. D. Ridley, and W. C. Newall

136

Early Flowering and Fruiting in Potted Citrus Trees: Exploitation for Mutation Breeding

E. Salomon and S. A. Weinbaum

139

Increased Productivity of Montmorency Tart Cherry on WA 900 Mahaleb Roots

D. F. Milikan and A. D. Hibbard

143

Influences of Rootstocks and Support Systems on Yield, Tree Size, and Cork Spot on Spur and Non-Spur Delicious Apple Trees

R. M. Crassweller and M. E. Ferree

145

Flowering, Spur Formation and Limb Angles of Delicious Apple Strains

D. O. Ketchie

150*

Performance of Some Almond Cultivars in the Pithoragarh Valley of Uttar- Pradesh, India

R. D. Singh and H. Lal

153

Black Ben Davis or Gano: A Question of Right, Truth, and Justice

G. Ames and R. Rom

155

Dr. George Darrow (1889 – 1983)

D. H. Scott

159

Ulysses Prentiss Hedrick (1870-1951)

M. N. Westwood

161

Book Review

R. A. Norton

162

New, Easier-To-Manage Montmorency Tree

W. E. Heuser

163

1983 Wilder Medal Winners

H. W. Fogle

164

Amelanchier Cultivar Addenda

R. J. Hilton

165

Hilltop Celebrates 75 Years

 

166

American Pomological Society U. P. Hedrick Awards

 

168

* Shepard Award Winner for 1984

 

 

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Volume 39

January 1985, Number 1

 

 

Mutsu: Performance and Evaluation Over Three Decades

F. Kappel and J. T. A. Proctor

2

Flower Bud Initiation in Strawberry Cultivars

B. C. Strik

5

Potential Methods for gene Exchange Between Rabbiteye and Highbush Blueberries

R. G. Goldy and P. M. Lyrene

9

Current Status of Genetic Dwarf Fruit Trees for the Northwest

R. A. Norton

12

Influence of Growth Regulators and Nitrogen Form on Micropropagation of Rabbiteye Blueerries

M. J. Young and J. S. Cameron

16

Yield Stability in 10 Cultivars of Strawberry

J. F. Hancock

18*

Color Evaluation of Seventeen Strains of ‘Delicious’

R. M. Crassweller, J. Walker, and R. L. Shewfelt

21

Producing New Morello Cherry Varieties

S. Kovacs

25

Breeding of New Disease Resistant Apple Varieties

S. Kovacs

26

Wild Vitis riparia from Northern U. S. and Canada – Breeding Sources for Winter Hardiness in Cultivated Grapes – A Background of the Swenson Hybrids

E. P. Swenson

28

‘Stark Summer Treat’ Apple

S. A. Mehlenbacher, L. F. Hough, C. H. Bailey and J. L. Frecon

32

‘Stark Saturn’ Peach

S. A. Mehlenbacher, L. F. Hough, C. H. Bailey, and J. L. Frecon

33

Peach Breeders Conference - 1984

R. C. Rom

34

Wilder Medal Nominations

H. W. Fogle

35

Index for Volume 38

 

36

*Shepard Award Winner for 1985

 

 

 

 

 

April 1985, Number 2

 

 

U. S. China Citrus Symposium

C. Jack Hearn

2

Citrus Production and Research in China

Hu Zhaoling

2

Wilder Certificates Awarded

R. C. Rom

6

Citriculture: Past, Present, and Future

H. J. Reitz

7

Hybridization of Citrus and Related Genera

H. C. Barrett

11

The Status of Fortunella Genetic Resources in China

Y. Yin-min

17

Citrus Clonal Selection, Progeny Testing and In vitro Propagation

W-C. Zhang

20

Citrus Scion Improvement Program

C. Jack Hearn

34

Induced Mutations in Citrus Shoot Tip Culture In Vitro

L. Gung-Bee and D. S. Shin

38

A Study on Induction of Plants from Citrus Pollen

C. Zhen-Guang

44

Environmental Factors Affecting Citrus

George Yelenosky

51

Wilder Medal Award

W. R. Okie

58

Studies on the Problem of Citrus Growing in Coastal Mud Flat

W. Maidong

59

 

 

 

July 1985, Number 3

 

 

The Early Bearing and High Yield of Sweet Orange (Citrus sinensis Osbeck) on Red Loam in Guangdong, China

Nan-Sun Zhou

2

A Report of the Citriculture on the Coastal Sandy, Windy Land

C. Zhusan and L. Jinquan

10

Studies on Citrus Rootstocks for Sweet Orange

Z. Xue-Yuan

14

Rootstock Development Screening and Selection for Disease Tolerance and Horticulture Characteristics

D. J. Hutchinson

21

Book Review

D. C. Ferree

25

Plant-Parasitic nematodes Affecting Citrus

D. T. Kaplan

26

The Present Status of Citrus Virus and Virus-like diseases in China

Z. Xueyuan and J. Yuanhui

30

Virus and Virus-Like Diseases of Citrus and Their Impact on Citrus Production and Germplasm Selection

S. M. Garnsey

36

Florida Citrus Packinghouse Operations and Handling

W. F. Wardowski

46

Redchief (Mercier) New, Earlier Red Delicious

 

51

Bellaire Peach

 

52

Antique Apples of Virginian Origin

E. Fisher

52

 

 

 

October 1985, Number 4

 

 

Pome Fruit Germplasm Resources Inventory

V. A. Triolo, H. W. Fogle, and M. Faust

2

Heterozygosityy for self-incompatibility in Lloyd george red Raspberry

E. Keep

5

Quarantined and Quarantine-Released Prunus sp. Accessions: The Integration of Quarantined-Germplasm Inventories into the germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN)

B. J. Parliman, H. Talbot, J. D. Mowder, and N. F. Foran

7

An Analysis of Winter Injury to Grapevines as a Result of Two severe Winters in Washington

M. Ahmedulla

29

Weed Control in Northcountry Blueberry with Preemergence Herbicides

L. B. Hertz and D. K. Wildung

34

The Marshall McIntosh Apple

W. J. Bramlage and W. R. Autio

37

A Preliminary Trial of Some Exotic Stocks for Apricots

J. N. Cummins

41

W. D. Armstrong Presented the Wilder Medal

 

43

Peach Breeders Conference

D. W. Cain

44

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Volume 40

January 1986, Number 1

 

 

The ‘Delicious’ Apple

C. D. Fear and P. A. Domoto

2

Stability of Yield in Highbush Blueberry Cultivars

J. H. Siefker and J. F. Hancock

5

Relationship between Parental Flower Bud Set and Seedling Precociousness in Peach and Nectarine, Prunus persica (L.) Batsch

J. Rodriquez and W. B. Sherman

8

In Vitro Propagation of Peach” 1. Propagation of ‘Lovell’ and ‘Nemaguard’ Peach Rootstocks

A. A. Almehdi and D. E. Parfitt

12

Grape Cultivar Performance on the Tennessee Cumberland Plateau

C. A. Mullins

18

Relationship Between Autumn Growth Cessation and Chilling Requirement in Peach

B. R. Mowrey and W. B. Sherman

24

The Response of ‘Scott’ and ‘RedChief’ Strawberries to a Raised Bed System of Culture

B. L. Goulart and R. C. Funt

29

Chick-A-Dee ‘McIntosh’ A New Spur-Type Strain

W. C. Olien

34

Subject Matter and Review Policy Fruit Variety Journal

 

35

Index for Volume 39

 

36

 

 

 

April 1986, Number 2

 

 

‘Bartlett’ Pear

C. K. Chandler

38

Red Raspberry Yelf Trials in Southwestern and Western Montana

R. H. Lockerman, N. W. Callan, D. R. Graham and R. D Joy

39

Effects of Postharvest and Postbloom Sprays of Daminozide on Apples

D. W. Greene, W. J. Lord, F. W. Southwick, and J. E. Sincuk

41

In vitro Propagation of Peach: II A Medium for In Vitro Multiplication of 56 Peach Cultivars

D. E. Parfitt and A. A. Almehdi

46

Cytoplasms of Highbush Blueberry Cultivars

J. Hancock and S. Krebs

49

Apple Cultivars Bred in Canada: Selections from Controlled Crosses for Commercial Production

B. C. Strik and J. T. A. Proctor

51

Search for Resistance to Blueberry Shoestring Virus in Highbush Blueberry Cultivars

J. F. Hancock, K. M. Morimoto, N. L. Schute, J. M. Martin, and D. C. Ramsdell

56

Fire Blight Resistance of Several Wild Pear Seedlings Collected in Southwestern Ontario

H. A. Quamme

59

Luther Burbank Elected to National Inventors Hall of Fame

 

61

1985 Recipients of Wilder Silver Medal

 

62

Dr. Roger Way Wins Golden Apple Award

 

64

 

 

 

July 1986, Number 3

 

 

History of the Valencia Orange in the U. S.

R. K. Soost

66

A Simple Method for Field Identification of Mahaleb (Prunus mahaleb L.) Cherry Rootstock

R. L. Perry

68

Leaf Characteristics of Apple Dwarfing Rootstocks

R. K. Simons

71

The Correlation of Light Interception with Yield and Fruit Color of McIntosh Apple Strains

D. M. Hunter and J. T. A Proctor

79

Crabapple Cultivar Preferences of the Plum Curculio, Conotrachelus nenuphar (Herbst) (Coleoptera:Curculionidae)

S. R. Alm and F. R. Hall

83

Malling 13 Survives Waterlogging

J. N. Cummins

87

Scion/Rootstock Influence on Tree Survival of Asian Pears in the First Growing Season

F. E. Larsen and S. S. Higgins

88

Strawberry Improvement Program in Poland

E. Zurawitz, M. R. Warmund and D. F. Millidan

91

Developing a Dual Purpose Peach in Louisiana

P. W. Wilson and J. E. Boudreaux

93

Apple Cultivar Performance on M.26 in Southern Ohio

D. C. Ferree, D. R. Chandler and J. C. Schmid

97

Breeding Temperate Zone Fruit Crops for Resistance to Insects and Mites: A Much Needed Goal

C. K. Chandler

103

Apple Performance on M.8 and M.9 Interstems

D. C. Ferree

104

 

 

 

October 1986, Number 4

 

 

The Concord Grape

G. A. Cahoon

106

NC-140 1976 Cooperative Apple Interstem Planting

R. Simons, R. Hayden, P. Domoto, F. Morrison, G. Brown, W. Lord, R. Perry, M. Warmund, D. Ferree, E. Stang

108*

The Origin and Development of the KSC Apple Rootstocks

G. C. Embree and A. D. Crowe

116

Apple and peach Production in Warm Climates of Northwest Mexico

D. H. Diaz, J. J. Martinez, and W. B. Sherman

121

The Effects of Rootstock and Root-Interstem Combination on Growth, Productivity and Anchorage of a Spur and Standard Strain of Delicious Apple Tree

W. R. Autio and F. W. Southwick

128

Germplasm Release of ‘Lincon Logan’ a Tissue Culture-Derived Genetic Thornless ‘Loganberry

H. K. Hall, R. M. Skirvin, and W. F. Braam

134

Low Midwinter Temperature Injury to Peach Flower Buds in Georgia

S. C. Myers and W. R. Okie

136

Field Performance of Malus sargentii as a Rootstock for Four Commercial Apple Varieties

W. C. Olien, W. C. Stiles, R. C. McCrum

140

Bud Mortality and Phloem Injury of Siz Blackberry Cultivars Subjected to Low Temperatures

M. R. Warmund, M. F. George, and J. R. Clark

144

Arkansas Original Apples

R. C. Rom

147

*Shepard Award Winner for 1986

 

 

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Volume 41

 

January 1987, Number 1

 

 

The ‘Searles’ Cranberry

E. J. Stang

2

Rediscovering the Realm of Fruiting Mulberry Varieties

Yvonne Ottman

4

The Effect of Scion and Graft Union on Root Growth Potential (RGP) of Two Seedlings Cherry Rootsocks, Prunus mahaleb L. and P. avium L. ‘Mazzard

T. G. Beckman and R. L. Perry

8

Variation in Leaf Calcium in a Range of Apple Rootstocks

A. J. Kennedy, R. Watkins and J. M. Werts

13

Reactions of Crab Apples Considered As Potential Apple Pollinizers to Latent Virus Infection

P. R. Fridlund and M . D. Aichele

17

Fire Blight Susceptibility of Apple Introductions and selection

S. A. Mehlenbacher and E. H. Varney

19

Current Status of Several Japanese Apple Cultivars

R. A. Norton, R. L. Stebbins, and Y. Yoshida

22

Yield Comparisons of Five Strawberry Cultivars in Montana

R. H. Lockeman and N. W. Callan

29

Growth and Production of ‘Starkspur Supreme Delicious’ on 9 Rootstocks in the NC-140 Cooperative Planting

NC-140

31

Facts about Lingonberries

V. Trajkovski

39

Albert Etter: Fruit Breeder

R. Fishman

40

Large-Fruited Black Chokeberry (Aronia melanocarpa)

K. Kask

47

Index for Volume 40

 

48

 

 

 

April 1987, Number 2

 

 

The ‘Redhaven’ Peach

A. F. Iezzoni

50

‘Goldcrest’ Peach

D. W. Ramming and O. Tanner

52

Somaclonal Variation as a Tool for the Improvement of Perennial Fruit Crops

S. D. DeWald and G. A. Moore

54

A New Fruit Variant in Peach

D. J. Werner

57

Influence of Seedling Rootstocks on Hetrogeneity and Productivity in Fruit Trees: An Assessment and Discussion

S. A. Wienbaum, R. S. Johnson, and D. E. Parfitt

59

New French Stone Fruit Rootstocks

C. Grasselly

65

West Virginia Peach and Nectarine Fruit and Vegetable Bud Injury and Crop Rating Resulting from –28oC January Temperature

R. S. Young

68

Yield Components in Several Apple Clones

G. W. Eaton

73*

‘Mayfire’ Nectarine

D. W. Ramming and O. Tanner

80

‘Yellow Transparent’ Apple

K. Kask

82

Cracking Resistance in Certain Cherry Cultivars and Selections

J. King and R. A. Norton

83

*Shepard Award Winner for 1987

 

 

 

 

 

July 1987, Number 3

 

 

The ‘Napoleon’ Sweet Cherry

S. K. Brown

86

Thornless Blackberry ‘Perron’s Black’

T. Huber

87

Yield and Fruit Size in High Density Peach Hedgerows

T. E. Marler and J. P. Overcash

88

‘Autumn Black’ Grape

D. W. Ramming

90

‘Autumn Seedless’ Grape

D. W. Ramming

92

Scheduling Irrigation of Pecans in Louisiana

R. J. Edling, M. L. Hummel., J. E. Boudreaux, M. G. Lartigue, and V. Taylor

94

Effect of Initial Heading Height on Branch Development of Four Apple Cultivars

W. C. Olien

99

‘Perron’s Red’ Primocane Raspberry

T. Huber

104

Freeze Susceptiblity to Fruit Buds of Selected Apple Cultivars in East-Central Ontario, 1986

J. Warner

105

Cultivar Sensitivity of Grapevines to

 

 

2,4-D

E. W. Hellman

111

Current Trends in Stone Fruit Growing in Europe

S. Sansivini

114

 

 

 

October 1987, Number 4

 

 

‘Golden Delicious’ Apple-Famous West Virginian Known Around the World

T. A. Baugher and S. Blizzard

130

Fruit Yield and Solar Injury Comparison of Two Primocane Fruiting Red Raspberries

A. R. Renquist and H. G. Hughes

133

Processing Quality of Pear Selections in the Harrow Breeding Program

F. Kappel and H. A. Quamme

136

Effect of ‘Siberian C’ Rootstocks, Interstems, and Scion on Foliar Calcium Content in Peach

D. J. Werner and E. Young

140

Promising Commercial Highbush Blueberry Varieties for South-Eastern Australia

K. A. Clayton-Green and F. Goubran

142

Cold Injury to Flower Buds and Shoots of Blueberry Cultivars Following Extreme Low Fall Temperatures

C. D. Fear and V. F. Lawson

148

Performance of ‘McIntosh’ on 14 Rootstocks

D. C. Ferree and J. C. Schmid

150

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Volume 42

January 1988, Number 1

 

 

Kiwifruit

I. J. Warrington

2

‘Saharanpur Prabhat’ An Early Sweet Peach (Prunus persica Batsch)

S. S. Solanki, S. N. Singh, P. K. Saxena, and I. C. Pandey

4

Effects of Spring Frosts on Four Apple Cultivars

R. L. Granger and C. Vincent

5

Effects of Rootstock and Interstock on Seasonal Changes in Foliar Nutrient (N, P, K, Ca) Composition of ‘Delicious’ and ‘Golden Delicious’ Apple

S. West and E. Young

9

Status of Virus-Tested Rubus Cultivars in the USDA Research Collection

R. H. Converse

14

Hardiness of Apple and Peach Trees on the NC-140 Rootstock Trials

M. R. Warmund and J. V. Slater

20

Comparison of Early Performance and Fire Blight Susceptibility of 12 Early Season Apple Cultivars

D. C. Ferree, R. C. Funt, and C. K. Chandler

24

New Clonal Apple Rootstocks of the E. Series

K. Kask

31

Index for Volume 41

 

32

 

 

 

April 1988, Number 2

 

 

The ‘Jonathan’ Apple and its Progeny

R. C. Rom

34

Annual Deblossoming Increases Fire Blight Susceptibility of ‘Golden Delicious’/ M.9 Apple Trees

J. R. Schupp and D. C. Ferree

40

Trends of Production, Cultivars and Planting Systems on Apples and Pears in Western Europe

F. Winter and M. Welte

44

The Importance of Growth During Flower Bud Differentiation to Maximizing Yield in Strawberry Genotypes

B. C. Strik and J. T. A. Proctor

45

Effects of Training System on Yield in ‘Early Redhaven’ Peach

L. G. Denby, M. Meheriuk and R. Brownlee

49

Arthropods in a scab, Venturia inaequalis (Cke.) Wint. (Ascomycetes:Mycosphaerellacea), and European Red Mite Panonychus ulmi (Koch), (Acari:Tetranychidae), Resistant Apple Orchards in Indiana

H. F. Goonewardene and T. P. Bogyo

52

Effect of Training System on Precocity and Yield in ‘Anjou’ Pear

L. G. Denby, M. Meheriuk and R. Brownlee

65

Yield and Fruit Quality of Apple Trees Under Three High Density Management Systems

S. H. Blizzard, S. Singha, T. A. Baugher and B. D. Cayton

67

 

 

 

July 1988, Number 3

 

 

‘Montmorency’ Sour Cherry

A. F. Iezzoni

74

Effects of Simulated Shelf-life Conditions on Consumer Acceptance and Weight Loss in ‘Clapp’s Favorite,’ ‘Bartlett,’ ‘Flemish Beauty,’ ‘Bosc,’ and ‘Anjou’ Pears

R. K. Prange, C. G. embree, and H. Y. Ju

76

Inbreeding and Co-ancestry of Low Chill Short Fruit Development Period Freestone peaches and Nectarines Produced by the University of Florida Breeding Program

R. Scorza, W. B. Sherman, and W. G. Lightner

79

Performance of Selected peach Rootstocks in Ohio

D. C. Ferree and J. C. Schmid

85

Arthropod Resistance in Plant Introduction Accessions of Malus sp. to Some Arthropod Pests of Economic Importance

H. F. Goonewardene and W. R. Povish

88

Overlapping Double and Early Single Cropping of Low-Chill Peaches in Australia

A. P. George, R. J. Nissen and W. B. Sherman

91

Performance of Scab resistant Apple Cultivars at the Smithfield Experimental Farm

J. Warner and C. Potter

96

Strawberry Cultivars and Worldwide Patterns of Strawberry Production

J. F. Hancock and D. H. Scott

102

Virus Tested Pear Germplasm Available at the National Clonal Germplasm Repository in Corvallis, Oregon

J. Postman and K. Hummer

109

 

 

 

October 1988, Number 4

 

 

The ‘Stuart’ Pecan

Tommy E. Thompson

118

Bloom Advancement in Sweet Cherry by Hydrogen Cyanamid

I. Snir and A. Erez

120

Pedicel Characteristics of Four Apple Cultivars

J-P Prive, D. C. Elfving, and J. T. A. Proctor

122

Fruit Set in Half-High Blueberry Genotypes Following Self and Cross Pollination

A. Rabaey and J. Luby

126

Verification of the Parentage of Presumed Peach x Almond Hybrids by Isozyme Analyses

D. H. Byrne and T. G. Littleton

130

‘Rio-Oso Gem’ and ‘Loring’ Peach Flower Bud and Wood Hardiness as Affected By Different Rootstocks

E. F. Durner and F. X. Rooney

134*

Yield and Production Stability of Strawberry Cultivars Grown at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, Wooster 1952-1987

C. K. Chandler and R. G. Hill, Jr.

139

Plum Genotypes and Their Improvement in Yugoslavia

A. S. Paunovich

143

Graft Union Development of the ‘Golden Delicious’ Apple when Combined with Varied Dwarfing Rootstocks

S. Ussahatanonta and R. K. Simons

152

*Shepard Award Winner for 1988

 

 

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Volume 43

January 1989, Number 1

 

 

The ‘York’ Imperial Apple

H. A. Rollins, Jr.

2

‘Jonagold’: An Apple for the 21st Century

I. Schechter and J. T. A. Proctor

4

The Search for Peach Rootstocks Tolerant to Alkalinity

J. N. Egilla and D. H. Byrne

7

The Changing Strawberry Cultivar Situation in North America

H. A. Daubeny

11

California Strawberry Cultivars

R. S. Bringhurst and V. Voth

12

Pacific Northwest Strawberry Cultivars

F. J. Lawrence

19

Midwest and Plains States Strawberry Cultivars

J. J. Luby

22

Northeastern United States Strawberry Cultivars

G. J. Galletta

31

Southern United States Strawberry Cultivars

J. D. Caldwell

33

Eastern Canada Strawberry Cultivars

A. Dale

38

Kateru: A Late Ripening Himalayan Wild Peach

C. Parmar

41

 

 

 

April 1989, Number 2

 

 

‘Willamette’ Red Raspberry

H. S. Daubeny, F. J. Lawrence, G. R. McGregor

45

Scab-Resistant Apple Cultivars

S. S. Korban and J. M. Morrisey

47

The Tomentosa Cherry, Prunus tomentosa Thunb.

K. Kask

49

Peaches and Nectarines for Texas Subtropical Lower Rio Grande Valley

R. E. Rouse

51

‘Clark Hill Redleaf’ Plum

W. R. Okie and J. M. Thompson

57

Peach Cultivar and Advanced Selection Evaluation in the Medium-Chill Region of Texas

D. H. Byrne and T. A. Bacon

58

Comparison of Rabbiteye Blueberry Cultivars Grown on Two Different Mountain Slope Orientations in North Georgia

M. E. Austin, K. Bondari, and J. W. Dobson, Jr.

66

Biotechnology and Fruit Growing

S. Sansavini

74

1988 Wilder Medal Recipients

 

83

Five New Low-Chill Peach Cultivars

W. B. Sherman and R. E. Rouse

87

 

 

 

July 1989, Number 3

 

 

‘Barcelona’ Hazelnut

S. A. Mehlenbacher and A. N. Miller

90

Clones of Malus, Pyrus, and Prunus Subject to Remove from the Virus-free, Clonal Collection Maintained by Interregional Project-2 (IR-2)

G. I. Mink and W. E. Howell

96

Early Performance of MAC Apple Rootstocks in Ohio

D. C. Ferree

102

Why is ‘Elliot’ So Productive? A Comparison of Yield Components in 6 Highbush Blueberry Cultivars

J. F. Hancock

106

Freezing Tolerance of Tissue Cultured Rubus Plants

M. R. Warmund, C. J. Starbuck, and M. F. George

109

Scion Rootstock Influence on Bloom Date and Early Fruit Production of Asian Pears in Washington State

F. E. Larsen and S. S. Higgins

114*

Five New Low-Chill Peach Cultivars

W. B. Sherman and R. E. Rouse

120

Relationship of Chilling Requirement in Prunus persica (L.) Batsch to Peach Tree Short Life

G. L. Reighard, D. W. Cain, and W. C. Newall, Jr.

121

Effects of Hydrogen Cyanamide on Bloom Advancement in Female Pistachio (P. vera L.)

C. A. Pontikis

125

*Shepard Award Winner for 1989

 

 

 

 

 

October 1989, Number 4

 

 

The ‘Elberta’ Peach

S. C. Myers, W. R. Okie, and G. Lightner

120

Consumer Evaluations of ‘Delicious’ Apple Strains

R. M. Crassweller and R. A. Hollender

129

Weed Control in Newly Planted Strawberries in Morocco

A. Lansari, A. M. Lasheen, and L. B. Hertz

143

Paradoxes Surrounding Our Understanding of Plum Leaf Scald

W. B. Shermon, C. E. Yonce, W. R. Okie, and T. G. Beckman

147

Performance of Strawberry Cultivars in the North Central Region of the United States

E. J. Hanson

151

The Relationship Between Temperature and Bloom-to-ripening Period in Low-chill Peach

B. L. Topp and W. B. Sherman

155

Field Performance of ‘Summerland Red McIntosh,’ ‘MacSpur McIntosh,’ ‘Empire’ and ‘Idared’ on Six Rootstocks

C. G. Embree and W. E. Craig

159

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