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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Thomas G Beckman (Tom)
Fruit and Nut Research
Genetics

Phone: (478) 956-6436
Fax: (478) 956-2929
Room 206/227

21 DUNBAR RD
BYRON , GA 310089805

Projects
Breeding Stone Fruit Adapted to the Production Environment of the Southeastern United States
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 425019
Stonefruit Rootstock Breeding and Development for Resistance to Soilborne Diseases and Parasitic Nematodes
Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement (T)
  Accession Number: 426052

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Identifying the North American plum species phylogenetic signal using nuclear, mitochondrial, and chloroplast DNA markers -
Prunus rootstocks -
Beckman, T.G. 2016. Prunus rootstocks. In: Gasic, K., Preece, J.E. and Karp, D. (eds.) Register of new fruit and nut cultivars. List 48. HortScience 51(6):620-652.
Peach fruit set and buttoning after spring frost -
Chen, C., Okie, W.R., Beckman, T.G. 2016. Peach fruit set and buttoning after spring frost. HortScience. 51(7):816-821.
Genomic and genotyping characterization of haplotype-based polymorphic microsatellites in Prunus -
Chen, C., Bock, C.H., Beckman, T.G., Wood, B.W., Okie, W.R. 2015. Genomic and genotyping characterization of haplotype-based polymorphic microsatellites in Prunus. Journal of Genetics and Genome Research. 2:014.
Genetic diversity in peach [Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] at the University of Florida: past present and future -
Chavez, D.J., Beckman, T.G., Werner, D.J., Chaparro, J.X. 2014. Genetic diversity in peach [Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] at the University of Florida: past present and future. Journal of Nematology. doi: 10.1007/s11295-014-0769-2.
Genetic diversity in peach [Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] at the University of Florida: past present and future -
Chavez, D.J., Beckman, T.G., Werner, D.J., Chaparro, J.X. 2014. Genetic diversity in peach [Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] at the University of Florida: past present and future. Tree Genetics and Genomes. 10:1399–1417.
Genome-wide characterization and selection of expressed sequence tag simple sequence repeat primers for optimized marker distribution and reliability in peach Reprint Icon -
Chen, C., Bock, C.H., Okie, W., Gmitter, F.J., Jung, S., Main, D., Beckman, T.G., Wood, B.W. 2014. Genome-wide characterization and selection of expressed sequence tag simple sequence repeat primers for optimized marker distribution and reliability in peach. Tree Genetics and Genomes. 10(5): 1271-1279.
Sequence analysis reveals genomic factors affecting EST-SSR primer performance and polymorphism Reprint Icon -
Chen, C., Bock, C.H., Beckman, T.G. 2014. Sequence analysis reveals genomic factors affecting EST-SSR primer performance and polymorphism. Molecular Genetics and Genomics. 289(6): 1147-1156.
Prunus rootstocks -
Beckman, T.G. 2014. Prunus rootstocks. p. 396, 399, 413, 415 and 421. In: K. Gasic and J.E. Preece (eds.) Register of new fruit and nut cultivars. List 47. HortScience (49(4):396-421.
Peach rootstock development for the Southeastern United States -
Beckman, T.G., Chaparro, J.X. 2015. Peach rootstock development for the Southeastern United States. Acta Horticulturae. 1084:171-178.
Moderate chill peach variety development for the Southeastern United States -
Beckman, T.G., Chaparro, J.X., Conner, P.J. 2015. Moderate chill peach variety development for the Southeastern United States. Acta Horticulturae. 1084:165-170.
Environmental effects on fruit ripening and average fruit weight for three peach cultivars -
Johnson, S., Reighard, G.L., Beckman, T.G., Coneva, E.D., Day, K.R., Fachinello, J., Fallahi, E., Newell, M.J., Quellette, D., Robinson, T., Wolfe, D. 2015. Environmental effects on fruit ripening and average fruit weight for three peach cultivars. Acta Horticulturae. 1084:62.
A strategy for male sterility facilitated recurrent selection in peach -
Odum, R., Chaparro, J.X., Beckman, T.G. 2015. A strategy for male sterility facilitated recurrent selection in peach. Acta Horticulturae. 1084:143-145.
NC-140 peach rootstock testing in 13 U.S. states -
Reighard, G., Bridges, W., Archbold, D., Atucha, A., Autio, W., Beckman, T.G., Black, B., Coneva, E., Day, K., Kushad, M., Pokharel, R., Johnson, R.S., Lindstrom, T., Parker, M., Robinson, T., Schupp, J., Warmund, M., Wolfe, D. 2015. NC-140 peach rootstock testing in 13 U.S. states. Acta Horticulturae. 1084:225-232.
GulfSnow Peach -
Beckman, T.G., Chaparro, J.X., Conner, P.J. 2013. GulfSnow Peach. HortScience. 48:126-127.
Detection of seed dormancy QTL in three F2 families of peach (Prunus persica) -
Baker, K.M., Chaparro, J.X., Beckman, T.G. 2013. Detection of seed dormancy QTL in three F2 families of peach (Prunus persica). Tree Genetics and Genomes. 9(3):659-668.
Notice to fruit growers and nurserymen relative to the naming and release of GulfSnow peach -
Beckman, T.G., J.X. Chaparro and P.J. Conner. 2012. Notice to Fruit Growers and Nurserymen Relative to the Naming and Release of ‘GulfSnow’ peach. USDA-ARS Cultivar Release.
Brooks and olmo list 46, Prunus rootstocks -
MP-29, a clonal interspecific hybrid rootstock for peach -
Beckman, T.G., Chaparro, J.X., Sherman, W.B. 2012. MP-29, a clonal interspecific hybrid rootstock for peach. HortScience. 47(1):128-131.
Progress in the management of peach fungal gummosis (Botryosphaeria dothidea) in the Southeastern U.S. peach industry -
Beckman, T.G., Reilly, C.C., Pusey, P.L., Hotchkiss, M.W. 2011. Progress in the management of peach fungal gummosis (Botryosphaeria dothidea) in the Southeastern U.S. peach industry. Journal of American Pomological Society. 65(4):192-200.
Lesser peachtree borer (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae) oviposition on Prunus germplasm -
Cottrell, T.E., Beckman, T.G., Horton, D.L. 2012. Lesser peachtree borer (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae) oviposition on Prunus germplasm. Environmental Entomology. 40(6):1465-1470.
Progress in developing Armillaria resistant rootstocks for use with peach -
Beckman, T.G. 2011. Progress in developing Armillaria resistant rootstocks for use with peach. Acta Horticulturae. 903:215-220.
Performance of Prunus rootstocks in the 2001 NC-140 peach trial -
Reighard, G.L., Beckman, T.G., Belding, R., Black, B., Cline, J., Cowgill, W., Godin, R., Johnson, R.S., Kamas, J., Kaps, M., Larsen, H., Lindstrom, T., Ouellette, D., Pokharel, R., Stein, L., Taylor, K., Walsh, C., Ward, D., Whiting, M. 2011. Performance of Prunus rootstocks in the 2001 NC-140 peach trial. Acta Horticulturae. 903:463-468.
Six-year performance of 14 Prunus rootstocks at 11 sites in the 2001 NC-140 peach trial -
Reighard, G.L., Beckman, T.G., Belding, R., Black, B., Byers, P., Cline, J., Cowgill, W., Godin, R., Johnson, R.S., Kamas, J. 2011. Six-year performance of 14 Prunus rootstocks at 11 sites in the 2001 NC-140 peach trial. Journal of American Pomological Society. 65:26-41.
Brooks and Olmo List 45, Prunus Rootstocks -
Beckman, T.G. 2010. Prunus Rootstocks. In: Clark, J.R. Finn, C.E., editors. Brooks and Elmo List 45. HortScience. 45(5):716, 739, 746.
'Sharpe', a clonal plum rootstock for peach -
Beckman, T.G., Chaparro, J.X., Sherman, W.B. 2008. 'Sharpe', a clonal plum rootstock for peach. HortScience. 43(7):2236-2237.
Abundance and consumption rate of glassy-winged sharpshooter (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) on peaches and plums -
Anderson, P.C., Mizell, III, R.F., Brodbeck, B.V., Beckman, T.G., Krewer, G. 2008. Abundance and consumption rate of glassy-winged sharpshooter (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) on peaches and plums. Journal of Entomological Science. 43(4):394-407.
Detection of vegetative bud dormancy QTL in peach -
Chaparro, J.X., Beckman, T.G. 2008. Detection of vegetative bud dormancy QTL in peach [abstract]. HortScience. 43(4):1269.
Prunus rootstocks -
Beckman, T.G. 2008. Prunus rootstocks. In: Finn, C.E., Clark, J.R., editors. Register of new fruit and nut cultivars. List 44. HortScience. 43(5):1321-1343.
Host status of selected peach rootstocks to Meloidogyne mayaguensis -
Nyczepir, A.P., Brito, J.A., Dickson, D.W., Beckman, T.G. 2008. Host status of selected peach rootstocks to Meloidogyne mayaguensis. HortScience. 43(3):804-806.
Gulfcrimson Peach -
Krewer, G.W., Beckman, T.G., Chaparro, J.X., Sherman, W.B. 2008. Gulfcrimson Peach. HortScience. 43:1596-1597.
'Sharpe', a new Armillaria resistant rootstock for peach -
Beckman, T.G., Chaparro, J.X., Sherman, W.B. 2008. 'Sharpe', a new Armillaria resistant rootstock for peach. In: Proceedings of the Southeastern Peach Convention. January 11-13, 2008, Savannah, Georgia. p. 1-2.
Managing peach tree short life and Armillaria root rot in peach orchards -
Beckman, T.G. 2007. Managing peach tree short life and Armillaria root rot in peach orchards. In: Proceedings of 3rd National Peach Congress, December 6-8, 2007, Ixtapan de la Sal, Mexico. p. 28-41.
Potential of non-melting flesh peaches for the early season fresh market -
Beckman, T.G., Krewer, G.W., Chaparro, J.X., Sherman, W.B. 2008. Potential of non-melting flesh peaches for the early season fresh market. Journal of American Pomological Society. 62(2):52-57.
Notice to fruit growers and nurserymen relative to the naming and release of 'Sharpe' clonal rootstock for peach -
Beckman, T.G., Chaparro, J.X., Sherman, W.B. 2007. Notice to fruit growers and nurserymen relative to the naming and release of 'Sharpe' clonal rootstock for peach. Germplasm Release.
Notice to Fruit Growers and Nurserymen Relative to the Naming and Release of Gulfcrimson Peach -
Beckman, T.G., Krewer, G.W., Chaparro, J.X., Sherman, W.B. 2007. Notice to Fruit Growers and Nurserymen Relative to the Naming and Release of Gulfcrimson Peach. Germplasm Release.
Nursery performance of peach seedling rootstocks -
Beckman, T.G. 2008. Nursery performance of peach seedling rootstocks. Journal of American Pomological Society. 62(2):46-51.
PROGRESS IN DEVELOPING NON-MELTING FLESH PEACHES FOR FRESH MARKET USE -
Beckman, T.G., Krewer, G.K., Chaparro, J.X., Sherman, W.B. 2006. Progress in developing non-melting flesh peaches for fresh market use [abstract]. HortScience. 41:1049.
TAKING A CLOSER LOOK AT GUARDIAN® PEACH ROOTSTOCK SUSCEPTIBILITY TO ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE -
Nyczepir, A.P., Beckman, T.G., Reighard, G.L. 2006. Taking a closer look at Guardian® peach rootstock susceptibility to root-knot nematode. Southeastern Regional Peach Newsletter. 6(2):5-6.
RELATIVE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF ORNAMENTAL PEACH CULTIVARS TO FUNGAL GUMMOSIS (BOTRYOSPHAERIA DOTHIDEA) -
Beckman, T.G., Reilly, C.C. 2006. Relative susceptibility of ornamental peach cultivars to fungal gummosis (Botryosphaeria dothidea). Journal of American Pomological Society. 60:149-154.
GULFKING AND GULFCREST: NEW PEACHES FOR THE SOUTHEASTERN LOWER COASTAL PLAIN -
Krewer, G., Beckman, T.G., Chaparro, J., Sherman, W. 2006. Gulfking and Gulfcrest: new peaches for the southeastern lower coastal plain. Peach Times. 4:5.
ASSESSMENT OF GUARDIAN PEACH ROOTSTOCK SUSCEPTIBILITY TO MELOIDOGYNE FLORIDENSIS AND M. PARTITYLA -
Nyczepir, A.P., Beckman, T.G., Reighard, G.L. 2006. Assessment of Guardian peach rootstock susceptibility to Meloidogyne floridensis and M. partityla. In: Proceedings of the Southeastern Peach Convention, January 5-8, 2006, Savannah, Georgia. p. 20.
BROOKS AND OLMO LIST 43, PRUNUS ROOTSTOCKS -
Beckman, T.G. 2006. Prunus rootstocks, p. 1104, 1119, 1122, 1133. In: Clark, J.R., Finn, C.E., editors. Register of new fruit and nut varieties. List 43. HortScience. 41:1101-1133.
EVALUATION OF GUARDIAN PEACH ROOTSTOCK TO THE PEACH AND PECAN ROOT-KNOT NEMATODES -
Nyczepir, A.P., Beckman, T.G., Reighard, G.L. 2005. Evaluation of Guardian peach rootstock to the peach and pecan root-knot nematodes. Proceedings of the Annual International Research Conference on Methyl Bromide Alternatives and Emissions Reductions. San Diego, CA. Oct. 31-Nov. 5, 2005. p. 108-1-2.
GULFKING AND GULFCREST, NEW PEACHES FOR THE LOWER COASTAL PLAIN -
Krewer, G., Beckman, T.G., Chaparro, J., Sherman, W. 2005. Gulfking and Gulfcrest, new peaches for the lower coastal plain. Hortscience. 40(3):882.
FIELD EVALUATION OF GUARDIAN PEACH ROOTSTOCK TO DIFFERENT ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE SPECIES -
Nyczepir, A.P., Beckman, T.G., Reighard, G.L. 2006. Field evaluation of Guardian peach rootstock to different root-knot nematode species. Acta Horticulturae. 713:303-309.
Performance of peach rootstocks propagated as seedlings vs. cuttings -
Beckman, T.G., Nyczepir, A.P., Myers, S.C. 2006. Performance of peach rootstocks propagated as seedlings vs. cuttings. Acta Horticulturae. 713:289-294.
EVIDENCE FOR QUALITATIVE SUPPRESSION OF RED SKIN COLOR IN PEACH -
Beckman, T.G., Rodriguez, A.J., Sherman, W.B., Werner, D.J. 2005. Evidence for qualitative suppression of red skin color in peach. Hortscience. 40(3):523-524.
FIELD EVALUATION OF GUARDIAN PEACH ROOTSTOCK TO DIFFERENT ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE SPECIES -
Nyczepir, A.P., Beckman, T.G., Reighard, G.L. 2005. Field evaluation of guardian peach rootstock to different root-knot nematode species [abstract]. Sixth International Peach Symposium. 6:33.
BROOKS AND OLMO LIST 42, PRUNUS ROOTSTOCKS -
Beckman, T.G. 2004. Brooks and Olmo List 42, Prunus Rootstocks. Hortscience. 39:1509-1523.
PEACH TREE NAMED GULFCREST -
Krewer, G.W., Sherman, W.B., Beckman, T.G. 2004. Peach tree named Gulfcrest. Patent Application. Plant Patent No. 14,685 P2.
EIGHT-YEAR PERFORMANCE OF 19 PEACH ROOTSTOCKS AT 20 LOCATIONS IN NORTH AMERICA -
Reighard, G.L., Andersen, R.L., Anderson, J.L., Autio, W.R., Beckman, T.G., Baker, T.P., Belding, R.D., Brown, G.R., Byers, P.L., Cowgill, W.P., Deyton, D., Durner, E., Erb, A., Ferree, D.C., Gaus, A., Godin, R., Hayden, R., Hirst, P., Kadir, S., Kaps, M.L., Larsen, H., Lindstrom, T., Miles, N.W., Morrison, F., Myers, S.C., Ouellette, D., Rom, C.R., Shane, W., Taylor, B.H., Taylor, K., Walsh, C.S., Warmund, M. 2004. Eight-year performance of 19 peach rootstocks at 20 locations in north america. Journal of American Pomological Society. 58(4):174-202.
GULFCREST PEACH -
Krewer, G.W., Sherman, W.B., Beckman, T.G. 2005. Gulfcrest peach. Journal of American Pomological Society. 59(2):91-93.
GULFKING PEACH -
Beckman, T.G., Krewer, G.W., Sherman, W.B. 2005. Gulfking peach. Journal of American Pomological Society. 59(2):94-96.
PEACH TREE NAMED GULFKING -
Beckman, T.G., Krewer, G.W., Sherman, W.B. 2004. Peach tree named Gulfking. Plant Patent No. 14,483 P2.
NOTICE TO FRUIT GROWERS AND NURSERYMEN RELATIVE TO THE NAMING AND RELEASE OF GULFCREST PEACH -
Beckman, T.G., Krewer, G.W., Sherman, W.B. 2004. Notice to fruit growers and nurserymen relative to the naming and release of gulfcrest peach. USDA, Agricultural Resesarch Service, Cultivar Release.
NOTICE TO FRUIT GROWERS AND NURSERYMEN RELATIVE TO THE NAMING AND RELEASE OF GULFKING PEACH. -
Beckman, T.G., Krewer, G.W., Sherman, W.B. 2004. Notice to fruit growers and nurserymen relative to the naming and release of gulfking peach. USDA, Agricultural Resesarch Service, Cultivar Release.
RELATIVE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF PEACH CULTIVARS TO FUNGAL GUMMOSIS (BOTRYOSPHAERIA DOTHIDEA) -
Beckman, T.G., Reilly, C.C. 2005. Relative susceptibility of peach cultivars to fungal gummosis (botryosphaeria dothidea). Journal of American Pomological Society. 59(2):111-116.
MODIFYING BLOOM AND HARVEST DATE OF PEACH WITH INTERSTEMS AND ROOTSTOCKS -
Beckman, T.G. 2004. Modifying bloom and harvest date of peach with interstems and rootstocks. Journal of American Pomological Society. 58:12-20.
Creating a short life site for Prunus rootstock evaluation on land with no innate Mesocriconema xenoplax population -
Nyczepir, A.P., Okie, W.R., Beckman, T.G. 2004. Creating a short life site for Prunus rootstock evaluation on land with no innate Mesocriconema xenoplax population. HortScience. 39(1):124-126.
PROBABLE QUALITATIVE INHERITANCE OF FULL RED SKIN COLOR IN PEACH -
Beckman, T.G., Sherman, W.B. 2003. Probable qualitative inheritance of full red skin color in peach. HortScience. 38:1184-1185.
IMPACT OF FUNGAL GUMMOSIS ON PEACH TREES -
ROOTSTOCK BREEDING FOR STONE FRUITS -
Beckman, T.G., Lang, G.A. 2003. Rootstock breeding for stone fruits. Acta Horticulturae. 622:531-551.
THE CLIMATIC ADAPTATION IN FRUIT CROPS -
Sherman, W.G., Beckman, T.G. 2003. The climatic adaptation in fruit crops. Acta Horticulturae. 622:411-428.
FIELD-TESTING PEACH ROOTSTOCK SELECTIONS FOR TOLERANCE TO PEACH TREE SHORT LIFE AND REPLANT SITES IN SOUTH CAROLINA -
Reighard, G.L., Ouellette, D.R., Beckman, T.G., Brock, K.H., Newall, W.C. 2004. Field-testing peach rootstock selections for tolerance to peach tree short life and replant sites in south carolina. Acta Horticulturae. 658:429-434.
INFLUENCE OF SCION AND ROOTSTOCK ON INCIDENCE OF PEACH TREE SHORT LIFE -
BECKMAN, T.G., OKIE, W.R., NYCZEPIR, A.P. INFLUENCE OF SCION AND ROOTSTOCK ON INCIDENCE OF PEACH TREE SHORT LIFE. ACTA HORTICULTURAE. 2002. v.592(2). p.645-648.
A METHOD FOR SCREENING PRUNUS CULTIVARS FOR RESISTANCE TO GUMMOSIS, SHOT HOLE AND RUST -
REILLY, C.C., BECKMAN, T.G. A METHOD FOR SCREENING PRUNUS CULTIVARS FOR RESISTANCE TO GUMMOSIS, SHOT HOLE AND RUST. PHYTOPATHOLOGY. 2002. v.92(6)(Suppl.):Abstract p.S68-S69.
FIELD PERFORMANCE OF GUARDIAN PEACH ROOTSTOCK SELECTIONS -
WILKINS, B.S., EBEL, R.C., DOZIER, W.A., PITTS, J., EAKES, D.J., BECKMAN, T.G., NYCZEPIR, A.P. FIELD PERFORMANCE OF GUARDIAN PEACH ROOTSTOCK SELECTIONS. HORTSCIENCE. 2002. v.37. p.1049-1052.
PEACH TREE SHORT LIFE -
Beckman, T.G., Nyczepir, A.P. 2005. Peach tree short life. In Horton, D. and Johnson, D. (eds) Southeastern Peach Grower's Handbook, University of Georgia College of Agric. & Environ. Sci., Athens, GA. p 199-205.
ARMILLARIA ROOT AND CROWN ROT -
Cox, K.K., Scherm, H., Beckman, T.G. 2004. Armillaria root and crown rot. Southeastern Peach Growers Handbook. Available: htpp://www.ent.uga.edu/Peach/peach_handbook/armillaria.htm
PEACH TREE SHORT LIFE -
Beckman, T.G., Nyczepir, A.P. 2005. Peach tree short life. In: Horton, D., Johnson, D., editors. Southeastern Peach Growers Handbook. University of Georgia Extension Bulletin. p. 199-205.
ARMILLARIA ROT AND CROWN ROT -
Cox, K.K., Scherm, H., Beckman, T.G. 2005. Armillaria rot and crown rot. In: Horton, D., Johnson, D., editors. Southeastern Peach Growers Handbook. University of Georgia Extension Bulletin. p. 162-166.
CREATING A PRUNUS ROOTSTOCK EVALUATION SITE ON LAND WITH NO HISTORY OF SHORT LIFE OR PEACH PRODUCTION -
INFLUENCE OF SCION AND RO0TSTOCK ON INCIDENCE OF PEACH TREE SHORT LIFE -
Beckman, T.G., Okie, W.R. Influence of scion and ro0tstock on incidence of peach tree short life. Fifth International Peach Symposium. 2001. Abstract p.74
FIVE-YEAR PERFORMANCE OF 19 PEACH ROOTSTOCKS AT 20 SITES IN NORTH AMERICA -
REIGHARD, G.L., ANDERSEN, R.L., ANDERSON, J.L., AUTIO, W.R., BECKMAN, T.G., BELDING, R.D., BROWN, G.R., COWGILL, W.P., DEYTON, D., DURNER, E., ERB, A., FERREE, D.C., GAUS, A., HIRST, P., KAPS, M.L., MILES, N.W., MORRISON, F., MYERS, S., PERRY, R.L., SHANE, W., TAYLOR, B.H., TAYLOR, K., WARMUND, M. FIVE-YEAR PERFORMANCE OF 19 PEACH ROOTSTOCKS AT 20 SITES IN NORTH AMERICA. ACTA HORTICULTURAE. v.557. p.97-102. 2001.
INHERITANCE OF RESISTANCE TO ROOT-KNOT NEMATODES (MELOIDOGYNE SP.) IN PRUNUS ROOTSTOCKS -
INOCULA AND MEDIA AFFECT ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE INFECTION OF PEACH SEEDLING ROOTS -
HOST STATUS OF GUARDIAN PEACH ROOTSTOCK TO MELOIDOGYNE SP. AND M. JAVANICA -
REPRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF MELOIDOGYNE INCOGNITA AND M. JAVANICA ON GUARDIAN PEACH ROOTSTOCK -
COMPARISON OF GUARDIAN ROOTSTOCK SELECTIONS TO OTHER PEACH ROOTSTOCKS FOR USE ON PEACH SHORT LIFE SITES - UPDATE -
FRUIT AND CITRUS TREES -
INHERITANCE OF RESISTANCE TO ROOT-KNOT NEMATODES IN PEACH ROOTSTOCKS -
SPRING FREEZE DAMAGE TO THE 1996 PEACH CROP IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES -
SUSCEPTIBILITY OF GUARDIAN PEACH ROOTSTOCK TO MELOIDOGYNE SPP. -
ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE ON PEACH IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES: AN UPDATE AND ADVANCES -
RESEARCH ON ALTERNATIVES TO METHYL BROMIDE FOR CONTROL OF NEMATODE PESTS OFSTONE FRUITS -
HOST SUITABILITY OF GUARDIAN PEACH ROOTSTOCK TO MELOIDOGYNE SPP. -
1995 ATTAPULGUS MODERATE CHILLING PEACH AND NECTARINE BREEDING AND EVALUATION PROGRAM -
BREEDING MODERATE CHILL PEACHES FOR THE LOWER COASTAL PLAIN -
EVALUATION OF GUARDIAN ROOTSTOCK AS A METHYL BROMIDE ALTERNATIVE FOR MANAGING PEACH TREE SHORT LIFE -
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