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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Fumiomi Takeda (Fumi)
Research Horticulturist


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Susceptibility of blackberry flowers to freezing temperatures -
Takeda, F., Glenn, D.M. 2016. Susceptibility of blackberry flowers to freezing temperatures. European Journal of Horticultural Science. 81(2):115-121.
Challenges and opportunities for growing blackberries in areas with adverse environmental conditions -
Takeda, F. 2015. Challenges and opportunities for growing blackberries in areas with adverse environmental conditions [abstract]. Second Chilean Congress on Berries. p. 6-7.
Blueberries for fresh market and measure of mechanical impacts in commercial blueberry packing lines and mechanical harvesters and potential damage to blueberry fruit -
Takeda, F., Li, C. 2015. Blueberries for fresh market and measure of mechanical impacts in commercial blueberry packing lines and mechanical harvesters and potential damage to blueberry fruit [abstract]. Second Chilean Congress on Berries. p. 13-15.
Measure of mechanical impacts in commercial blueberry packing lines and potential damage to blueberry fruit -
Xu, R., Takeda, F., Krewer, G., Li, C. 2015. Measure of mechanical impacts in commercial blueberry packing lines and potential damage to blueberry fruit. Postharvest Biology and Technology. 110:103-113.
Method to reduce low temperature stress (LTS) in red raspberry (Rubus idaeus L.) -
Nestby, R., Takeda, F. 2015. Method to reduce low temperature stress (LTS) in red raspberry (Rubus idaeus L.). Journal of Berry Research. 5:219-230.
Susceptibility of blackberry flower parts to subfreezing temperatures -
Takeda, F., Glenn, D.M. 2015. Susceptibility of blackberry flower parts to subfreezing temperatures [abstract]. International Rubus Ribes Symposium. p. 82.
Productivity of 'Triple Crown' blackberry on the rotating cross-arm trellis system -
Alternative strawberry disease management strategy: combing low UV-C irradiation in dark, disabling pathogen’s UV-C repair mechanism, and preventing pathogen establishment with biocontrol agents -
Janisiewicz, W.J., Takeda, F., Smith, B.J., Glenn, D.M. 2015. Alternative strawberry disease management strategy: combing low UV-C irradiation in dark, disabling pathogen’s UV-C repair mechanism, and preventing pathogen establishment with biocontrol agents [abstract]. North American Strawberry Growers Association. p. 20.
Lateral cane lengths affect yield components in 'Triple Crown' blackberry on rotating cross-arm trellis and cane training system -
Takeda, F., Rose, A.K. 2015. Lateral cane lengths affect yield components in 'Triple Crown' blackberry on rotating cross-arm trellis and cane training system. International Journal of Fruit Science. 15:281-289.
Winter shading of blueberry plants in the southeastern United States -
Takeda, F., Krewer, G., Barnes, R., Branstrator, J., Santos, B., Glenn, D.M. 2015. Winter shading of blueberry plants in the southeastern United States. Journal of American Pomological Society. 69(1):16-25.
Productivity of pruned and un-pruned 'Triple Crown' blackberry plants on the rotating cross-arm trellis system -
Takeda, F., Rose, A.K. 2014. Productivity of pruned and un-pruned 'Triple Crown' blackberry plants on the rotating cross-arm trellis system [abstract]. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. p. 112.
Evaluation of rotary, slapper, and sway blueberry mechanical harvesters for potential fruit impact points using a miniature instrumented sphere -
Yu, P., Li, C., Takeda, F., Krewers, G., Rains, G., Hamrita, T. 2014. Evaluation of rotary, slapper, and sway blueberry mechanical harvesters for potential fruit impact points using a miniature instrumented sphere. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 101:84-92.
Visual bruise assessment and analysis of mechanical impact measurement in southern highbush blueberry -
Yu, P., Li, C., Takeda, F., Krewers, G. 2014. Visual bruise assessment and analysis of mechanical impact measurement in southern highbush blueberry. Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 30:29-37.
Techniques for increasing machine-harvest efficiency in highbush blueberry -
Takeda, F., Krewer, G., Li, C., Maclean, D., Olmstead, J. 2013. Techniques for increasing machine-harvest efficiency in highbush blueberry. HortTechnology. 23(4):430-436.
A miniature instrumented sphere to understand impacts created by mechanical blueberry harvesting -
Li, C., Yu, P., Takeda, F., Krewer, G. 2013. A miniature instrumented sphere to understand impacts created by mechanical blueberry harvesting. HortTechnology. 23(4):425-429.
Variation among highbush blueberry cultivars for frost tolerance of open flowers Reprint Icon -
Rowland, L.J., Ogden, E.L., Takeda, F., Glenn, D.M., Ehlenfeldt, M.K., Vinyard, B.T. 2013. Variation among highbush blueberry cultivars for frost tolerance of open flowers. HortScience. 48(6):692-695.
Challenges with mechanical harvesting of blueberries for the fresh market -
Takeda, F. 2013. Challenges with mechanical harvesting of blueberries for the fresh market. Proceedings of the Lower Mainland Horticultural Improvement Association. p. 172-174.
New development with cultural management related to flowering -
Takeda, F. 2013. New development with cultural management related to flowering. Proceedings of the Lower Mainland Horticultural Improvement Association. p. 129-132.
Rotating cross-arm technology for blackberry production -
Takeda, F. 2013. Rotating cross-arm technology for blackberry production. Proceedings of the Lower Mainland Horticultural Improvement Association. p. 135-142.
Mechanical harvesting of blueberries with extended shelf life: impact damage and suggestions for reducing bruise injury -
Takeda, F. 2013. Mechanical harvesting of blueberries with extended shelf life: impact damage and suggestions for reducing bruise injury. Oregon Blueberry Conference, January 27-30, 2013, Portland, Oregon. http://berrygrape.org/.
Cultural techniques for altering the flowering time and double-cropping short-day varieties -
Takeda, F. 2013. Cultural techniques for altering the flowering time and double-cropping short-day varieties. North American Berry Conference, January 27-30, 2013, Portland, Oregon. http://berrygrape.org.
Rotating cross-arm trellis technology for blackberry production -
Takeda, F., Glenn, D.M., Tworkoski, T. 2013. Rotating cross-arm trellis technology for blackberry production. Journal of Berry Research. 3(1):25-40.
Quantitative evaluation of a rotary blueberry mechanical harvester using a miniature instrumental sensor -
Yu, P., Li, C., Takeda, F., Krewers, G., Rains, G., Hamrita, T. 2013. Quantitative evaluation of a rotary blueberry mechanical harvester using a miniature instrumental sensor. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 88:25-31.
Using berry impact recording device for bruising assessment in southern highbush blueberry -
Li, C., Yu, P., Takeda, F., Krewer, G. 2012. Using berry impact recording device for bruising assessment in southern highbush blueberry. Acta Horticulture Proceedings. 965:143-149.
The 2011 North American strawberry symposium: an introduction -
Takeda, F. 2013. The 2011 North American strawberry symposium: an introduction. International Journal of Fruit Science. 13:1-2.
Innovating blackberry production system -
Takeda, F. 2012. Innovating blackberry production system. Bramble: The Newsletter of the North American Branble Growers Association, Inc. 27(2):12-14.
Method for producing long-cane blackberry plants -
Takeda, F. 2012. Method for producing long-cane blackberry plants [abstract]. ASHS Annual Conference Program. p. 78.
Impact bruise assessment of southern highbush blueberry -
Takeda, F., Krewer, G., Li, C., Yu, P., Olmstead, J. 2012. Impact bruise assessment of southern highbush blueberry [abstract]. ASHS Annual Conference Program. p. 76.
Method for producing tip-layered, long-cane blackberry plants using the rotating cross-arm trellis and cane training system -
Takeda, F., Soria, J. 2011. Method for producing tip-layered, long-cane blackberry plants using the rotating cross-arm trellis and cane training system. HortTechnology. 21(5):563-568.
Impact bruise assessment of southern highbush blueberry -
New methods for regulating flowering time in short-day strawberry -
Horizontal cane orientation and rowcover application improve winter survival and yield of trailing 'Siskiyou' blackberry -
Takeda, F., Phillips, J.G. 2011. Horizontal cane orientation and rowcover application improve winter survival and yield of trailing 'Siskiyou' blackberry. HortTechnology. 21(2):170-175.
Blackberry propagation by non-leafy floricane cuttings -
Takeda, F., Tworkoski, T., Finn, C.E. 2011. Blackberry propagation by non-leafy floricane cuttings. HortTechnology. 21(2):236-239.
Horizontal cane orientation and rowcover application improve winter survival and yield of trailing 'Siskiyou' blackberry -
Takeda, F. 2010. Horizontal cane orientation and rowcover application improve winter survival and yield of trailing 'Siskiyou' blackberry. Ohio Produce Growers & Marketers Association (OPGMA) Today (summer issue), p 16-18.
Delaying flowering in short-day strawberry transplants with photoselective nets Reprint Icon -
Takeda, F., Glenn, D.M., Callahan, A.M., Slovin, J.P. 2010. Delaying flowering in short-day strawberry transplants with photoselective nets. International Journal of Fruit Science. 10:134-142.
Methods for altering the flowering time in strawberries -
Takeda, F. 2010. Methods for altering the flowering time in strawberries. HortScience. 45 (8): S230 (abstract).
New methods for regulating flowering time in short-day strawberry -
Takeda, F. 2010. New methods for regulating flowering time in short-day strawberry. Meeting Abstract. Book of Abstracts, Vol 2, p-11.
Blackberry production options for cold areas Reprint Icon -
Demchak, K., Elkner, T., Takeda, F. 2010. Blackberry production options for cold areas. Passages Newsletter (PASA). 82 (Feb-Mar 2010). p. 14-15.
What about blackberries? options for the northeast -
Demchak, K., Elkner, T., Takeda, F. 2010. What about blackberries? options for the northeast. New England Vegetable and Fruit Conference Proceedings. p. 191-192.
Report on 2008-2009 USDA-UMD strawberry research at Wye REC -
Takeda, F., Newell, M., Lewers, K.S., Enns, J.M. 2009. Report on 2008-2009 USDA-UMD strawberry research at Wye REC. Wye Strawberry Twilight Meeting Booklet. Pg 10-11.
Reducing winter injury in blackberries -
Takeda, F. 2009. Reducing winter injury in blackberries. The Mountaineer Grower. No. 595 (4 pages) (this does not have page numbers) . Mountaineer Grower.
Off-season greenhouse strawberry production -
Deyton, D.D., Sams, C.E., Takeda, F., Cummins, J.C. 2009. Off-season greenhouse strawberry production. HortScience. 44. p.1002.
Two methods for assessing frost tolerance in flowers of highbush blueberry cultivars -
Rowland, J., Ogden, E., Ehlenfeldt, M., Phillips, J.G., Glenn, D.M., Takeda, F. 2009. Two methods for assessing frost tolerance in flowers of highbush blueberry cultivars. HortScience. 44: 1091-1092.
North American berry industries and research areas -
Takeda, F. 2009. North American berry industries and research areas [abstract]. Defining Needs of Berry Industries. European Sciene Foundation COST 863. p. 8-10.
Increasing fall fruit production in short-day strawberries -
Introduction to the workshop -
Takeda, F., Perkins Veazie, P.M. 2009. The Nuts and Bolts of High Tunnel production and Manipulation for Specialized Applications: Introduction to the Workshop. HortScience. 44(2):230.
Harvesting strawberries in fall and early spring -
Takeda, F. Harvesting strawberries in early spring and fall. Ohio Produce Growers & Marketers Association (OPGMA)TODAY, winter issue, p.4-5, 2009.
A winter protection system for blackberries -
Takeda, F. 2008. A winter protection system for blackberries. Ohio Produce Growers & Marketers Association (OPGMA), TODAY, fall issue 2008, p. 9-11.
Heat unit model for predicting bloom dates in Rubus Reprint Icon -
Black, B., Frisby, J., Lewers, K.S., Takeda, F., Finn, C.E. 2008. Heat unit model for predicting bloom dates in Rubus. HortScience. 43(7):2000-2004.
Red light affects flowering under long days in a short-day strawberry cultivar -
Takeda, F., Glenn, D.M., Stutte, G. 2008. Red light affects flowering under long days in a short-day strawberry cultivar. HortScience. 43(7):2245-2247.
Report on 2007-2008 High Tunnel Studies -
Takeda, F., Newell, M. Report on 2007-2008 High Tunnel Studies. University of Maryland Strawberry Growers Twilight Meeting. Pg. 9-12.
Rowcovers improves winter survival and production of western trailing 'Siskiyou' blackberry in the eastern United States -
Takeda, F., Demchak, K., Handley, D., Grube, R., Feldhake, C.M., Warmund, M. 2008. Rowcovers improves winter survival and production of western trailing 'Siskiyou' blackberry in the eastern United States. HortTechnology. 18(4):549-745.
Light quality affects flowering in short-day ‘Strawberry Festival’ strawberry -
Takeda, F., Glenn, D.M., Stutte, G. 2008. Light quality affects flowering in short-day ‘Strawberry Festival’ strawberry. HortScience. 43:1146.
Evaluation of cultivars and plug establishment for greenhouse strawberry production -
Deyton, D., Sams, C., Cummins, J., Takeda, F. 2008. Evaluation of cultivars and plug establishment for greenhouse strawberry production. HortScience. 43:1230.
Flower bud formation in short-day strawberry cultivar under non-photo inductive conditions -
Takeda, F., Glenn, D.M., Stutte, G.W. 2008. Flower bud formation in short-day strawberry cultivar under non-photo inductive conditions. Acta Horticulture Proceedings. 842: 761-764.
Protecting Blackberries for Winter: A No Tunnel Alternative -
Takeda, F. 2008. Protecting Blackberries for Winter: A No Tunnel Alternative. Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention. Proceedings of the North American Berry Conference. p. 32-34.
Harvesting Strawberries from Fall to Spring in the mid-Atlantic Region -
Takeda, F. 2008. Harvesting Strawberries from Fall to Spring in the mid-Atlantic Region. Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention. Proceedings of the North American Berry Conference. p. 6-7.
STRAWBERRY PLASTIC CULTURE FOR OUT-OF-SEASON FRUIT PRODUCTION -
Takeda, F. Strawberry plastic culture for out-of-season fruit production. Empire State Fruit and Vegetable Expo Proceedings. Pg 28-30.
Rotating cross arm trellis and cane training for brambles -
Takeda, F. 2008. Rotating cross arm trellis and cane training for brambles. Empire State Fruit and Vegetable Expo. p. 95-97.
Rotating cross arm trellis and cane training for brambles -
Takeda, F. 2008. Rotating cross arm trellis and cane training for brambles. Empire State Fruit and Vegetable Expo. p. 95-97
Strawberry plastic culture for out-of-season fruit production -
Takeda, F. 2008. Strawberry plastic culture for out-of-season fruit production. Empire State Fruit and Vegetable Expo. p. 101-103
FLOWER BUD FORMATION IN SHORT-DAY CULTIVARS UNDER NON-PHOTOINDUCTIVE CONDITIONS -
Takeda, F., Glenn, D.M. 2008. Flower bud formation in short-day cultivars under non-photoinductive conditions. International Strawberry Symposium. Book of Abstracts Pg No. 69.
Recent Innovations in Cultural Practices in the Mid-Atlantic Coast Region of the U. S.: Novel Systems for Increasing Fall Fruiting in Short-day Type Strawberry Cultivars and Opportunities for Out-of-Season Fruit Production -
Takeda, F. 2008. Recent Innovations in Cultural Practices in the Mid-Atlantic Coast Region of the U. S.: Novel Systems for Increasing Fall Fruiting in Short-day Type Strawberry Cultivars and Opportunities for Out-of-Season Fruit Production. North American Strawberry Conference Proceedings. p. 32-37. American Strawberry Growers Association, Kemptville, ON, Canada. F. Takeda, D.T. Handley, and E. B. Poling(eds).
ROOTING RESPONSE OF SHOOT CUTTINGS FROM THREE PEACH GROWTH HABITS -
Tworkoski, T., Takeda, F. 2007. Rooting response of shoot cuttings from three peach growth habits. Scientia Horticultureae. 115:98-100.
Assessment of V45 blueberry harvester on rabbiteye blueberry and southern highbush blueberry pruned to v-shaped canopy -
Takeda, F., Krewer, G., Andrews, E., Peterson, D.L., Mullinix, J. 2007. Assessment of V45 blueberry harvester on rabbiteye blueberry and southern highbush blueberry pruned to v-shaped canopy. HortTechnology. 18(1):130-138.
Development of short-day type strawberry transplants that flower in fall -
Takeda, F., Glenn, D.M. 2007. Development of short-day type strawberry transplants that flower in fall. HortScience. 42(2):865.
Cultivation practices for blackberry and opportunities for extending harvest season -
Takeda, F. 2007. Cultivation practices for blackberry and opportunities for extending harvest season. Proceedings of the Fifth Appalachian Opportunities Symposium, Beckley, WV, Marach 10, 2007. Mountain State University, Beckley, WV. p. 78-81. In M.R. Morales and J.G. Foster (eds.).
Cultivation practices for strawberry and opportunities for out-of-season fruit production -
Takeda, F. 2007. Cultivation practices for strawberry and opportunities for out-of-season fruit production. Proceedings of the Fifth Appalachian Opportunities Symposium, Beckley, WV, March 10, 2007. Mountain State University, Beckley, WV. p. 71-77. In R Morales and J. G. Foster (eds.).
A Heat Unit Model for Predicting Blackberry Flowering Time -
Black, B.L., Frisby, J.W., Lewers, K.S., Takeda, F. 2007. A heat unit model for predicting blackberry flowering time. HortScience. Poster 337.
Recent Strawberry Production Innovations in the Eastern United States -
Takeda, F. 2007. Recent Strawberry Production Innovations in the Eastern United States. North American Strawberry Conference Abstracts, Pg. 3.
EFFECT OF PLUGGING DATE ON FALL FLOWERING AND FRUITING IN SOME SHORT-DAY STRAWBERRY -
Takeda, F., Newell, M. 2007. Effect of plugging date on fall flowering and fruiting in some short-day strawberry. International Journal of Fruit Science. 6(4):103-117.
A Technique to Promote Fall Flowering in Short-Day Strawberry Varieties. -
Takeda, F. 2006. A technique to promote fall flowering in short-day strawberry varieties.. Southeast Strawberry Expo Proceedings. Pg. 19.
A SIMPLE WINTER PROTECTION SYSTEM FOR BLACKBERRIES -
Takeda, F. 2006. A simple winter protection system for blackberries. Ohio Fruit ICM News. Vol. 10(3): 8-10.
A SIMPLE WINTER PROTECTION SYSTEM FOR BLACKBERRIES -
Takeda, F., Handley, D. 2006. A simple winter protection system for blackberries. Proceedings of the North American Bramble Growers Association Annual Meeting. Pages 21-26.
"A method for forcing autumn flowering in short-day 'Carmine' strawberry" -
Takeda, F., Newell, M. 2006. "A method for forcing autumn flowering in short-day 'Carmine' strawberry". HortScience. 41(2):480-481.
STRAWBERRY TRANSPLANT PRODUCTION AND PERFORMANCE IN ANNUAL PLASTICULTURE SYSTEM IN THE EASTERN UNITED STATES -
Takeda, F., Hokanson, S.C., Swartz, H.J., Perkins Veazie, P.M. 2006. Strawberry transplant production and performance in annual plasticulture system. Acta Horticulturae. 708: 213-216.
PROPAGATION METHODS FOR PRODUCING STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR FALL CROPPING IN THE MID-ATLANTIC COAST REGION -
Takeda, F. 2005. Propagation methods for producing strawberry plants for fall cropping in the mid-atlantic coast region. Annual Cumberland Shenandoah Fruit Workers Conference. pp 133-135.
PHYTONUTRIENT EVALUATION OF STRAWBERRIES FROM FIELD AND GREENHOUSE PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENTS -
Takeda, F., Lester, G.E., Chandler, C., Perkins Veazie, P.M., Prior, R.L. 2005. Phytonutrient evaluation of strawberries from field and greenhouse production environments. Hortscience. Vol 40(3): 879. 2005.
WEED CONTROL WITH HYDROPHOBIC AND HYDROUS KAOLIN CLAY PARTICLE MULCHES -
Takeda, F., Glenn, D.M., Tworkoski, T. 2005. New strategies for weed control in blackberry plantings. Hortscience. Vol 40(3): 714-719.
INFLUENCE OF DAUGHTER PLANT SIZE AND POSITION ON STRAWBERRY TRANSPLANT PRODUCTION AND FIELD PERFORMANCE -
Takeda, F., Hokanson, S.C., Enns, J.M. 2004. Influence of daughter plant size and position on strawberry transplant production and field performance. Hortscience. 39: 1592-1595. 2004
SUMMARY OF USDA PLASTICULTURE RESEARCH AT THE WYE RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER -
Takeda, F. 2004. Summary of usda plasticulture research at the wye research and education center. Advances in Strawberry Research. P. 1-3.
DORMEX INCREASES BLACKBERRY YIELD -
Krewer, G., Jacobs, J., Takeda, F., Mullinex, B. 2004. Dormex increases blackberry yield. Hortscience. 39:662; 2004
PLUGGING DATE AND COLD STORAGE AFFECT STRAWBERRY TRANSPLANT PRODUCTION AND PERFORMANCE IN ANNUAL PLASTICULTURE -
Takeda, F., Hokanson, S.C., Enns, B.J., Perkins Veazie, P.M., Swartz, H. 2004. Plugging date and cold storage affect strawberry transplant production and performance in annual plasticulture. Hortscience. 39(4): 829. 2004
INFLUENCE OF COLD STORAGE DURATION ON STRAWBERRY RUNNER TIP VIABILITY AND FIELD PERFORMANCE -
Hokanson, S.C., Takeda, F., Enns, J.M., Black, B.L. 2004. Influence of cold storage duration on strawberry runner tip viability and field performance. Hortscience.39:1596-1600
STRAWBERRY TRANSPLANT PRODUCTION AND PERFORMANCE IN ANNUAL PLASTICULTURE PRODUCTION SYSTEM -
Takeda, F., Hokanson, S., Swartz, H., Perkins-Veazie, P. 2004. Strawberry transplant production and performance in annual plasticulture production system. Strawberry International Symposium Proceedings. P. 21.
PERFORMANCE OF 'CHANDLER' STRAWBERRY IN COLDER CLIMATES -
Takeda, F., Swartz, H.J., Perkins Veazie, P.M. 2004. Performance of 'chandler' strawberry in colder climates. Strawberry International Symposium Proceedings.
HORTICULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS AND NEW MACHINE HARVESTING CONCEPTS FOR FRESH MARKET QUALITY BERRIES -
TAKEDA, F., PETERSON, D.L. HORTICULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS AND NEW MACHINE HARVESTING CONCEPTS FOR FRESH MARKET QUALITY BERRIES. GEORGIA FRUIT & VEGETABLE GROWERS ASSOCIATION WINTER CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. 2004. P. 85-92 January 2004; p. 85-92.
INTRODUCTION TO THE WORKSHOP ON REDENT ADVANCES IN MACHINE HARVESTING OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES -
Takeda, F. 2005. Introduction to the workshop on redent advances in machine harvesting of fruits and vegetables. HortTechnology. January - March 2005. 15(1)
STRAWBERRY FRUIT AND PLUG PLANT PRODUCTION IN THE GREENHOUSE -
Takeda, F., Hokanson, S.C. 2003. Strawberry fruit and plug plant production in the greenhouse. Acta Horticulturae. 626:283-285.
SOIL AMENDMENT WITH HYDROPHOBIC KAOLIN PARTICLES REDUCE WEEDS -
TAKEDA, F., GLENN, D.M., TWORKOSKI, T. SOIL AMENDMENT WITH HYDROPHOBIC KAOLIN PARTICLES REDUCE WEEDS. HORTSCIENCE. 2003. 38:659
CHARACTERIZATION OF PRIMOCANE GROWTH IN 'CHESTER THORNLESS' BLACKBERRY TRAINED TO THE ROTATABLE CROSS-ARM TRELLIS -
TAKEDA, F., HUMMELL, A.K., PETERSON, D.L. CHARACTERIZATION OF PRIMOCANE GROWTH IN 'CHESTER THORNLESS' BLACKBERRY TRAINED TO THE ROTATABLE CROSS-ARM TRELLIS. HORTSCIENCE. 2003. 38(3):373-376
THE EFFECTS OF CANE NUMBER ON YIELD IN 'CHESTER THORNLESS' BLACKBERRY ON THE ROTATABLE CROSS-ARM TRELLIS -
TAKEDA, F., HUMMELL, A.K., PETERSON, D.L. THE EFFECTS OF CANE NUMBER ON YIELD IN 'CHESTER THORNLESS' BLACKBERRY ON THE ROTATABLE CROSS-ARM TRELLIS. HORTSCIENCE. 2003. 38(3):377-380
N AND P UPTAKE BY STRAWBERRY PLANTS GROWN WITH COMPOSTED POULTRY LITTER -
TWORKOSKI, T., PREUSCH, P., TAKEDA, F. N AND P UPTAKE BY STRAWBERRY PLANTS GROWN WITH COMPOSTED POULTRY LITTER. 2003. doi:10.1016/j.scienta.2003.12.005; Scientia Horticulturae 102 (2004) 91-103.
REPORT ON USDA-ARS PLASTICULTURE STRAWBERRY RESEARCH PLOTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND WYE RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER IN QUEENSTOWN, MD. -
TAKEDA, F. REPORT ON USDA-ARS PLASTICULTURE STRAWBERRY RESEARCH PLOTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND WYE RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER IN QUEENSTOWN, MD.. WYE STRAWBERRY TWILIGHT MEETING BOOKLET. 2003.
WINTER STRAWBERRY PRODUCTION IN MID-ATLANTIC COAST REGION -
TAKEDA, F. WINTER STRAWBERRY PRODUCTION IN MID-ATLANTIC COAST REGION. NEW JERSEY ANNUAL VEGETABLE MEETING PROCEEDINGS. 2002. P. 13-15
NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS AVAILABILITY AND PLANT UPTAKE FROM SOIL TREATED WITH COMPOSTED AND UNCOMPOSTED POULTRY LITTER. -
TWORKOSKI, T., ADLER, P.R., SIKORA, L., TAKEDA, F., FERRIER, D., PREUSCH, P. NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS AVAILABILITY AND PLANT UPTAKE FROM SOIL TREATED WITH COMPOSTED AND UNCOMPOSTED POULTRY LITTER. Proceedings of the Composting in the Southeast Conf and Exp Workshop. 2002. pp 1-9.
FEASIBILITY OF MECHANICALLY HARVESTING FRESH MARKET QUALITY EASTERN THORNLESS BLACKBERRY -
PETERSON, D.L., TAKEDA, F. FEASIBILITY OF MECHANICALLY HARVESTING FRESH MARKET QUALITY EASTERN THORNLESS BLACKBERRY. APPLIED ENGINEERING IN AGRICULTURE. 2003. 19(1):25-30
EFFECTS OF TRANSPLANT CONDITIONING ON 'CHANDLER' STRAWBERRY PERFORMANCE IN OUT-OF-SEASON GREENHOUSE PRODUCTION SYSTEMS -
Takeda, F. 2002. Effects of transplant conditioning on 'chandler' strawberry performance in out-of-season greenhouse production systems. North American Strawberry Conference Proceedings.
OUT-OF-SEASON STRAWBERRY PRODUCTION IN THE EASTERN UNITED STATES -
CULTIVAR DIFFERENCES AND THE EFFECT OF WINTER TEMPERATURE ON FLOWER BUD DEVELOPMENT IN BLACKBERRY -
Takeda, F., Strik, B.C., Peacock, D., Clark, J.R. 2002. Cultivar differences and the effect of winter temperature on flower bud development in blackberry. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 127:495-501
PATTERNS OF FLORAL BUD DEVELOPMENT IN ERECT AND TRAILING BLACKBERRIES (RUBUS SUBGENUS RUBUS) -
Takeda, F., Strik, B., Peacock, D., Clark, J. 2003. Patterns of floral bud development in erect and trailing blackberries (rubus subgenus rubus). Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 128(1):1-7
OUT-OF-SEASON STRAWBERRY PRODUCTION IN THE EASTERN UNITED STATES -
Takeda, F. 2002. Out-of-season strawberry production in the eastern united states. Horticultural International Congress Proceedings. P. 392.
ALTERNATIVE BRAMBLE CANE TRAINING TECHNIQUES AND TRELLIS DESIGNS TO FACILITATE HARVESTING AND FOR WINTER PROTECTION -
Takeda, F. 2001. Alternative bramble cane training techniques and trellis designs to facilitate harvesting and for winter protection. New England Vegetable and Fruit Conference Proceedings.
OUT-OF-SEASON STRAWBERRY PRODUCTION IN THE GREENHOUSE -
HORTICULTURAL ASPECTS OF PHYTOCHEMICALS IN SMALL FRUITS: INTRODUCTION TO THE WORKSHOP -
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRUNING LEVEL AND PRODUCTIVITY IN 'CHESTER THORNLESS' BLUEBERRY TRAINED TO A ROTATAALE CROSS-ARM TRELLIS -
Takeda, F., Hummell, A.K. 2001. The relationship between pruning level and productivity in 'chester thornless' blueberry trained to a rotataale cross-arm trellis. American Society for Horticultural Science.
PRIMOCANE MANAGEMENT IN EASTERN THORNLESS BLACKBERRY III. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRUNING LEVEL AND PRODUCTIVITY -
Takeda, F., Hummell, A.K. 2001. Primocane management in eastern thornless blackberry iii. relationship between pruning level and productivity. Annual Cumberland Shenandoah Fruit Workers Conference.
OUT-OF-SEASON STRAWBERRY PRODUCTION IN THE GREENHOUSE. -
OUT-OF-SEASON GREENHOUSE STRAWBERRY PRODUCTION SYSTEM -
HORTICULTURAL ASPECTS OF PHYTOCHEMICALS IN SMALL FRUITS: INTRODUCTION TO THE WORKSHOP. -
THE EFFECT OF NITROGEN ON STOLON AND RAMET GROWTH IN FOUR GENOTYPES OF FRAGARIA CHILOENSIS L. -
SOILLESS STRAWBERRY PRODUCTION -
HYDROPONIC STRAWBERRY RUNNER-TIP PRODUCTION -
ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF AN AQUAPONIC SYSTEM FOR THE INTEGRATED PRODUCTION OF RAINBOW TROUT AND PLANTS -
Adler, P.R., Wade, E.M., Harper, J.K., Takeda, F., Summerfelt, S.T. 2000. Economic analysis of an aquaponic system for the integrated production of rainbow trout and plants. International Journal of Recirculating Aquaculture 1 (1):15-34.
NITROGEN MINERLIZATION AND PHOSPHORUS AVAILABILITY OF COMPOSTED AND UNCOMPOSTED POULTRY LITTER -
Tworkoski, T., Preusch, P.L., Adler, P.R., Sikora, L.J., Takeda, F., Ferrier, D. 1999. Nitrogen minerlization and phosphorus availability of composted and uncomposted poultry litter. Agronomy Abstracts. p. 37.
NITROGEN MINERALIZATION AND PHOSPHORUS AVAILABILITY OF COMPOSTED AND UNCOMPOSTED POULTRY LITTER -
Preusch, P.L., Adler, P.R., Sikora, L.J., Takeda, F., Ferrier, D., Tworkoski, T. 1999. Nitrogen mineralization and phosphorus availability of composted and uncomposted poultry litter. [abstract]. Proceedings of the Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting; Salt Lake City, UT, November 1999. Div S-8, p. 314.
VOLATILE CHARACTERIZATION OF BLACKBERRY (RUBUS.SPP) FRUIT FROM DIFFERENT PRODUCTION REGIONS OF THE UNITED STATES -
FRESH MARKET QUALITY BLUEBERRY HARVESTER -
A SIMPLE IRRIGATION SCHEDULING TECHNIQUE FOR STRAWBERRY -
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