MAGNA and BLANQ Series: Two Yellow-fleshed and Three White-fleshed Nectarines
Cantín, Celia M.
The continuous release of new nectarine [Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] cultivars by breeders from around the world, together with consistent improvements in orchard management strategies by growers, commercial interest in the production of fruit fresh consumption, and the introduction of new cultivars from Spanish scion nectarine breeding programs have positioned Spain as the preeminent worldwide nectarine exporter and currently the largest European producer [Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment (MAPAMA), 2021]. In Spain, the main nectarine-producing area is the Ebro Valley that accounts for more than 60% of the total Spanish peach and nectarine production (MAPAMA, 2021).
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American Society for Horticultural Science
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Font i Forcada, Carolina, Gemma Reig, Christian Fontich, Ignasi Batlle, Simó Alegre, Celia M. Cantín, and Iban Eduardo et al. 2021. "MAGNA And BLANQ Series: Two Yellow-Fleshed And Three White-Fleshed Nectarines". Hortscience 56 (9): 1130-1131. doi:10.21273/hortsci15882-21.
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