The Journal of the American Pomological Society is published by the American Pomological Society as an annual volume of 4 issues, in January, April, July, and October. When you become a member of APS, you will automatically receive a copy of the Journal of APS quarterly. Most back issues are available at various rates for printed versions, and electronic versions are available through the International Society for Horticultural Science and PubHort.org.
Publishing in the Journal
All manuscripts and correspondence in regards to editorial matters should be addressed to the Editor: Richard Marini, Department of Plant Science, The Pennsylvania State University, Tyson Building, University Park, PA 16802-4200. All manuscripts must adhere to the Journal of the American Pomological Society Style. Please read the Instructions for Authors.
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|Fire Blight Susceptibility of 20 Diverse Pear (Pyrus spp.) Rootstock Breeding Parents||Zara York, Soon Li Teh, and Kate Evans||66|
|Summer Applications of Plant Growth Regulators, Ethephon And 1-Naphthaleneacetic Acid, Do Not Promote Return Bloom or Reduce Biennial Bearing in Seven High-Tannin Cider Apple Cultivars||David L. Zakalik, Michael G. Brown, Craig J. Kahlke, and Gregory M. Peck||75|
|Rio Grande do Sul Feral Olives may Increase the Species Genetic Variability||Juan M. Caballero and Guajara J. Oliveira||93|
|Effects of Vaccinium arboreum Rootstocks on Yield and Fruit Quality of ‘Patrecia’ Southern Highbush Blueberry Grown with Minimum Soil Amendment||Cecilia Rubert Heller, Gerardo H. Nunez, and Jeffrey G. Williamson||103|
|Sorbus sensu lato: A Complex Genus with Unfulfilled Crop Potential||Ryan King, Nahla Bassil, Todd Rounsaville, and Lauri Reinhold||110|