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SUMMER SQUASH




V A R I ETY EVAL NATION


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1977 1985


Leesburg AREC
Research Report
LBG 86-8
(200 copies)


G. W. ELMSTROM, CENTER DIRECTOR


AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND
EDUCATION CENTER, LEESBURG
BOX 388
TELEPHONE: 904/787-3423
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TABLE 1
SUMMER SQUASH, GREEN/YELLOW, REPLICATED
VARIETY TRIAL RESULTS-LEESBURG


Unit Reporting: Leesburg Agricultural Research & Education Center
Leader: G. W. Elmstrom
Planted: March 14-15, 1977
Harvested: April 22, 1977. Last of 13: May 23, 1977 (Green)
Harvested: April 20, 1977. Last of 13: May 20, 1977 (Yellow)
Soil: Apopka fine sand


Marketable Yieldy
(bu/A)
Cultivar Source Earlyz Total Colorx Curvature Smoothness
Green
Genie Niagara 296 a-c 835 a 3.0
Scallopini Petoseed 361 a 764 ab 5.0
Ambassador Petoseed 273 bc 733 ab 3.8
Market King Keystone 227 b-d 728 ab 4.5
Hizini Ferry-Morse 302 ab 721 ab 4.2
-------------------------------------------------
Hyb. Zucchini Burpee 212 cd 704 ab 3.2
President Petoseed 244 b-d 679 ab 3.8
Greenzini Ferry-Morse 269 be 665 ab 4.0
Aristocrat Burpee 221 b-d 628 bc 4.5
Blackjack Petoseed 218 b-d 594 b-d 4.5
------------------------- -------------------------------------------------


Fordhook
Blackoe
Black Beauty
Golden


172
102
224
125


Burpee
Willhite
Herbst
Burpee


Niagara
Niagara
Petoseed


Slenderella
Slendergold
Goldzini


de
e
b-d
e


Yellow
190 a-d
224 a
223 a


593 b-d
485 ed
481 cd
423 d


722 a
706 a
668 ab


3.8
3.8
4.2
golden


1.7
2.0
1.5


2.0
1.2
1.0







Table 1, replicated (cont.)


Marketable Yieldy
(bu/A)
Cultivar Source Earlyz Total Colorx Curvature" Smoothnessv

Seneca Butterbar Burpee 204 a-c 650 a-c 1.5 1.0
Gold Strike Ferry-Morse 183 a-d 648 a-c 1.5 1.5

Hyrific Ferry-Morse 126 e-g 632 a-c 1.8 1.8
Goldbar Herbst 152 d-f 617 a-d 1.2 1.0
Dixie Asgrow 190 a-d 617 a-d 2.3 1.3
Seneca Prolific Herbst 214 ab 599 a-e 1.0 1.5
Butter Pak Ferry-Morse 155 d-f 584 a-f 1.5 1.8
----------------------------~C----1~111--------------------------------
Summer Sun Ferry-Morse 210 a-c 580 a-f 2.0 1.5
Early Prolific SN Burpee 85 g 529 b-g 1.2 1.5
Sundance Petoseed 172 b-e 519 c-g 3.0 1.2
Gourmet Keystone 189 a-d 487 d-g 1.0 1.0
Golden Rebel Ferry-Morse 108 fg 473 d-g 3.5 2.5
-----------------------------------------------------------
Golden Swan Petoseed 145 d-f 460 e-g 2.7 1.3
Goldneck Herbst 127 e-g 456 e-g 3.5 1.2
Moneymaker Keystone 165 c-e 452 fg 2.5 1.0
Golden Summer CN Burpee 38 h 417 g 3.0 3.2
Ranger Burpee 17 h 267 h 3.0 3.0

ZHarvested by May 6, 1977 (green) and May 4, 1977 (yellow).

YMean separation for each type of squash by Duncan's New Multiple Range Test, 5% level.
XRated from 1, white; to 5, dark green.
WRated from 1, straight; to 5, very curved.
VRated from 1, smooth; to 5, rough.

Comments: Planted March 14-15, 1977 in single-row plots 24 ft long with hills 2 ft apart and rows 5 ft
apart. Fertilization: 800 Ib/A 5-15-8 applied preplant and 650 lb/A 15-0-14 in 3 other
applications before flowering.










TABLE 2
SUMMER SQUASH, GREEN/YELLOW, REPLICATED
VARIETY TRIAL RESULTS-LEESBURG


Unit Reporting: Leesburg Agricultural Research & Education Center
Leader: G. W. Elmstrom
Planted: February 23, 1978
Harvested: April 17, 1978. Last of 20: May 15, 1978
Soil: Apopka fine sand


Marketable Yieldy
(bu/A)
Cultivar Source Earlyz Total Colorx Curvature
Green
Elite Harris-Moran 357 a 812 a 2.0
Castle Verde Castle 316 ab 745 a 5.0
Ambassador Petoseed 363 a 735 a 3.0
Burpee Hyb. Burpee 255 be 628 a 2.3
Market King Keystone 207 cd 582 ab 3.7
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------
Castle Black Castle 201 cd 559 ab 5.0
Hizini Ferry-Morse 261 be 549 ab 3.7
Black Eagle Northrup King 167 d 513 ab 4.0
Genie Niagara 138 d 494 ab 2.0
Golden Zucchini Burpee 54 d 183 b golden
Yellow
Gold Slice Petoseed 254 ab 709 a 1.7
Goldzini Petoseed 264 a 696 ab 1.3
Golden Girl Harris-Moran 238 a-c 621 a-c 2.0
Goldbar Petoseed 188 ed 617 a-c 1.7
Castlegold Castle 197 b-d 595 a-c 1.7
----------------------------- ------- ---------------------- ------------ -------


Scottsdale
Dixie
Ingot


Herbst
Asgrow
Keystone


168 d
217 a-d
213 a-d


582 a-c
538 be
533 c


1.3
3.0
2.3







Table 2, replicated (cont.)


Marketable Yield7
(bA)

Cultivar Source Earlyz Total Colorx curvature"

Early Prolific SN Twilley 173 cd 528 cd 1.0
Daytona Northrup King 173 cd 489 ed 3.7

Slenderella Niagara 171 ed 475 cd 1.7
Golden Summer CN Burpee 94 e 365 d 4.0

Harvested by April 29, 1978
YMean separation for each type of squash by Duncan's New Multiple Range Test, 5% level.
XRated from 1, white; to 5, dark green.
WRated from 1, straight; to 5, very curved.
Comments: Planted February 23, 1978 in single-row plots 24 ft long with hills 2 ft apart and rows 5 ft
apart. Fertilization: 800 Ib/A 5-15-8 applied preplant and 650 lb/A 15-0-14 in 3 other
applications before flowering.


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TABLE 3
SUMMER SQUASH, GREEN/YELLOW, REPLICATED
VARIETY TRIAL RESULTS-LEESBURG


Unit Reporting: Leesburg Agricultural Research & Education Center
Leader: G. W. Elmstrom
Planted: February 20, 1979
Harvested: April 12, 1979. Last of 13: May 5, 1979
Soil: Apopka fine sand


Marketable Yieldy

(bu/A)
Cultivar Source Earlyz Total Colorx Curvaturew
Green
77-2202 Charter 367 a 687 a 4.0
Green Bay Herbst 282 b 600 ab 3.0
Castlegrey Castle 280 b 596 a-c 2.0
Genie Niagara 231 b-d 538 a-c 3.0
4005 Castle 253 be 524 be 4.0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ambassador Petoseed 245 b-d 513 be 3.5
Black Magic Charter 209 ed 506 be 5.0
NZ Harris-Moran 234 b-d 505 be 4.0
Castle Verde Castle 235 b-d 495 be 4.0
NCX 7111 Niagara 236 b-d 487 be 2.5
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Black Beauty Northrup King 188 d 461 ed 3.5
Black Angus Herbst 105 e 353 d 4.5
Yellow
Slenderella Niagara 195 a 427 a 2.0
Slendergold Niagara 200 a 424 ab 3.0
Gold Slice Petoseed 191 ab 405 ab 1.7
8H4 Castle 179 a-d 401 ab 3.0
4004 Castle 184 a-c 396 ab 4.3
-------a----------------------------------------- ----- ----- --- --------







Table 3, replicated (cont.)


Marketable Yieldy
(bu/A)
Cultivar Source Earlyz Total Colorx CurvatureW

Golden Girl Harris-Moran 201 a 390 ab 1.7
Dixie Asgrow 162 a-d 373 ab 3.7
Lemondrop Asgrow 195 a 373 ab 1.0
Castlegold Castle 195 a 365 ab 1.3
Seneca Butterbar Burpee 130 b-d 343 ab 1.7

Golden Eagle Northrup King 118 d 331 ab 2.0
Crookette Niagara 135 a-d 309 ab 4.3
Gold Strike Ferry-Morse 121 ed 298 ab 1.0

ZHarvested by April 22, 1979.

Yean separation for each type of squash by Duncan's New Multiple Range Test, 5% level.
XRated from 1, white; to 5, dark green.

WRated from 1, straight; to 5, very curved.
Comments: Planted February 20, 1979 in single-row plots 24 ft long with hills 2 ft apart and rows 5 ft
apart. Fertilization: 800 Ib/A 5-15-8 applied preplant and 650 lb/A 15-0-14 in 3 other
applications before flowering.









TABLE 4
SUMMER SQUASH, GREEN/YELLOW, REPLICATED
VARIETY TRIAL RESULTS-LEESBURG


Unit Reporting: Leesburg Agricultural Research & Education Center
Leader: G. W. Elmstroa
Planted: March 5, 1980
Harvested: April 11, 1980. Last of 14: May 8, 1980
Soil: Apopka fine sand

Marketable Yieldy
(bu/A)
z x w
Cultivar Source Early Total Colorx Curvature
Green
Elite Harris-Moran 276 a 753 a 4.0
Onyx Ferry-Morse 198 b-d 666 ab 4.3
Ambassador Petoseed 214 b 656 ab 4.0
Green Bay Herbst 201 b-d 627 a-c 3.0
Greyzini Petoseed 137 de 600 a-c 2.0

Castlegrey Castle 207 be 599 a-c 2.0
Poseidon Harris-Moran 197 b-d 598 a-c 4.0
Eldorado Harrris-Moran 169 b-d 583 be Gold
Castle Verde Castle 176 b-d 548 be 5.0
Senator Asgrow 180 b-d 534 b-d 3.0


WZ
Chefini
Gold Rush
Golden Zucchini


Goldbar
Goldzini
Gold Slice


Harris-Moran
Petoseed
Burpee
Burpee


Petoseed
Petoseed
Petoseed


146 ed
151 b-d
80 ef
35 f


Yellow
147 be
162 ab
157 be


470 cd
468 ed
375 de
291 e


1.0
3.7
Gold
Gold


471 a
462 a
461 a


1.3
1.7
1.3







Table 4, replicated (cont.)


Marketable Yields
(bu/A)


Early


S


Curvaturew


Golden Girl Harris-Moran 150 bc 446 ab 1.7
Scottsdale Herbst 119 de 423 ab 2.0

Tara Harris-Moran 147 bc 417 a-c 4.0
Dixie Asgrow 149 bc 409 a-c 3.0
Cracker Petoseed 178 a 408 a-c 3.3
Castlegold Castle 137 cd 395 bc 1.3
Early Prolific SN Twilley 86 f 359 c 1.7

Crookette Niagara 110 e 302 d 4.0
Ingot Keystone 116 e 294 d 1.0
Castlepride Castle 114 e 278 d 3.0
Early Yellow Summer CN Twilley 71 f 245 d 3.3

ZHarvested by April 24, 1980.
Mean separation for each type of squash by Duncan's New Multiple Range Test, 5% level.
XRated from 1, white; to 5, dark green.

WRated from 1, straight; to 5, very curved.
Comments: Planted March 5, 1980 in single-row plots 24 ft long with hills 2 ft apart and rows 5 ft apart.
Fertilization: 800 lb/A 5-15-8 applied preplant and 650 lb/A 15-0-14 in 3 other applications
before flowering.


Cultivar


Source


Total









TABLE 5
SUMMER SQUASH, GREEN/YELLOW, REPLICATED
VARIETY TRIAL RESULTS-LEESBURG


Unit Reporting: Leesburg Agricultural Research & Education Center
Leader: G. W. Elmstrom
Planted: February 24, 1981
Harvested: April 15, 1981. Last of 15: May 15, 1981
Soil: Apopka fine sand


Marketable Yieldy
(bu/A)
Cultivar Source Earlyz Total Colorx Curvaturew Shape Smoothness
Green
Elite Harris-Moran 506 a 1023 a 2.3 fg 4.0 ab
Onyx Ferry-Morse 482 ab 934 ab 3.3 cd 3.0 c
NKX 3752 Northrup King 455 a-d 919 a-c 2.0 g 3.0 c
Green Magic (78-2202) Charter 463 a-c 914 a-c 3.0 de 4.3 a
NKX 3753 Northrup King 386 a-e 859 a-d 2.0 g 3.0 c
------------------ ------------- -----------------
Burpee Hybrid Burpee 408 a-e 846 a-d 2.7 ef 3.7 a-c
Senator Asgrow 404 a-e 844 a-d 2.0 g 3.3 bc
Neptune (CIAGB) Harris-Moran 320 ef 822 a-d 3.0 de 3.3 be
Green Bay Herbst 403 a-e 816 a-d 2.0 g 3.7 a-c
Poseidon Harris-Moran 351 c-e 802 b-e 3.0 de 4.3 a
------------------------- --- -----
Richgreen (Exp. Hyb. 68) Burpee 394 a-e 780 b-e 3.0 de 4.0 ab
Market King Keystone 368 b-e 762 b-e 3.7 be 4.3 a
Green Whopper Park 327 ef 759 b-e 4.0 b 4.0 ab
NKX 3751 Northrup King 334 e 755 b-e 3.7 be 3.7 a-c
Black Satin Twilley 327 ef 712 c-e 4.0 b 4.0 ab
---------------- --


Zuchlong
Black Magic
Golden Knight


Multipik (8 PC)
6912


342
352
220


Ferry-Morse
Charter
Northrup King


Harris-Moran
Harris-Moran


336
306


de
c-e
f


689
653
597


Yellow
793
691


4.0 b
4.7 a
Golden


3.7
4.3
1.0


a-c
a
d


4.3 ab
5.0 a


2.0 ed
2.0 ed






Table 5, replicated (cont.)


Marketable Yieldy
(bu/A)
z x w v u
Cultivar Source Earlyz Total Color Curvature Shapev Smoothness

NKX 3653 (SN) Northrup King 291 a-c 691 ab 2.3 c 4.0 be
Scottsdale Herbst 250 b-f 691 ab 2.0 ed 3.3 c-e
NKX 3651 (SN) Northrup King 281 a-e 688 ab 1.3 d 5.0 a
------~---------------------- -------
FMX 214 (SN) Ferry-Morse 278 a-e 630 be 2.0 ed 3.7 b-d
Hybrid 7764 Keystone 281 a-e 630 be 2.0 cd 4.0 be
Seneca Prolific Twilley 289 a-d 618 be 2.0 ed 4.7 a
Goldbar Twilley 264 a-f 616 be 2.0 ed 4.0 be
NKX 3656 (SN) Northrup King 281 a-e 613 be 3.0 b 4.0 be
-------- ------- ------- ------- ------- ------- ------- -------
Cracker Petoseed 234 b-f 605 be 4.3 a 4.3 ab
NKX 3655 (CN) Northrup King 233 b-f 601 be 3.3 b 5.0 a
Tara (1776) Harris-Moran 253 b-f 600 be 4.3 a 4.7 a
Dixie Asgrow 277 a-e 576 be 3.3 b 4.0 be
6908-2 (CN) Harris-Moran 208 e-g 513 ed 4.3 a 4.0 be
------------------- ---------------------------- ------------- -------
Moneymaker Keystone 222 c-g 489 c-e 4.3 a 4.7 a
Crookette (NCX 7000) Niagara 192 f-h 487 c-e 5.0 a 3.7 b-d
6908-1 (CN) Harris-Moran 216 d-g 487 c-e 4.3 a 4.7 a
Early Prolific SN Twilley 157 gh 435 de 2.0 ed 3.0 de
Smoothie Twilley 239 b-f 422 de 1.7 ed
S------------------ ------- ---------------------
Early Yellow Summer CN Twilley 126 h 359 e 4.7 a 2.7 e

ZHarvested by April 28, 1981.
Mean separation for each type of squash by Duncan's New Multiple Range Test, 5% level.
XRated from 1, light gray green; to 5, dark green.
Rated from 1, straight; to 5, very curved.
VRated from 1, poor; to 5, good.
uRated from 1, rough; to 5, very smooth.

Comments: Planted February 24, 1981 in single-row plots 25 ft long with hills 2.5 ft apart and rows 5 ft
apart. Fertilization: 800 lb/A 5-15-8 applied preplant and 650 lb/A 15-0-14 in 3 other
applications before flowering.










TABLE 6
SUMMR SQUASH, GREEN/YELLOW, REPLICATED
VARIETY TRIAL RESULTS-LEESBURG


Unit Reporting: Leesburg Agricultural Research & Education Center


Leader: G. W. Elmstroa
Planted: February 23, 1982
Harvested: April 8, 1982.
Harvested: April 8, 1982.
Soil: Apopka fine sand


Last of 16:
Last of 16:


May
May


5, 1982
6, 1982


(Green)
(Yellow)


Marketable Yieldy
(bu/A)
Cultivar Source Earlyz Total Colorx Cururvature Shapev Soothnessu

Green
Seneca Zucchini Robson 317 a 652 a 3.0 d-g 3.7 a-c
Green Magic Musser 286 ab 651 a 3.3 c-f 4.0 ab
Richgreen Burpee 277 a-c 647 a 3.0 d-g 4.0 ab
President Petoseed 250 b-e 600 ab 3.3 c-f 3.0 c
Eldorado Harris-Moran 156 h-1 586 a-c Yellow 3.0 c

Seneca Gourmet Robson 244 b-f 576 a-d 2.7 e-g 3.0 c
Elini Twilley 210 c-i 570 a-e 2.3 fg 3.7 a-c
Zucco Ferry-Morse 225 b-h 569 a-e 3.0 d-g 3.3 bc
Onyx Ferry-Morse 231 b-g 557 a-e 3.7 c-e 3.3 be
Elite Harris-Moran 260 a-d 551 a-e 3.0 d-g 3.3 bc

Hyb. A&C Imp. Abbott & Cobb 244 b-f 551 a-e 2.3 fg 3.3 be
Castlehy 4012 Castle 220 b-h 550 a-e 2.7 e-g 3.3 bc
Emperor Ferry-Morse 215 c-i 545 a-e 3.0 d-g 3.7 a-c
Classic Abbott & Cobb 209 c-i 541 a-f 2.7 e-g 4.3 a
Blackjack Petoseed 195 d-j 527 a-f 4.3 a-c 4.0 ab


Hyb. A&C
Black Satin


Abbott & Cobb
Twilley


231
162


b-g
g-1


525
522


a-g
a-g


2.7 e-g
4.0 b-d


3.0
3.7


c
a-C
a-c








Table 6, replicated (cont.)


Marketable Yieldy
(bu/A)

cultivar Source Earlyz Total Colorx Curvature Shape Smoothness

Continental Petoseed 193 d-k 517 a-g 2.0 gh 3.3 be
Greyzini Petoseed 209 c-i 517 a-g 1.3 h 2.0 d
Burpee Hybrid Burpee 205 d-i 513 a-g 3.0 d-g 3.0 c


Castlehy 4022
Poseidon
Zuchlong
Hyb. 81-2225
Green Whopper


Servane
Chefini.
Neptune
Genie
Dusk


Castle
Harris-Moran
Ferry-Morse
Musser
Park


SG
Petoseed
Harris-Moran
Harris-Moran
Asgrow


174
184
204
145
173


216
177
169
147
123


f-1
e-1
d-i
i-1
f-1


c-i
f-I
g-1
i-i
kl


510
506
505
497
486


480
469
449
435
429


a-g
a-g
a-g
a-g
b-g


b-g
b-g
b-g
c-g
d-g


4.0 b-d
3.3 c-f
5.0 a
Golden
4.3 a-c


3.3 c-f
3.0 d-g
3.3 c-f
2.7 e-g
3.7 c-e


Golden Knight
Black Magic
Black Eagle
Gold Rush
Peter Pan


Northrup King
Musser
Northrup King
Burpee
Petoseed


119
158
158
127
166


1
h-i
h-i
j-1
g-1


426
421
415
385
371


d-g
d-g
e-g
fg
g


Yellow
4.7 ab
4.3 a-c
Golden
Scallopini


2.0 d
4.0 ab
3.3 be
4.0 ab
Scallopini


Tara
Seneca Butterbar
Hyrific
Golden Eagle
Cracker


Harris-Moran
Robson
Ferry-Morse
Northrup King
Petoseed


151
137
117
127
132


Yellow
379
369
360
360
358


4.3 a
1.3 g
2.7 ed
2.5 c-e
3.7 ab


4.7 ab
4.0 a-d
3.7 b-d
4.0 a-d
4.3 a-c


_ __I,- --aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa a f l --LII


3.0
4.3
4.0
4.0
4.0


3.3
4.0
3.7
3.0
4.0


be
ab
a-c
c
ab


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Table 6, replicated (cont.)


Marketable Yieldy
(bulA)
Cultivar Source Early Total Colorx Curvature' Shapev Smoothness

Multipik Harris-Moran 136 344 1.7 e-g 4.3 a-c
6912 Harris-Moran 140 341 2.3 c-f 4.3 a-c
Lemondrop Asgrow 133 338 1.5 fg 4.0 a-d
NKX 3653 Northrup King 92 318 2.0 d-g 4.0 a-d
Golden Rebel Ferry-Morse 74 302 4.0 a 3.0 de

Sundance Petoseed 114 298 3.7 ab 4.3 a-c
81-2260 Musser 104 293 1.3 g 4.0 a-d
Daytona Northrup King 109 289 4.0 a 3.0 de
Dixie Asgrow 114 281 3.0 be 3.7 b-d
Scottsdale Herbst 61 256 1.7 e-g 3.7 b-d

Goldcrest Petoseed 114 249 1.5 fg 5.0 a
ESC Hollar 72 230 4.3 a 2.0 e
EPS Burrell 73 227 1.5 fg 3.5 cd
Castle Pride Castle 87 221 3.0 be 4.5 a-c
Moneymaker Keystone 74 211 3.7 ab 4.7 ab


ZHarvested by April 19,


1982.


YMean separation for each type of squash by Duncan's New Multiple Range Test, 5% level.
xRated from 1, light gray green; to 5, dark green.
WRated from 1, straight; to 5, very curved.
VRated from 1, poor; to 5, good.
uRated from 1, rough; to 5, very smooth.

Comments: Planted February 23, 1982 in single-row plots 25 ft long with hills 2.5 ft apart and rows 5 ft
apart. Fertilization: 800 lb/A 5-15-8 applied preplant and 650 Ib/A 15-0-14 in 3 other
applications before flowering.










TABLE 7
SUMMER SQUASH, GREEN/YELLOW, REPLICATED
VARIETY TRIAL RESULTS-LEESBURG


Unit Reporting: Leesburg Agricultural Research & Education Center
Leader: G. W. Elnstrom
Planted: March 2, 1984
Harvested: April 19, 1984. Last of 16: May 11, 1984 (Green)
Harvested: April 19, 1984. Last of 15: May 11, 1984 (Yellow)
Soil: Apopka fine sand


Marketable Yieldy
(bu/A)
Cultivar Source Earlyz Total Colorx Curvaturew Shapev Smoothnessu

Green

Elite Harris-Moran 335 a 719 a 3.3 be 3.3 be
Buccaneer Johnny's 314 ab 700 a 4.0 a 3.3 bc
Green Magic Musser 292 a-d 668 ab 4.0 a 4.0 ab
Burpee Hybrid Burpee 284 a-d 651 a-c 3.0 c 3.0 c
Milano Agway 275 a-e 643 a-c 3.3 be 3.3 be
Il~ m~- ----- -------- -- m-- m-
Senator Asgrow 282 a-e 641 a-c 3.0 c 3.3 be
President Petoseed 303 a-c 635 a-c 4.0 a 3.3 be
Seneca Zucchini Robson 282 a-e 633 a-c 3.0 c 3.3 be
Castlequeen Castle 268 a-e 627 a-c 4.3 a 4.3 a
Herald Asgrow 277 a-e 625 a-d 3.0 c 3.7 a-c

Seneca Gourmet Robson 245 a-f 599 a-e 2.7 c 3.0 c
Storr's Green Walton 208 d-h 527 b-f 3.0 c 3.7 a-c
Superzini Asgrow 233 b-f 515 b-f 1.7 d 2.0 d
Elini Twilley 208 d-h 515 b-f 3.0 c 3.0 c
XPH 1294 Asgrow 218 c-g 512 b-f 0.0 e 3.7 a-c
I- ~-ama~~ ----~I~~~IIIIII~ IYIILII- --


Poseidon
Trapper


Harris-Moran
Asgrow


202
206


d-h
d-h


488
465


c-f
d-f


3.7
3.7


4.0
4.0







Table 7, replicated (cont.)


Marketable Yieldy
(bu/A)
Cultivar Source Earlyz Total Colorx Curvature Shapev Smoothnessu

Fordhook Burpee 190 e-h 448 ef 4.0 a 3.3 bc
Baraqet Israel 164 f-h 442 ef 4.0 a 3.7 a-c
DEXP 179 ARCO 164 f-g 421 f 3.3 bc 3.0 c


Goldy
DEXP 178


Israel
ARCO


117 h
129 gh


368 f
366 f


Gold
3.3 bc


3.7 a-c
4.0 ab


Yellow
RXPY 797 Robson 180 ab 449 a 1.7 de 3.0 e
RXPY 790 Robson 168 a-c 444 a 3.0 c 3.0 e
NVH 3658 Northrup King 176 a-c 425 ab 3.3 bc 5.0 a
Enterprise Northrup King 162 a-c 404 a-c 2.0 d 5.0 a
83 S 230 Musser 180 ab 403 a-c 1.7 de 4.7 ab

Multipik Harris-Moran 187 a 400 a-c 2.0 d 4.7 ab
Goldbar Petoseed 149 a-c 385 a-d 1.7 de 4.7 ab
Seneca Butterbar Robson 156 a-c 365 a-e 1.0 e 4.3 a-c
Golden Girl Harris-Moran 145 a-d 344 a-f 2.0 d 4.7 ab
Cracker Petoseed 166 a-c 344 a-f 3.7 a-c 4.3 a-c

RXPY 784 Robson 138 a-e 344 a-f 3.0 c 3.3 de
Sunrise Northrup King 159 a-c 316 b-g 3.3 bc 4.3 a-c
Dixie Asgrow 135 a-e 289 c-g 3.3 bc 4.0 b-d
81-2282 Musser 118 a-e 289 c-g 4.0 ab 4.0 b-d
Lemondrop Asgrow 126 a-e 271 d-h 1.0 e 5.0 a


Early Prolific SN
83 S 237
Sunbeam


Burrell
Musser
ARCO


107 c-e
142 a-e
111 b-e


261 e-h .
259 e-h:
258 e-h


2.0 d
2.0 d
2.0 d


3.7 c-e
5.0 a
3.7 c-e









Table 7, replicated (cont.)


Marketable Yieldy
(bu/A)
Cultivar Source Earlyz Total Colorx Curvaturew Shapev Smoothness

Royal Knight Hollar 72 e 247 e-h 4.0 ab 4.0 b-d
Tara Harris-Moran 108 c-e 244 f-h 4.3 a 5.0 a
---------------------------------~-aee----- n --~ -
HXP 3710 Harris-Moran 107 c-e- 224 gh 3.3 be 4.3 a-c
XPH 1336 Asgrow 75 de 159 h 1.7 de 5.0 a


ZHarvested by April 28, 1984.
YMean separation for each type of squash by Duncan's New Multiple Range Test, 5% level.
XRated from 1, light gray green; to 5, dark green.
WRated from 1, straight; to 5, very curved.
VRated from 1, poor; to 5, good.

URated from 1, rough; to 5, very smooth.
Comments: Planted March 2, 1984 in single-row plots 25 ft long with hills 2.5 ft apart and rows 5 ft
apart. Fertilization: 800 lb/A 5-15-8 applied preplant and 650 lb/A 15-0-14 in 3 other
applications before flowering.









TABLE 8
SUMMER SQUASH, GREEN/YELLOW, OBSERVATIONAL
VARIETY TRIAL RESULTS-LEESBURG


Unit Reporting: Leesburg Agricultural Research & Education Center
Leader: G. W. Elustron
Planted: March 2, 1984
Harvested: April 19, 1984. Last of 16: May 11, 1984 (Green)
Harvested: April 19, 1984. Last of 15: May 11, 1984 (Yellow)
Soil: Apopka fine sand


Marketable Yield
(bu/A)

Cultivar Source Earlyz Total Colory Curvaturex Shapew Smoothnessv

Green

Emperor Kilgore 413 816 4.0 3.0
PSR 2981 Petoseed 331 757 3.0 3.0
BUX #5-71 Burpee 334 727 Gold 4.0
NVH 3752 Northrtip King 296 697 4.0 4.0
RS 79189 Roya Sluis 321 696 3.0 2.0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
83-5204 Musser 284 691 mixed 4.0
RXPG 79S Robson 305 687 3.0 4.0
NVH 3761 Northrup King 284 653 4.0 3.0
RXPG 788 Robson 299 625 4.0 3.0
HXP 2703 Harris-Moran 260 620 4.0 4.0
-------------a- ------------------ -----a- ---
HXP 2702 Harris-Moran 260 619 4.0 3.0
PSR 682 Petoseed 268 597 3.0 3.0
81-398 Nickerson-Zwaan 227 592 4.0 4.0
NVH 3753 Northrup King 258 557 3.0 2.0
HXP 2701 Harris-Moran 280 542 Gold 3.0
---------------aa----------


PSR 882 Petoseed
RXPG 796 Robson


199
249


536
518


5.0
2.0


4.0
1.0







Table 8, observational (cont.)


Marketable Yield
(bu/A)
Cultivar Source Earlyz Total Colory Curvaturex Shape" Smoothnessv

PSR 382 Petoseed 129 517 4.0 3.0
PSR 782 Petoseed 166 514 4.0 3.0
RXPG 789 Petoseed 254 501 4.0 4.0


Yellow

Confederate Gold 132 Kilgore 132 391 4.0 4.0
PSR 679 Petoseed 170 366 3.0 4.0
Smoothie Twilley 171 332 2.0 5.0
Pic-N-Pic Burpee 127 250 4.0 5.0

ZHarvested by April 28, 1984.

Rated from 1, light gray green; to 5, dark green.
XRated from 1, straight; to 5, very curved.
WRated from 1, poor; to 5, good.
Rated from 1, rough; to 5, very smooth.
Comments: Planted March 2, 1984 in single-row plots 25 ft long with hills 2.5 ft apart and rows 5 ft
apart. Fertilization: 800 lb/A 5-15-8 applied preplant and 650 lb/A 15-0-14 in 3 other
applications before flowering.









TABLE 9
SUMMER SQUASH, GREEN
VARIETY TRIAL RESULTS-LEESBURG


Unit Reporting: Leesburg Agricultural Research & Education Center
Leader: G. W. Elustron
Planted: March 4, 1985
Harvested: April 19, 1985. Last of 14: May 17, 1985
Soil: Apopka fine sand


Marketable Yield
Mildew Resistancezy (bu/A)
Cultivar Source Downy Powdery Earlyx Total Color' Shapev

Replicated

Seneca Zucchini Robson 3.3 a-d 2.0 a 418 ab 1037 a 3.3 d-f 2.7 d
Storr's Green Abbott & Cobb 4.7 a 2.3 a 447 a 1018 ab 3.7 c-e 4.3 a
Seneca Gourmet Robson 2.7 b-e 1.7 ab 429 a 1003 ab 3.0 ef 3.3 b-d
PSX 2981 Petoseed 1.3 e 1.0 b 405 ab 949 a-c 2.7 f 4.0 ab
Elite Harris-Moran 4.0 ab 2.0 a 398 a-c 946 a-c 3.3 d-f 4.3 a
--------------------------
Milano Agway 2.7 b-e 1.7 ab 414 ab 929 a-d 3.0 ef 3.7 a-c
Blackjack Petoseed 2.0 c-e 1.0 b 361 a-c 864 a-e 5.0 a 3.3 b-d
Burpee Burpee 3.3 a-d 2.3 a 431 a 863 a-e 3.0 ef 4.3 a
Senator Asgrow 3.0 a-e 2.0 a 329 a-d 831 a-f 2.7 f 3.7 a-c
President Petoseed 3.0 a-e 1.7 ab 357 a-c 823 b-f 4.0 b-d 4.0 ab

Emperor Ferry-Morse 3.3 a-d 2.0 a 358 a-c 786 c-g 3.3 d-f 3.3 b-d
Green Magic Musser 2.7 b-e 1.0 b 328 a-d 786 c-g 5.0 a 3.3 b-d
Elini Twilley 3.3 a-d 2.3 a 279 c-e 775 c-g 3.0 ef 4.0 ab
PSX 982 Petoseed 3.0 a-e 2.0 a 229 d-f 774 c-g 4.3 a-c 3.3 b-d
Buccaneer Johnny's 2.3 b-e 2.0 a 297 b-e 748 c-h 4.3 a-c 3.7 a-c

Sunburst Twilley 1.3 e 1.0 b 279 c-e 733 d-h Gold Scallop
PSR 1082 Petoseed 2.3 b-e 1.7 ab 237 de 703 e-h 5.0 a 4.0 ab
Castlequeen Castle 3.3 a-d 2.0 a 222 d-f 621 f-i 4.7 ab 3.3 b-d
Rocky Gold Hollar 3.7 a-c 2.0 a 178 ef 610 g-i Gold 4.3 a
Gold Rush Petoseed 2.7 b-e 2.0 a 218 d-f 546 hi Gold 4.0 ab







Table 9, replicated/observational (cont.)


Marketable Yield
Mildew ResistanceZ'y (bu/A)
Cultivar Source Downy Powdery Earlyx Total Color Shapev


Jackpot Hollar 1.7 de 1.0 b 129 fg 485 1 3.7 c-e 3.7 a-c
Goldy Israel 3.0 a-e 2.0 a 68 g 466 i Gold 3.0 cd

Observational

XPH 1428 Asgrow 3.0 2.0 438 1018 4.0 3.0
RXPG 800 Robson 3.0 1.0 336 839 2.0 4.0
RXPG 788 Robson 4.0 2.0 260 810 3.0 3.0
RXPG 795 Robson 3.0 2.0 279 802 2.0 4.0
RXPG 801 Robson 3.0 1.0 278 768 2.0 3.0
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
RXPG 799 Robson 3.0 2.0 204 713 4.0 4.0
PSR 782 Petoseed 3.0 2.0 197 569 3.0 2.0
83 S 204 Musser 3.0 2.0 255 541 3.0 3.0
G-16 Leesburg AREC 3.0 4.0 74 492 3.0 3.0
AVX 2641 Sunseeds 3.0 2.0 152 279 3.0 3.0


zMean separation by Duncan's New Multiple Range Test,

Rated from 1, least resistant; to 5, most resistant.
XHarvested by April 30, 1985.

WRated from 1, light gray green; to 5, dark green.
Rated from 1, poor; to 5, good.


5% level.


Comments: Planted March 4, 1985 in single-row plots 25 ft long with hills 2.5 ft apart and rows 5 ft
apart. Fertilization: 800 lb/A 5-15-8 applied preplant and 650 lb/A 15-0-14 in 3 other
applications before flowering.


4 '









TABLE 10
SUMMER SQUASH, YELLOW
VARIETY TRIAL RESULTS-LEESBURG


Unit Reporting: Leesburg Agricultural Research & Education Center
Leader: G. W. Elmstrom
Planted: March 4, 1985
Harvested: April 17, 1985. Last of 15: May 17, 1985
Soil: Apopka fine sand


Marketable Yield
Mildew Resistancezy (bu/A)
x w v
Cultivar Source Down_ Powdery Early Total Curvature Smoothness

Replicated

Butterstick Burpee 1.7 b 1.7 b 367 a 962 a 1.0 f 3.7 a
Seneca Butterbar Robson 1.7 b 1.3 b 311 a-c 773 b 1.7 ef 3.3 a
NVH 3658 Northrup King 1.7 b 1.7 b 331 ab 722 bc 3.0 bc 4.0 a
RXPY 797 Robson 1.3 b 2.0 b 321 ab 705 b-d 1.7 ef 3.3 a
Yellow Magic Musser 1.3 b 1.3 b 284 a-c 673 b-e 2.0 de 3.3 a
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
XPH 1457 Asgrow 1.0 b 1.7 b 317 a-c 662 b-e 2.7 cd 5.0 a
XPH 1468 Asgrow 1.7 b 1.3 b 310 a-c 643 b-e 3.0 bc 3.3 a
Goldie Petoseed 2.0 b 1.3 b 272 a-c 642 b-e 2.7 cd 3.0 a
Dixie Asgrow 1.3 b 2.0 b 297 a-c 622 b-e 3.3 bc 4.0 a
Lemondrop Asgrow 1.7 b 1.7 b 278 a-c 602 b-e 1.0 f 3.7 a
------------------------------------------------------------ ------- ---------------------
Multipik Harris-Moran 2.0 b 1.7 b 267 a-c 596 c-e 1.7 ef 5.0 a
Confederate Gold Kilgore 1.3 b 1.7 b 212 c 569 c-e 3.3 bc 4.0 a
Cracker Petoseed 1.3 b 1.7 b 273 a-c 545 c-e 3.3 bc 3.7 a
Crescent Musser 1.7 b 1.3 b 240 bc 539 de 3.7 b 3.0 a
Tara Harris-Moran 1.3 b 1.7 b 273 a-c 515 ef 4.7 a 5.0 a
1-9 Leesburg AREC 3.3 a 5.0 a 15 d 374 f 1.0 f 3.7 a
1-9 Leesburg AREC 3.3 a 5.0 a 15 d 374 f 1.0 f 3.7 a







Table 10, replicated/observational (cont.)


Marketable Yield
Mildew Resistancezy (bu/A)

Cultivar Source Downy Powdery Earlyx Total Curvature" Smoothness
Observational

RXPY 790 Robson 2 2 302 676 3 2
HXP 3713 Harris-Moran 1 1 318 671 4 4
FMX 359 Ferry-Morse 2 2 211 635 3 5
83 S 230 Musser 1 1 311 633 2 5
HSR 111 Hollar 2 2 293 628 2 4
----------------------------------------- -------------- -------------- -------------
HSR 112 Hollar 1 2 281 599 3 5
RXPY 787 Robson 1 3 323 597 3 3
83 S 237 Musser 1 1 332 586 1 5
PSR 5883 Petoseed 1 5 243 560 2 5
PSR 7483 Petoseed 2 5 250 546 2 5
- ---- ------------------------------------------ ------- ------------------- -------------- --
Enterprise Northrup King 1 2 206 497 2 5
HXP 3709 Harris-Moran 1 1 235 493 4 5
HXP 3714 Harris-Moran 2 2 236 487 3 5
PSR 6383 Petoseed 2 5 181 456 1 5
HXP 3710 Harris-Moran 3 2 191 450 4 5
FMX 358 Ferry-Morse 1 1 194 425 2 4
FMX 358 Ferry-Morse 1 1 194 425 2 4


ZMean separation by Duncan's New Multiple Range Test,


5% level.


YRated from 1, least resistant; to 5, most resistant.
XHarvested by April 30, 1985.
WRated from 1, straight; to 5, very curved.
Rated from 1, rough; to 5, very smooth.
Comments: Planted March 4, 1985 in single-row plots 25 ft long with hills 2.5 ft apart and rows 5 ft
apart. Fertilization: 800 lb/A 5-15-8 applied preplant and 650 Ib/A 15-0-14 in 3 other
applications before flowering. .









TABLE 11
SEED SOURCES


Abbreviation

Abbott & CobbI


Agway



AL AES


4-- .


ARCO


Leesburg AREC


Address


Abbott & Cobb, Inc.
P.O. Box 307
Feasterville, PA 19047

Agway, Inc.
P.O. Box 4741
Syracuse, NY 13221

J. D. Norton
Department of Horticulture
Auburn University
Auburn, AL 36830


ARCO Seed Co.
P.O. Box 181
El Centro, CA 92244


J. M. Crall (watermelon)
G. W. Elmstrom (cantaloupe,
Leesburg AREC squash)
P.O. Box 388
Leesburg, FL 32749


Abbreviation


Castle


Ferry-Morse



Harris-Moran


Hollar


Israel


Address


A. L. Castle Seeds, Inc.
P.O. Box 877
Morgan Hill, CA 95037

Ferry-Morse Seed Co.
P.O. Box 7274
Mountain View, CA 94039

Harris Moran Seed Co.
3670 Buffalo Rd.
Rochester, NY 14624


Hollar and Company, Inc.
P.O. Box 106
Rocky Ford, CO 81067

Harry S. Paris
Department of Vegetable Crops
A. R. O., Regional Expt. Sta.
Newe-Ya'ar, Israel


Asgrow



Burpee


Burrell


Asgrow Seed Co.
7000 Portage Rd.
Kalamazoo, MI 49001

W. Atlee Burpee Co.
300 Park Avenue
Warminster, PA 18991


D. V. Burrell Seed Growers Co.
P.O. Box 150
Rocky Ford, CO 81067


Johnny's



Kilgore


LA AES


Johnny's Selected Seeds
Albion, ME 04910


Kilgore Seed Co.
1400 West First Street
Sanford, FL 32771

C. E. Johnson
North La. Expt. Sta.
P.O. Box 10
Calhoun, LA 71225









Table 11, seed sources (cont.)


Abbreviation


Address


Abbreviation


Address


Husser


Nickerson-Zwaan


Northrup King


Petoseed


Robson


Sakata


Musser Seed Co., Inc.
P.O. Box 1406
Twin Falls, ID 83301


Nickerson-Zwaan
P.O. Box 19
2990 AA Barendrecht
The Netherlands

Northrup King Co.
Vegetable Seed Group
P.O. Box 1827
Gilroy, CA 95023

Mr. Bruce Price
Sugarcreek Melons
RR 1
Lookeba, OK 73053

Petoseed Co.
P.O. Box 4206
Saticoy, CA 93003

Robson Seed Farms
1 Seneca Circle
Hall, NY 14463

T. Sakata and Co.
C. P. 0. Box Yokohama
Yokohama, Japan 220-91


SC AES


Sunseeds


TX AES


Twilley


Willhite


C. E. Thomas
U.S. Vegetable Lab.
2875 Savannah Highway
Charleston, SC 29407


Sunseeds
9531 West 78th Street, #229
Eden Prairie, MN 55344


Mr. E. L. Cox
Texas Agr. Expt. Sta.
2415 E. Hwy. 83
Weslaco, TX 78596

Twilley Seed Co.
P.O. Box 65
Trevose, PA 19047


Willhite Seed Co.
P.O. Box 23
Poolville, TX 76076









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