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Three new hybrid tomatoes: Crosses between male-sterile and fertile varieties prove superior for quality and early yield of market tomatoes

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Charles M. Rick, University of California
C. Grant Baughn, University of California
Bernarr J. Hall, University of California

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California Agriculture 10(1):4-10.

Published January 01, 1956

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A high early yield of marketable fruit was the goal achieved in an experiment in the breeding of hybrid tomatoes that started in 1947.

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Professors H. Mattson and J. H. Schultz of the North Dakota Agricultural College provided seed of NDAC49 from which LA211 was derived.

The tests in many areas were made possible by the co-operation of Farm Advisors in the respective counties.

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 906A.

Three new hybrid tomatoes: Crosses between male-sterile and fertile varieties prove superior for quality and early yield of market tomatoes

Charles M. Rick, C. Grant Baughn, Bernarr J. Hall
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Three new hybrid tomatoes: Crosses between male-sterile and fertile varieties prove superior for quality and early yield of market tomatoes

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Authors

Charles M. Rick, University of California
C. Grant Baughn, University of California
Bernarr J. Hall, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 10(1):4-10.

Published January 01, 1956

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A high early yield of marketable fruit was the goal achieved in an experiment in the breeding of hybrid tomatoes that started in 1947.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Professors H. Mattson and J. H. Schultz of the North Dakota Agricultural College provided seed of NDAC49 from which LA211 was derived.

The tests in many areas were made possible by the co-operation of Farm Advisors in the respective counties.

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 906A.


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