American Society for Horticultural Science

American Society for Horticultural Science ASHS supports science for specialty crops: global solutions for nutritious food sources and healthy, beautiful environments. We promote and encourage national and international interest in scientific research and education in all areas of horticulture.

Established in 1903, the American Society for Horticultural Science is recognized around the world as one of the most respected and influential professional societies for horticultural scientists. ASHS is committed to promoting and encouraging national and international interest in scientific research and education in all branches of horticulture. Comprised of thousands of members worldwide, ASHS

Established in 1903, the American Society for Horticultural Science is recognized around the world as one of the most respected and influential professional societies for horticultural scientists. ASHS is committed to promoting and encouraging national and international interest in scientific research and education in all branches of horticulture. Comprised of thousands of members worldwide, ASHS

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Micropropagation of turmeric produces a continuous source of uniformly sized, high-quality, and disease-free plantlets. ...
11/08/2021

Micropropagation of turmeric produces a continuous source of uniformly sized, high-quality, and disease-free plantlets. Researchers at Virginia State University evaluated nine different media to determine which performed the best.

In HortTechnology https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTTECH04890-21

Micropropagation of turmeric produces a continuous source of uniformly sized, high-quality, and disease-free plantlets. Researchers at Virginia State University evaluated nine different media to determine which performed the best.

In HortTechnology https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTTECH04890-21

Can we grow tea in Florida? Yes. This study by the University of Florida has tips for growers who would like to establis...
11/07/2021

Can we grow tea in Florida? Yes. This study by the University of Florida has tips for growers who would like to establish tea production in Florida.

In HortTechnology https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTTECH04908-21

For a closer look, watch this video from UF/IFAS Communications https://vimeo.com/553137852

Can we grow tea in Florida? Yes. This study by the University of Florida has tips for growers who would like to establish tea production in Florida.

In HortTechnology https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTTECH04908-21

For a closer look, watch this video from UF/IFAS Communications https://vimeo.com/553137852

Haskap, or honeyberry, is a relatively new fruit crop in North America. Researchers at Montana State University found th...
11/06/2021

Haskap, or honeyberry, is a relatively new fruit crop in North America. Researchers at Montana State University found that certain cultivars are prone to preharvest fruit drop.

In HortTechnology https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTTECH04861-21

Haskap, or honeyberry, is a relatively new fruit crop in North America. Researchers at Montana State University found that certain cultivars are prone to preharvest fruit drop.

In HortTechnology https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTTECH04861-21

Efforts by The Morton Arboretum and Magnolia Society International have allowed for the publication of a comprehensive l...
11/05/2021

Efforts by The Morton Arboretum and Magnolia Society International have allowed for the publication of a comprehensive listing of all Magnolia cultivars known to exist.

In HortScience https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTSCI16054-21

Efforts by The Morton Arboretum and Magnolia Society International have allowed for the publication of a comprehensive listing of all Magnolia cultivars known to exist.

In HortScience https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTSCI16054-21

ASHS Career Center Center Director and Associate/Full Professor, UF http://ow.ly/EENJ50GFvTKEnvironmental Horticulture A...
11/04/2021

ASHS Career Center

Center Director and Associate/Full Professor, UF http://ow.ly/EENJ50GFvTK

Environmental Horticulture Advisor (Applied Research and Extension), UC ANR http://ow.ly/2wqC50GFvTN

Nursery Manager, Walker Basin Conservancy http://ow.ly/YCHK50GFvTJ

Assistant Professor/Vegetable Horticulturist, UF http://ow.ly/LHm150GFvTM

More jobs at https://ashscareers.careerwebsite.com/jobs/

ASHS Career Center

Center Director and Associate/Full Professor, UF http://ow.ly/EENJ50GFvTK

Environmental Horticulture Advisor (Applied Research and Extension), UC ANR http://ow.ly/2wqC50GFvTN

Nursery Manager, Walker Basin Conservancy http://ow.ly/YCHK50GFvTJ

Assistant Professor/Vegetable Horticulturist, UF http://ow.ly/LHm150GFvTM

More jobs at https://ashscareers.careerwebsite.com/jobs/

Did you know?There is an urgent need for science-based information to support the developing cannabis industry.Learn mor...
11/03/2021

Did you know?

There is an urgent need for science-based information to support the developing cannabis industry.

Learn more from Nirit Bernstein's #ASHS2021 talk http://ow.ly/SnZ850GzsMp

Dr. Bernstein will be #ASHS2022 Keynote Speaker, July 30-Aug 3 in Chicago!

Did you know?

There is an urgent need for science-based information to support the developing cannabis industry.

Learn more from Nirit Bernstein's #ASHS2021 talk http://ow.ly/SnZ850GzsMp

Dr. Bernstein will be #ASHS2022 Keynote Speaker, July 30-Aug 3 in Chicago!

ASHS members join up for a free webinar! November 8th at 11 am EST / 8 am PSTTo register for the member-only webinars, o...
11/02/2021

ASHS members join up for a free webinar!
November 8th at 11 am EST / 8 am PST

To register for the member-only webinars, or view one of our archived webinars, go to ashs.org. Click on Webinar Series under Membership Benefits in the Membership pull-down menu.

ASHS members join up for a free webinar!
November 8th at 11 am EST / 8 am PST

To register for the member-only webinars, or view one of our archived webinars, go to ashs.org. Click on Webinar Series under Membership Benefits in the Membership pull-down menu.

A new study is the first research about fruit qualities such as anthocyanin and carotenoid content of BC1 hybrids using ...
11/01/2021

A new study is the first research about fruit qualities such as anthocyanin and carotenoid content of BC1 hybrids using Japanese wild Rubus species. Asian wild species hold promise for future raspberry breeding.

In JASHS https://doi.org/10.21273/JASHS05111-21

A new study is the first research about fruit qualities such as anthocyanin and carotenoid content of BC1 hybrids using Japanese wild Rubus species. Asian wild species hold promise for future raspberry breeding.

In JASHS https://doi.org/10.21273/JASHS05111-21

ASHS Industry Member SpotlightMark Yelanich is the Director of Research at Metrolina Greenhouses Inc. His favorite part ...
10/31/2021

ASHS Industry Member Spotlight

Mark Yelanich is the Director of Research at Metrolina Greenhouses Inc. His favorite part of the job is problem solving and problem prevention with his team. Mark values his ASHS membership for keeping him in contact with university researchers and up to date on the latest research.

https://ashs.org/page/industrymemberspotlight
@metrolinagreenhouses

ASHS Industry Member Spotlight

Mark Yelanich is the Director of Research at Metrolina Greenhouses Inc. His favorite part of the job is problem solving and problem prevention with his team. Mark values his ASHS membership for keeping him in contact with university researchers and up to date on the latest research.

https://ashs.org/page/industrymemberspotlight
@metrolinagreenhouses

Researchers in Japan are working to find uses for the inedible parts of asparagus. The fern and stem could be used as fe...
10/30/2021

Researchers in Japan are working to find uses for the inedible parts of asparagus. The fern and stem could be used as fertilizer. Adding activated C to the roots could reduce the growth-inhibiting tendency.

In HortScience https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTSCI16057-21

Researchers in Japan are working to find uses for the inedible parts of asparagus. The fern and stem could be used as fertilizer. Adding activated C to the roots could reduce the growth-inhibiting tendency.

In HortScience https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTSCI16057-21

Science for specialty crops!https://www.usda.gov/media/press-releases/2021/10/28/usda-announces-over-243-million-grants-...
10/29/2021
USDA Announces Over $243 Million in Grants Awarded to Strengthen the Specialty Crop Industry

Science for specialty crops!

https://www.usda.gov/media/press-releases/2021/10/28/usda-announces-over-243-million-grants-awarded-strengthen-specialty

WASHINGTON, Oct. 28, 2021 – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced an investment of more than $243 million in grants to support specialty crops, including fruits, vegetables, tree nuts and nursery crops through two USDA programs – the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program and the...

ASHS Career Center Prof and Dept Head, Dept of Crop and Soil Sciences, U of Georgia http://ow.ly/V4pG50GAeW8Gurney's Mer...
10/29/2021

ASHS Career Center

Prof and Dept Head, Dept of Crop and Soil Sciences, U of Georgia http://ow.ly/V4pG50GAeW8

Gurney's Merchant, Gardens Alive http://ow.ly/RKWX50GAeW7

Asst Prof of Turfgrass/Landscape Mgmt, Kansas State http://ow.ly/gOvc50GAeW6

Christmas Tree Educator, MSU Ext http://ow.ly/9l1A50GAeW5

More jobs at https://ashscareers.careerwebsite.com/jobs/

ASHS Career Center

Prof and Dept Head, Dept of Crop and Soil Sciences, U of Georgia http://ow.ly/V4pG50GAeW8

Gurney's Merchant, Gardens Alive http://ow.ly/RKWX50GAeW7

Asst Prof of Turfgrass/Landscape Mgmt, Kansas State http://ow.ly/gOvc50GAeW6

Christmas Tree Educator, MSU Ext http://ow.ly/9l1A50GAeW5

More jobs at https://ashscareers.careerwebsite.com/jobs/

Did you know?An inexpensive, off-grid, batteryless, cold storage is needed for perishables in support of smallholder far...
10/28/2021

Did you know?

An inexpensive, off-grid, batteryless, cold storage is needed for perishables in support of smallholder farmers in developing countries.

Learn more from Randy Beaudry's #ASHS2021 presentation http://ow.ly/Z6Qm50GzrqZ

Did you know?

An inexpensive, off-grid, batteryless, cold storage is needed for perishables in support of smallholder farmers in developing countries.

Learn more from Randy Beaudry's #ASHS2021 presentation http://ow.ly/Z6Qm50GzrqZ

Longtime ASHS members Emily Hoover, Patricia Knight, Daniel Lineberger and David Reed share recommendations for success,...
10/27/2021

Longtime ASHS members Emily Hoover, Patricia Knight, Daniel Lineberger and David Reed share recommendations for success, their thoughts about the future of horticulture, and the importance of ASHS membership.

https://ashs.org/page/HortLegends

Longtime ASHS members Emily Hoover, Patricia Knight, Daniel Lineberger and David Reed share recommendations for success, their thoughts about the future of horticulture, and the importance of ASHS membership.

https://ashs.org/page/HortLegends

Don't wait until the last minute - plan to nominate a deserving student or colleague for an ASHS award by February 4 , 2...
10/26/2021

Don't wait until the last minute - plan to nominate a deserving student or colleague for an ASHS award by February 4 , 2022

More information https://ashs.org/page/Deadlines

Don't wait until the last minute - plan to nominate a deserving student or colleague for an ASHS award by February 4 , 2022

More information https://ashs.org/page/Deadlines

Bananas are the most exported fruit worldwide. Black leaf streak disease (BLSD) or black sigatoka causes significant cro...
10/25/2021

Bananas are the most exported fruit worldwide. Black leaf streak disease (BLSD) or black sigatoka causes significant crop losses to bananas. A new USDA-ARS study evaluated two cultivars as alternatives to current commercial cultivars.

In HortTechnology https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTTECH04914-21

Bananas are the most exported fruit worldwide. Black leaf streak disease (BLSD) or black sigatoka causes significant crop losses to bananas. A new USDA-ARS study evaluated two cultivars as alternatives to current commercial cultivars.

In HortTechnology https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTTECH04914-21

The increasing adoption of dicamba-tolerant soybean (Glycine max) increases the potential exposure of wine grape (Vitis ...
10/24/2021

The increasing adoption of dicamba-tolerant soybean (Glycine max) increases the potential exposure of wine grape (Vitis sp.) to dicamba, to which off-target injury may occur via particle drift or v***r drift.

In HortTechnology https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTTECH04854-21

The increasing adoption of dicamba-tolerant soybean (Glycine max) increases the potential exposure of wine grape (Vitis sp.) to dicamba, to which off-target injury may occur via particle drift or v***r drift.

In HortTechnology https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTTECH04854-21

Grafting vegetables might help reduce common soilborne pathogens including bacterial wilt. The use of high tunnels and c...
10/23/2021

Grafting vegetables might help reduce common soilborne pathogens including bacterial wilt. The use of high tunnels and container grown plants is also a good strategy but is probably more expensive. Check out this article on grafting and high tunnel experiments in Costa Rica for more info.

In HortTechnology https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTTECH04904-21

Grafting vegetables might help reduce common soilborne pathogens including bacterial wilt. The use of high tunnels and container grown plants is also a good strategy but is probably more expensive. Check out this article on grafting and high tunnel experiments in Costa Rica for more info.

In HortTechnology https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTTECH04904-21

The resurgence of locally grown goods has been an added boost to the horticulture industry in Wyoming. Fresh cut flowers...
10/22/2021

The resurgence of locally grown goods has been an added boost to the horticulture industry in Wyoming. Fresh cut flowers are feasible for the Wyoming climate with both high-tunnel and greenhouse production.

In HortTechnology https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTTECH04894-21

The resurgence of locally grown goods has been an added boost to the horticulture industry in Wyoming. Fresh cut flowers are feasible for the Wyoming climate with both high-tunnel and greenhouse production.

In HortTechnology https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTTECH04894-21

‘lucía myrtea®’ and ‘victoria myrtea®’: Two New Japanese Plum Cultivars with Low Chilling Requirements, Early Ripening, ...
10/21/2021

‘lucía myrtea®’ and ‘victoria myrtea®’: Two New Japanese Plum Cultivars with Low Chilling Requirements, Early Ripening, and High-quality Fruit for the Fresh Market

In HortScience https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTSCI16017-21

‘lucía myrtea®’ and ‘victoria myrtea®’: Two New Japanese Plum Cultivars with Low Chilling Requirements, Early Ripening, and High-quality Fruit for the Fresh Market

In HortScience https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTSCI16017-21

ASHS Career Center Grad Student Asst, USU http://ow.ly/tgsn50GuAkODir of Greenbelt Native Plant Ctr, NYC Parks http://ow...
10/20/2021

ASHS Career Center

Grad Student Asst, USU http://ow.ly/tgsn50GuAkO

Dir of Greenbelt Native Plant Ctr, NYC Parks http://ow.ly/kSYj50GuAkQ

Asst Prof of Hort Plant Breeding, UNH http://ow.ly/VSKM50GuAkN

Ag Engineer Advisor, Applied Rsch and Ext, UC ANR http://ow.ly/AMaa50GuAkP

ASHS Career Center

Grad Student Asst, USU http://ow.ly/tgsn50GuAkO

Dir of Greenbelt Native Plant Ctr, NYC Parks http://ow.ly/kSYj50GuAkQ

Asst Prof of Hort Plant Breeding, UNH http://ow.ly/VSKM50GuAkN

Ag Engineer Advisor, Applied Rsch and Ext, UC ANR http://ow.ly/AMaa50GuAkP

Did you know?Managing crop load in peach is imperative for balancing optimal standards for yield and fruit quality.Learn...
10/20/2021

Did you know?

Managing crop load in peach is imperative for balancing optimal standards for yield and fruit quality.

Learn more from this #ASHS2021 presentation by Brendon Anthony http://ow.ly/NwAL50GqcHC

Did you know?

Managing crop load in peach is imperative for balancing optimal standards for yield and fruit quality.

Learn more from this #ASHS2021 presentation by Brendon Anthony http://ow.ly/NwAL50GqcHC

If you can't get outside to connect with nature, researchers found that watching brief nature videos (5–10 min) contribu...
10/19/2021

If you can't get outside to connect with nature, researchers found that watching brief nature videos (5–10 min) contributed to stress reduction. A 20-min forest video caused more stress but induced more relaxation.

In HortScience https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTSCI16101-21

If you can't get outside to connect with nature, researchers found that watching brief nature videos (5–10 min) contributed to stress reduction. A 20-min forest video caused more stress but induced more relaxation.

In HortScience https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTSCI16101-21

2021 ASHS Endowment Fund Donation Drivehttp://ow.ly/UuJD50GshDdParticipate on your own or with your Hort Club. A pledge ...
10/18/2021

2021 ASHS Endowment Fund Donation Drive
http://ow.ly/UuJD50GshDd

Participate on your own or with your Hort Club. A pledge sheet is available here http://ow.ly/YZbS50GshDe

Submit donations online through ASHS at https://ashs.org/donations/donate.asp?id=8952

2021 ASHS Endowment Fund Donation Drive
http://ow.ly/UuJD50GshDd

Participate on your own or with your Hort Club. A pledge sheet is available here http://ow.ly/YZbS50GshDe

Submit donations online through ASHS at https://ashs.org/donations/donate.asp?id=8952

ASHS members join up for free webinars!To register for the member-only webinars, or view one of our archived webinars, g...
10/17/2021

ASHS members join up for free webinars!

To register for the member-only webinars, or view one of our archived webinars, go to ashs.org. Click on Webinar Series under Membership Benefits in the Membership pull-down menu.

ASHS members join up for free webinars!

To register for the member-only webinars, or view one of our archived webinars, go to ashs.org. Click on Webinar Series under Membership Benefits in the Membership pull-down menu.

GRAD Student SpotlightRyan Traband attends the University of California Riverside. After graduation he is looking forwar...
10/15/2021

GRAD Student Spotlight

Ryan Traband attends the University of California Riverside. After graduation he is looking forward to assisting in creating novel germplasm in the fruit and berry industry.

Read more about Ryan here https://ashs.org/page/gradstudentspotlight

GRAD Student Spotlight

Ryan Traband attends the University of California Riverside. After graduation he is looking forward to assisting in creating novel germplasm in the fruit and berry industry.

Read more about Ryan here https://ashs.org/page/gradstudentspotlight

Papaya is a treasured fruit crop with high nutritive and medicinal values. A unique female line 'Dawn Delight' with a ro...
10/14/2021

Papaya is a treasured fruit crop with high nutritive and medicinal values. A unique female line 'Dawn Delight' with a robust micropropagation technology has been developed by Thomas Biotech, Bengaluru, India. 'Dawn Delight' has dwarf plants with round fruits and red flesh.

In HortScience https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTSCI16218-21

Papaya is a treasured fruit crop with high nutritive and medicinal values. A unique female line 'Dawn Delight' with a robust micropropagation technology has been developed by Thomas Biotech, Bengaluru, India. 'Dawn Delight' has dwarf plants with round fruits and red flesh.

In HortScience https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTSCI16218-21

Did you know?Under endemic HLB conditions crop loss due to early fruit drop may be as severe as 40% of total fruit load....
10/13/2021

Did you know?

Under endemic HLB conditions crop loss due to early fruit drop may be as severe as 40% of total fruit load.

Learn more from this #ASHS2021 presentation by Fernando Miguel Alferez http://ow.ly/z2DT50Gqbf2

Did you know?

Under endemic HLB conditions crop loss due to early fruit drop may be as severe as 40% of total fruit load.

Learn more from this #ASHS2021 presentation by Fernando Miguel Alferez http://ow.ly/z2DT50Gqbf2

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Established in 1903, the American Society for Horticultural Science is recognized around the world as one of the most respected and influential professional societies for horticultural and plant scientists. ASHS is committed to promoting and encouraging national and international interest in scientific research and education in all branches of horticulture.

Comprised of thousands of members worldwide, ASHS represents a broad cross-section of the horticultural community - scientists, educators, students, landscape and turf managers, government, extension agents and industry professionals. ASHS members focus on practices and problems in horticulture: breeding, propagation, production and management, harvesting, handling and storage, processing, marketing and use of horticultural plants and products.

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Please consider helping restore the statue of Liberty Hyde Bailey, a horticulture icon and an inaugural inductee to the ASHS Hall of Fame. https://givingto.msu.edu/crowdpower/horticulture-gardens-bailey-sculpture?fbclid=IwAR0hMWatDhPTIUpCsTtcSdNZJ-HSr9A5Vs7PpoddhFPI_OXC7w6ot0bOxmQ
Hey, ASHS members, I'm heading up a group of your colleagues in revising the Pi Alpha Xi, National Horticulture Honor Society, judging manual. We're including photographs of the crops this time (making it somewhat more attractive to 21st century learners) and I'm down to needing only a photograph of jicama. If you have one and want to share it, please message me. You will receive full photo credit in the manual. So far we've had great cooperation from individuals and the horticulture industry including Johnny Seeds, Sierra Flowers Finder, and All American Selections. Down to just needing jicama. Any help is appreciated.
Colleagues, join me in shining a light on systemic racism in academia and research. Great resources on actions we can take. https://www.shutdownstem.com
For those who are interested....check the topics on the conference website ABSTRACT SUBMISSION EXTENTION to 15/02/2020 3rd International Symposium on Soilless Culture and Hydroponics Cyprus, 1-4 November 2020 https://www.hydro2020.com
Hey, ASHS members, a University of Georgia graduate student needs help with getting seeds of different ecotypes of Asclepias. If you can help her, great! **Graduate Student in need of help** Fellow gardeners and horticulturists, I am in need of help from the citizens of our wonderful plant community. I am a Horticulture graduate student at the University of Georgia, studying differences among Asclepias (milkweed) species. To be specific, I’m trying to determine the number of chromosomes (ploidy) and total genomic content of as many Asclepias species as possible. Finding seed of rarer (or even common) Asclepias species is pretty difficult (although I have enough A. tuberosa seed to start a war with). This is where your help would be so appreciated. If there are any native species to your area that you would be willing to part with, I’d happily take good care of them while they are used for science. In addition to the seed, I would need their collection location (city/county, state). If possible, fresh seed (2019 collected) is preferred. Please mail seeds to: Mary Lewis (The Asclepias Whisperer) ;) 1111 Miller Plant Science Building, Athens GA 30606. Your contribution will allow me to improve my research as well as benefit scientists and conservationists in the future. Thank you so much! :) :)
Will any of you please tell me if the American ASHS, Tropical Region still exist?
If you are a grad student and you're planning on attending the annual ASHS conference in Las Vegas, please consider to register for the Scholars Ignite Competition at https://ashs.confex.com/ashs/2019/cfp.cgi. Winners will receive a cash award. Deadline is July 1st.
Can't wait to attend -Industrial H**p: A Versatile Crop with the Potential to Improve Agroecosystem Diversity, Mitigate Environmental Degradation and Increase Farm Incomes -Research Priorities As Indicated By Industry Needs for Environmental Horticulture and -Hop Variety Trials Under Extended Day Length in Central Florida #ashs_hort
For all pre-1975 Rutgers Alumni and others in the Society, just learned the sad news of the passing of Dr. Charles Hess.
43 people have raised R52,420 join the cause and make a small donation https://www.thundafund.com/project/eagles
FRUITIPEDIA FOR SALE On account of my advancing age, I do not think I shall be able to maintain the website www.fruitipedia.com for long. This website, which was hosted on 16 May, 2008, with a motive of compiling an online encyclopedia of ALL EDIBLE FRUITS OF THE WORLD, has been viewed by 3.2 million people (according to information by Google ads). It has brief information on 579 fruits of the world. Information on 5-10 new fruits is being added every month. It is a revenue earning website getting 1000 -1500 hits a day. My dream was that Fruitipedia should have introductory information on ALL edible fruits of the world which are estimated to be over 4500. I am going to be 79 next month and therefore do not think I shall be able to do it. However, I like my dream to be fulfilled and therefore want to handover this project to someone, preferably some organization, so that the work goes on. I promise remain associated with Fruitipedia and can continue to edit it and also contribute chapters to it so long as I am able to do it. However, this will be on the terms and conditions of the new owners. I shall also like my name to be mentioned as the founder owner, editor of this website. The money I shall be getting, shall be used in charity or funding some project on the promotion of lesser known fruits. The charity spending will be in India only. However, it will shown to have been done by the buyer. As I have enough to live, so I do not want the money. The idea of sale is because of the reason that THINGS RECEIVED FREE ARE NEVER VALUED. So I would like some price for it. Please send offers at [email protected]. Dr. Chiranjit Parmar Site owner, editor and coordinator www.fruitipedia.com 186/3 Jail Road, Mandi HP 175001 India
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