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Breeding canning tomatoes: Canning strains resistant to Verticillium-Fusarium wilts further developed by plant-breeding program

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G. C. Hanna

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California Agriculture 8(11):12-13.

Published November 01, 1954

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Abstract

The principal canning variety oí tomato in California in 1940 was the Santa Clara, but because of the spreading of Fusarium wilt in the Woodland area, it was thought that a Fusarium-resistant Santa Clara was needed.

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Breeding canning tomatoes: Canning strains resistant to Verticillium-Fusarium wilts further developed by plant-breeding program

G. C. Hanna
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Breeding canning tomatoes: Canning strains resistant to Verticillium-Fusarium wilts further developed by plant-breeding program

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Authors

G. C. Hanna

Publication Information

California Agriculture 8(11):12-13.

Published November 01, 1954

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Abstract

The principal canning variety oí tomato in California in 1940 was the Santa Clara, but because of the spreading of Fusarium wilt in the Woodland area, it was thought that a Fusarium-resistant Santa Clara was needed.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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