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Investigations on variati: Possibilities for the development of a hybrid carrot with root size uniformity under study

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J. E. Welch, Experiment Station, Davis.
E. L. Grimball, Department of Agriculture, Charleston, South Carolina.

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California Agriculture 3(10):8-12.

Published October 01, 1949

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Male sterility has been reported in several crop plants including tomato, flax, corn, onion, sorghum, barley, and sugar beet.

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The above article is based on work conducted while Dr. Welch was Associate Horticulturist, U. S. Regional Vegetable Breeding Laboratory, U.S.D.A. Charleston, South Carolina. Investigations are being continued at the University of California under Research Project No. 906.

Investigations on variati: Possibilities for the development of a hybrid carrot with root size uniformity under study

J. E. Welch, E. L. Grimball
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Investigations on variati: Possibilities for the development of a hybrid carrot with root size uniformity under study

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Authors

J. E. Welch, Experiment Station, Davis.
E. L. Grimball, Department of Agriculture, Charleston, South Carolina.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 3(10):8-12.

Published October 01, 1949

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Male sterility has been reported in several crop plants including tomato, flax, corn, onion, sorghum, barley, and sugar beet.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above article is based on work conducted while Dr. Welch was Associate Horticulturist, U. S. Regional Vegetable Breeding Laboratory, U.S.D.A. Charleston, South Carolina. Investigations are being continued at the University of California under Research Project No. 906.


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