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HORTICULTURE

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Yield performance of selected tomato cultivars resistant to tomato yellow leaf curl virus. Kent Cushman* and Phil Stansly, University of Florida, IFAS, Southwest Florida Research & Education Center, 2686 SR 29 N, Immokalee, FL 34142-9515 (kcushman@ufl.edu)

FRUIT CROPS SECTION Blackberry Production and Marketing

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New Marketing Opportunities for Blackberry Production in the Southeast. Stanley Scarborough*, Production Manager, Sunnyridge Farm, Inc., Winter Haven, FL 33881. (stanley.scarborough@sunnyridge.com) Viruses of Blackberries and Raspberries. Robert Martin*, USDA-ARS Horticultural Crops Research Unit, Corvellis, OR 97330. (martinrr@science.oregonstate.edu) Nutrition and Phytochemicals of Blackberries. Jean Weese*, Alabama Cooperative Extension System, Auburn University, AL 36849. (weesesj@auburn.edu) Break Use of New Technology in Blackberry Production. Butch Greiffendorf*, Sales Manager, BBC Technologies, South Haven, MI 49090. (butch@bbctechnologies.com) Towards the Perfect Blackberry Cultivar Improvement. John R. Clark*, 316 Plant science, Department of Horticulture, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701. (jrclark@uark.edu) Break to attend SR-ASHS Business Meeting at 11:00-12:30

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Evaluation of Blackberry Production Systems. Jim Pitts1*, Robert Boozer1, Auburn University, Chilton Research and Extension Center, 120 Co.Rd. 756, Clanton, AL 35045. (pittsja@auburn.edu) 1

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1 2 2 T h Symptomology of Simulated Herbicide Drift Injury in Grape. Joseph G. Masabni*, Department of Horticulture, University of Kentucky Research and Education Center, Princeton, KY 42445. (jmasabni@uky.edu) Influence of Rootstock and Fruit i n n i n g o n F r u i t Q u a l i t y a n d Y i e l d o f J u p i t e r , M a r s , M a r q u i s , a n d N e p t u n e G r a p e s . K e n d a R . W o o d b u r n 1 * , M . E l e n a G a r c i a 1 , a n d R . K . S t r i e g l e r 2 , 1 3 1 6 P l a n t S c i e n c e , Department of Horticulture, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701, Institute for Continental Climate Viticulture and Enology, 108 Eckles Hall, 1406 East Rollins St., University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, MO 65211-5140. (woodburn@uark.edu) Evaluation of 38 Peach Cultivars in Western Kentucky. Joseph G. Masabni1* and Dwight Wolfe1, Department of Horticulture, University of Kentucky Research and Education Center, Princeton, KY 42445. (jmasabni@uky.edu) Painting Your Way through Peach Culture. KC Taylor1* and JF Funderburk2, 1Department of Horticulture, University of Georgia, SE Fruit and Tree Nut Laboratory, 21 Dunbar Rd., Byron, GA 31008, 2Peach County Extension Office, 700 Spruce St., Wing A, Fort Valley, GA 31030. (kctaylor@uga.edu) Break Preliminary Assessment of Captan Impact on Fruit Finish. KC Taylor1* and PM Brannen2, 1Department of Horticulture, University of Georgia, SE Fruit and Tree Nut Laboratory, 21 Dunbar Rd., Byron, GA 31008, 2Department of Plant Pathology, University of Georgia, 3307 Miller Plant Sciences Building, Athens, GA 30602. (kctaylor@uga.edu) Analysis of Long-term Pecan Tree Yields from Three Different Orchards Involving Numerous Varieties using Mixed Model Analysis Techniques. Benjamin G. Mullinix1* and Patrick Conner2, 1Research Statistician and Horticulture Associate Professor, UGA Tifton Campus, Tifton, GA 31793-0748. (mullinix@uga.edu)

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