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'Sunraycer' nectarine

, : 'Sunraycer' nectarine. HortScience 30(1): 154

Derived from a cross between the advanced Florida breeding selections Fla. 7-11 and Fla. 7-3N, this Xanthomonas campestris pv. pruni-resistant Prunus persica variety has a chilling requirement of 275 chilling units (c.u.), compared with 250 c.u. for Sunred and Sunblaze, and attains full flowering in early to mid-February in Gainesville.

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