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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Rich Quick
Temperate Tree Fruit and Vegetable Research
Biological Science Technician

Phone: (509) 786-9241
Fax: (509) 786-9277

24106 NORTH BUNN ROAD
PROSSER , WA 99350


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Partial Resistance to Potato Black Dot, Caused by Colletotrichum coccodes in Solanum tuberosum Group Andigena -
Nitzan, N., Quick, R.A., Hutson, W.D., Bamberg, J.B., Brown, C.R. 2010. Partial Resistance to Potato Black Dot, Caused by Colletotrichum coccodes in Solanum tuberosum Group Andigena. American Journal of Potato Research. 87:502-508.
A Study of Specialty Clones’ Yield Performance in Early and Late Harvests -
Genotypic Differences in Advanced Breeding Lines for Resistances to Black Dot and Powdery Scab -
Brown, C.R., Nitzan, N., Johnson, D., Miller, J., Cummings, T., Batchelor, D., Olsen, C., Quick, R.A., Hutson, W.D., Castaneda, R.B. Genotypic Differences in Advanced Breeding Lines for Resistances to Black Dot and Powdery Scab. Proceedings of the 48th Annual Washington State Potato Conference. pp. 5-12.
Tests of Specialty Breeding Lines II: Effect of Early Harvest on Total Yield and Size Profiles -
Brown, C.R., Quick, R.A., James, S., Halvorson, R., Halvorson, B., Halvorson, D., Halvorson, R. 2007. Tests of Specialty Breeding Lines II: Effect of Early Harvest on Total Yield and Size Profiles. Potato Progress VII (16): 1-3.
Tests of Specialty Breeding Lines I: Size Profiles From Washington Suggest Several Marketing Options -
Brown CR, Quick, R. 2007. Tests of Specialty Breeding Lines I: Size Profiles From Washington Suggest Several Marketing Options. Potato Progress Vol. VII (15): 1-3.
Establishing a Corky Ringspot Disease Plot for Research Purposes -
Mojtahedi, H., Boydston, R.A., Crosslin, J., Brown, C.R., Riga, E., Anderson, T.L., Spellman, D.E., Quick, R.A. 2007. Establishing a Corky Ringspot Disease Plot for Research Purposes. Journal of Nematology. 39(4):313-316.
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