TERRAM and LUX Series: Four Yellow-fleshed and Three White-fleshed Peaches
Cantín, Celia M.
In Spain, peach [Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] production has experienced an increase of ≈30% during the past 20 years [Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment (MAPAMA), 2021]. In 2018, the total peach cultivated surface area was ≈50,000 ha, with the majority of peach production located in Ebro Valley, northeastern Spain. Aragon and Catalonia are the two most important Spanish peach regions within Ebro Valley, producing ≈430,000 and 409,000 tons annually, respectively (MAPAMA, 2021). Spain is the leading European peach producer and the world’s largest exporter, with a crop value of almost USD 1 billion.
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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. "TERRAM And LUX Series: Four Yellow-Fleshed And Three White-Fleshed Peaches". Hortscience 56 (9): 1132-1133. doi:10.21273/hortsci15883-21.
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