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Bacterial spot resistant pepper cultivar evaluation 2006

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Title: Bacterial spot resistant pepper cultivar evaluation 2006
Author: Zandstra, J.W.; Squire, R.C.
Abstract: Peppers were harvested according to Ontario processing standards: mature green peppers were a minimum 2 3/4" diameter with a 5% tolerance on color, and fully mature peppers were a minimum 2 ½" diameter with a 10% tolerance on color. At the first harvest (green only), samples were taken and the following assessment made: a. fruit length: average length of 10 fruit per plot b. fruit diameter: average diameter of 10 fruit per plot c. wall thickness: average thickness of 10 fruit per plot
Description: Bell pepper cultivars were seeded in the greenhouse into 200 cell trays containing BM-3 growing media on 04 May 2006. They were transplanted on 12 June 2006 into a Brookston clay loam sand spot phase soil on the Ridgetown College research farm, with a row spacing of 1.0 m and in row spacing of 45 cm (22 222 plants/ha). There was a single row of plants per bed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/1976
Date: 2006


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