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Bacterial spot resistant pepper cultivar evaluation 2006

Show simple item record Zandstra, J.W. Squire, R.C. 2009-07-02T18:11:38Z 2009-07-02T18:11:38Z 2006
dc.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. en
dc.description.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 en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher University of Guelph Ridgetown Campus en
dc.subject pepper en
dc.subject capsicum annuum en
dc.subject bacterial spot en
dc.subject xanthomonas campestris en
dc.subject variety en
dc.subject cultivar en
dc.subject variety trial en
dc.subject yield en
dc.subject quality en
dc.subject processing en
dc.title Bacterial spot resistant pepper cultivar evaluation 2006 en
dc.type Technical Report en
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