Group Title: Mimeo report - Indian River field laboratory ; IRL 67-1
Title: Summary of tomato variety trials
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Title: Summary of tomato variety trials
Series Title: Indian River Field Laboratory mimeo report
Physical Description: 4 leaves : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Hayslip, Norman C ( Norman Calvin ), 1916-
Indian River Field Laboratory
Publisher: Indian River Field Laboratory
Place of Publication: Fort Pierce Fla
Publication Date: [1966]
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Subject: Tomatoes -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Tomatoes -- Varieties -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: non-fiction   ( marcgt )
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Statement of Responsibility: N.C. Hayslip.
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General Note: "September 7, 1966."
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 66460922

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Indian River Field Laboratory Mimeo Report IRL 67-1


September 7, 1966


SUMMARY OF TOMATO VARIETY TRIALS

N. C. Hayslip/




Tomato Varieties of Interest in South Florida
Eight-Year Summary


Graded Yield (ibs. per acre) Fall Crops

1958 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1965


Variety


Homestead-24

Grothen's Globe

W. R. Grothen

Indian River

Manapal

Floralou

Marion

Supermarket

Immokalee

Floradel


21,800





12,100


6,500

2,400

2,700

19,100 5,100

19,200 4,600

6,300


17,200

11,300



19,300*

19,000*

17,400


16,400



12,500

22,900*

17,000

22,800*

-


8,700



7,900

9,700*

9,900*

7,200

8,400


20,000 25,100





25*000*


18,900


- 22,900*

- 29,600*


26,800

32,800*

33,200*

29,200*


Floradel, Immokalee, Sipermarket, Indian River better yield~ than Hohestead-24.

Grothen's Globe, W. R. Grothen p6orer yield than Homest'ead-24. ', \

Manapal, Floralou, Marion yield about qil to Homestiead-24. '



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1/ Entomologist, Indian River Field Laboratory, Florida Agricultural Experiment
Stations, Ft. Pierce, Florida.









Tomato Varieties of Interest in South Florida
Eight-Year Summary


Graded Yield (lbs. per acre) Spring Crops


1959 1959 1960


1960 1961 1962 1962 1963 1963 1964 1965 1965 1966 1966


Homestead-24

Grothen's Globe

W.R. Grothen

Indian River

Manapal

Floralou

Marion

Supermarket

Immokalee

Floradel


19,800

14,400


18,300

10,800


20,900


14,700

-


23,800 17,700 22,100 11,700

25,700 23,706 24,000 12,600

13,300

S 14,300


36,900





36,600

40,800

35,600

35,600


21,400 32,900


17,300

17,300



16,200


26,600

34,000

30,700


27,900

-


29,700 32,600 21,500 20,900 22,100 17,800


- 14,200

- 25,300

- 27,500


-I


U,.UU -

.- 34,100--24,206



29,200 34,60 23
29,200 34,600 23,100


16,400

24,500

-


20,000

28,200


29,600


Manapal, Supermarket, Immokalee, Floradel better yield than Homestead-24.

Grothen's Globe, W. R. Grothen, Marion poorer yield than Homestead-24.

Indian River, Floralou yield about equal to Homestead-24.


Variety


33,500

- I 1


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Ft. Pierce Replicated, Fall, 1965

Summary Table


Variety

1. Homestead-24

2. Supermarket

3. Marion

4. G-17 (Asgrow)

5. 857-9-DBk-DBk
CAVStW

6. 183-D2-D3-DBk-DBk
CAVStW

.1. STEP 461

.2. Immokalee

-3. STEP 492


Lbs. Graded
Per Acre

25,100

32,800

26,800

29,200


37,100


36,000

30,500

33,200

35,300


Lbs.
Total Fruit
Per Acre

40,400

42,700

38,000

37,300


48,300


44,800

42,700

44,000

45,700


Size of Fruit (lb.)
Nov. Dec. Dec.
30 15 27


.376

.326

.275

.330


.293

.247

.371

.310


% Fruit
with
Graywalll/


% Cracked
-Fruit 2/


.274

.214

.297

.267


.351 .283 .243


.400

.462

.418

.368


.320

.302

.338

.278


Exterior
A-rearance


Fair

Average

Average

Good


Good


Average

Good

Average

Good


.272

.235

.281

.231


1/ Average of 4 harvests when graywall was most prevalent.

2/ Average of 4 harvests when cracking was most severe.






Ft. Pierce Replicated, Spring, 1966


Summary Table


Variety


Homestead-24

Marion

Supermarket

STEP 461

183-D3-D1-D1 CAVStW

857-13-D2-D1 CAVStW

STEP 492


Lbs. Fruit/Acre
Graded
Graded + Culls

22,100 37,400

20,000 28,600

28,200 43,200

19,500 50,600

13,200 46,200

30,800 49,600

26,900 42,700


No.
Ripe & Pink
1st
Harv.


202

135

299

312

237

272

200


% Fruit with Bad
Ave.Fruit Size(lb) Blossom-End Scars
1st 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd
Harv. Harv. Harv. Harv. Harv. Harv.

.317 .281 .260 16 21 15

.342 .277 .275 32 16 114

.355 .300 .268 7 16 11

.417 -.367 .307 29 _59 51

.510 .428 .391 49 74 62

.424 -.388 -.301 _14 29 23

.367 .311 .299 18 30 13


% Fruit
with Graywall
2nd
Harv.


STEP Replicated, Spring, 1966

Summary Table

Lbs. No. Ripes o Fruit % Fruit
Lbs. Graded & Pink with with
Graded + Culls 1st Size of Fruit(lb.) Graywall Blossom Scars
Variety /Acre /Acre 2 Harv. 2nd Har. -3rd Harv. 2nd Harv. 2nd Harv.

1. Homestead-24 17,770 44,080 569 .268 .229 29 22

2. Floradel 29,620 44,380 199 .308 .242 1 14


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