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Title: Horticultural trials with celery varieties.
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Creator: Burdine, Howard W.
Publisher: Everglades Experiment Station.
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Publication Date: 1956-1957
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HORTICULTURAL TRIALS WITH CELERY VARIETIES
WINTER AND SPRING 1956-57

by
Howard W. Burdine


Performance of celery varieties and certain
promising breeding lines in observational
and replicated trials during the 1956-57
winter aid spring season is summarized and
presented in tabular form.




EVERGLADES STATION MIMEO REPORT 58-5

-Belle Glade, Florida


November 4, 1957


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Everglades Station Mimeo Report 58-5


TRIALS WITH CELERY VARIETIES, 1956-57

Howard W. Burdine 2'

Four variety trials with celery were planted during the 1956-57 season, but
only three were harvested. One heavy rain January 19, amounting to more than
six inches completely ruined one set of trials, and did extensive damage to
celery grown over the entire area. An early 1957 rainy season beginning in latter
March that increased in frequency and intensity as the spring progressed resulted
in great damage by early blight (Cercospora apii, Fres.) to the late trials.
This was especially true with the Utah types, as all trials were under regular
5-day summer pascal spray programs,

How The Trials Were Conducted:

All trials were grown on the farms of grower-cooperators ./under conditions
which these growers were using to grow their own commercial crops of the summer
pascal type. Fertilization, cultivation and spraying for disease and insect
control was done by the growers. Soil type in all cases was well matured Ever-
glades peat,

In these trials two stages of our three stage Variety Trial program were
conducted, the observational stage and the replicated stage.

The observational stage for most crops in our variety trial program is unrep-
licated, consisting of single row plots. However in celery, two replications
were used one block for large plants in a variety and one for small plants. In
this stage no statistical analysis is made, and values given in tables are means
or totals as indicated in the table headings. The objective in this stage is to
screen out varieties which seem to have little promise for the area.

The replicated stage included varieties currently being grown in the area
as well as new varieties that have shown some promise from previous replicated
or observational trials. In all trials six replications were planted in rando-
mized block designs.

Plot Size and Plant Numbers:

In all experiments reported here plants were spaced 7 inches apart in 24-
inch rows. Plots as planted consisted of single rows 35 feet long, each con-
taining 60 plants. As harvested plot size consisted of 30 feet of row, perfect'
stand at harvest would consist of 51 plants. However, perfect stand at harvest
was seldom achieved, and the data was not adjusted for stand,


J/ Assistant Horticulturist, Everglades Experiment Station, Belle Glade, Florida
2/ We are indebted to A. Duda and Sons, Wedgworth Inc., and A. J. Sullivan on
whose farms these trials were grown, and without their excellent cooperation
the scope of these trials would have been greatly reduced.


November 4, 1957









Types of Pascal Celery Used:


A. Sumner Pascal Types
Waltham S. Pascal
Florida Green Pascal
P.P. Volanti Summer Pasc,
Improved Pascal
Pascal #187
25;9-19
Summer Pascal 375C
B. Utah Types
52-70
52-70H
10B
16-11
Ten grand
Top Ten
15>
Utah Pascal 76L
Utah
Utah Jumbo
C. E.E.S, Breeding Lines
E.E.S. 56-136
E,E.S. 56-148a
E.E.S. 56-148b
E.E.S. 56-148c


Trial Stage


Rep.
Rep,
Rep.
Rep.
Rep.
Rep.
Obs.

Rep.
Rep.
Rep.
Rep.
Rep.

Obs, & Rep.
Obs.
Obs. & Rep,
Obs.


Lot No.


18,164
D117.2
635


C3513


13,540
20,372
15,333
37,125
L2,754

18,010


5025


Rep.
Rep.
Rep.
Rep.


Seedsman


Ferry Morse
Kilgore
P.P. Volanti Company
Abbott & Cobb
Abbott & Cobb
Ferry Morse
Abbott & Cobb

Ferry Morse
Ferry Morse
Ferry Morse
Asgrow
F. H. Woodruff & Sons
F. H. Woodruff & Sons
Ferry Morse
Abbott & Cobb
Ferry Morse
Gill Bro's


Everglades
Everglades
Everglades
Everglades


Expt,
Expt,
Expt.
Expt.


Sta,
Sta,
Sta.
Sta.


Results:


Results from replicated trials are given in Tables I, IIT and V.
from observational trials are given in Tables II, IV, and VI.


Results


It will be noted that differences in estimated optimum maturity as given
differ considerably between varieties and types. This estimate of optimum
maturity was made by the grower and the author of this mimeograph. It was
necessary that all plots be harvested together so a more or less mean maturity
date was chosen for the entire plot. It was felt in general that most of the
summer pascals were over mature and some of the larger growing Utah varieties
were under mature.

Another question is why estimated yield in crates per acre of one variety
does not always have the same rank as weight values. Estimated yield in crates
per acre is based on plant size in terms of 2 dozen, 2 dozen, 3 dozen, etc.,
plants per standard wire bound Howard crate as graded by a professional grader-
sorter furnished by the grower, and there probably is some human error here.
However, differences in growth habit of the variety, such as the open flair type
of growth of summer pascals to the more or less compact type of growth exhibited
by the various Utah as well as petiole size of a variety may affect this relation.


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Explanation of Tables I thru VI, Headings Marked 1 thru 18
(1) Sources EM Ferry Morse Seed Company; Kil = Kilgore Seed Company; P.P.V.*
P.P. Volla e Company; Asg. Associated Seed Growers; A & C = Abbott & Cobb Seed
Company; PHW F.H, Woodruff & Sons; Gill Gill Bros. Seed Company; E,E.S, .
Everglades Experiment Station,
(2) Early Blight (Cercospora a ii, Fres)s Severity of early blight rated on a
0 (No observed lesins) to 5 ery severe). Figures in Tables I, III, V are
means of six replications except where noted, and means of two replications in
Tables II, IV and VI,

(3) Plant Height Mean plant height in inches of 10 plants per replication
measured from soil level in the row to the top of tallest leaf of the plant,
Values are means of 60 plants in Tables I, III and V, and 20 plants in Tables
II, IV and VI.

(4) Petiole Length to First Node: Mean length per plant in inches of one rep-
resenative outer petiole per plant from 10 plants per replication or a total of
60 plants in Tables I, III and V, a total of 20 plants in Tables II, IV and VI,
Measurements were taken from the base of the petiole to the first node.

(5) Pithiness rating: An overall estimate of pithiness at the base of the petiole
and a the ist node in each replication made from 5-6 plants per plot, Figures
are mean pithiness ratings. Scale 1 no pithiness to 8 very severe pithiness,
(6) Percent of plants cracked at Nodes Based on number of plants exhibiting
node cracking after normal Leld trimming from the entire population,

(7) Mean severity of Node Crackings Rated on 1 8 scale, 1 w no cracking, 8 -
very severe cracking.
(8) No outer Petiole All outer petiole remaining after field trimming long
enoug"to be cuTt at 16 inches topping. Value are plant means based on number
cut petioles of ten randomly selected plants per replication.
(9) No heart petioles0 All inner petiole not long enough to be cut with 16-
inch ripping, Values are plant means from 10 plants per replication,
(10) Number of Marketable Plantst Number of plants marketable ranging in size
from Vro dozen per crate to ten dozen per crate as graded by a grader and sorter
furnished by grower,
(11) Yield in Pounds Weight of field trimmed marketable celery,
(12-16) Estimated yield in crates per acre of 2-dozen, 21-dozen, 3-dozen, 4-
dozen and 6.10 dozen sizes, Plants were sorted and graded by a grader-sorter
furnished by the grower,

(17) Estimated Maturity Number of days from estimated optimum maturity,
Minus'Is, less than optimum maturity, plus (+) more than optimum maturity,
This data is not included in Tables V and VI,







Table I 1956-57 Celery Replicated Variety Trial No. 1.
92-93 days from setting in field to harvest.


Seedbeds Sown July 3, 1956. Plants Set in Field
September 21, 1956. Harvested December 21-22,1956.


C Plant Characteristics Yield Data _
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Waltham S. Pascal FM 1.0 24.1 8.5 6.5 17.9 5 7.0 2.5 293 141.6 136,1 455.9 272.3 100.8 257.1 1000.8 +7
Fla. Green Pascal Kil 1.1 23.8 8.7 5.0 52.3 5 7.0 2.4 291 W48.0 226.9 298.5 275.6 146.2 242.1 9876 +3
PPVS Pascal PPV 1.0 24.6 9.0 5.5 33.6 5 7.4 2.3 301 499.6 216.8 475.9 322.7 80.7 83.2 1110.0 +7
Utah 52-70 FM 2.3 27.8 9.7 2.2 29.0 3 8.2 2.8 298 498.1 231.9 383.2 312.6 123.5 113.5 1070.1 -10
Utah 52-70H FM 2.1 29.4 10.5 1.7 28.0 3 9.3 2.8 295 496.9 332.8 471.9 242.0 90.7 30.2 1142.4 -14
Utah 10B FM 2.8 24.4 8.9 2.7 3.4 2 8.4 3.2 276 383.1 171.4 383.2 215.1 100.8 332.8 926.0 0
Utah 16-11 Asg 2.6 27.0 9.5 2.3 5.9 2 10.3 3.1 300 472.2 363.0 387.2 221.8 103.4 189.1 1106.9 -7
Utah Ten grand FHW 2.9 25.8 8.9 2.7 2.3 2 9.2 3.3 284 370.8 216,8 322.7 242.0 148.7 226.9 968.0 0
Utah Top Ten FHW 2.6 25.3 8.9 2.7 8.7 2 9.1 3.1 265 384.1 171. 379.1 268.9 100.8 128.6 941.6 0
Improved Pascal A&C 1.3 24.0 8.8 5.8 37.5 4 7.4 2.3 289 427.3 60,5 282.3 339.3 141.2 378.2 886.3 +5
S. Pascal #187 A&C 1.0 22.6 8.4 5.3 57.5 5 6.9 2.4 289 457.4 146.2 471.9 258.7 123.5 128.6 1021.7 +7
S. Pascal 259-19 FI 1.0 24.7 9.0 5.2 39.8 4 6.6 2.2 296 481.6 181.5 419.4 329.4 78.2 204.1 1042.5 +5
E.E.S. 136 EES 0.5 22.2 8.6 3.2 67.6 7 9.7 2.9 297 506.4 509.3 350.9 154.6 80.7 234.1 1134.6 +2
E.E.S. 148a EES 0.5 23.1 9.0 3.8 65.0 7 8.7 3.1 291 499.5 358.0 419.5 238.6 80.7 98.5 1113.2 +2
E.E.S. 148b EES 0.5 23.4 8.9 3.7 65.2 7 L0.2 2.9 298 482.2 389.4 1443.7 215.1 90.8 83.2 1152.9 +2
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Standard error
LSD: .05 level
.01 level


22.3
63.0
83.4


lbs.
Ibs.
Ibs.


41.75
117.75
156.36


crates
crates
crates











Table II 1956-57 Celery Observational Variety Trial No. 1
98 days from setting in field to harvest.


Plant Characteristics


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Harvested December 27, 1956


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Utah Pascal 764 A&C 2.8 21.3 7.8 5.0 12.1 3.0 9.7 4.2 91 128.4 75.6 229.9 h4436 136.1 18.9 904.1 0

Utah FI 3.5 22.5 7.1 5,0 13.0 4,0 7.9 3.0 89 129.2 120,9 266.2 302.5 173.9 22,7 886.2 0

S. Pascal 375C A&C 1.0 23.9 8.2 7.5 18.0 ,.0 7.0 2.7 93 160.4 151.2 471.9 312.6 90.7 3.8 1030 +7

Utah Jumbo Gill 3.5 24.4 7.5 6.5 24.8 4.0 10.6 3.1 97 119.9 242.0 399.3 342.8 90.7 7.5 1082.3 +3


VARIETY









Table III


1956-57 Replicated Celery Variety Trial No. 2
90-91 days from setting in field to harvest.


Seedbeds Sown August 2, 1956
Plants set in Field October 22, 1956
Harvested January 20-21, 1957


VARIETY


Waltham S. Pascal
Fla. Green Pascal
PPVS Pascal
Utah 52-70
Utah 52-70H
Utah 10B
Utah 16-11
Utah Ten grand
Utah Top Ten
Improved Pascal
Pascal #187
S. Pascal 259-19
EES 136
EES 14t8a
EES 148b
EES 148c


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25.6
25.3
28.5
28.3
26.6
26,9
26.1
26.2
25.7
214.9
25.8
25.0
25.2
24.1
25.6


8.E
8.5
9.5
10.2
8.9
9.5
9.C
9.C
9.3
8.8
9.3
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10.0
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10.2


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6.8
6.8
i.51
h.2
4.5
3.8
4.3
4.0
6.7
7.7
7.5
4.2
4.0
14.0
4.0


31.1
25.5
25.5
19.2
22.1
12.0
11,0
7.3
3.6
20.4
29,6
29.0
4l.3
29.4
28.8
54.9


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5.0
4.5
2.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
5.5
5.5
7.0
6.5
6.5
7.5


8.6
8.2
7.8
10.5
10.0
10.5
11.8
11.2
10.3
8.2
8.0
7.8
9.8
9.8
9.8
10.5


4.3
1.0
4.1
5.0
4.9
l.9
4.7
5.6
5.2
14.5
4.3
3.8
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5.5
5.6


285
288
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268
257
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72.3
76.7*9
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79.0
68.0*e
75.7
65.2
81.2
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76.9
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78.8


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191.6 4163.8 191.6
196.7 383.2 386.5
121.0 295.2 302.5
231.9 367.0 275.6
292.4 266.2 218.7
181.3 251.7 306.5
373.1 318.6 168.1
161.( 338.8 215.4
307.6 350.9 295.8
139.2 479.5 282.1
131.1 363.0 316.2
115.9 375.1 188.2
223.9 L)j1.4 310.6
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151.3
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108.9
88.3
123.51
95.8
111.9
98.3
176.5
84.7
90.81
205.7
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1058.8
918.4
988.0
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965.7
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9.2
18.4
20.2
38.7
22.2
17.6
32.8
18.5
19.1
26.5
40.8
29.2
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25.2
29.9


L4.0
125.1
166.2


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Table IV 1956-57 Observational Celery Variety Trial No. 2
92 days from setting plants in field to harvest.


Seedbeds Sown August 2, 1956
plants set in field October 22, 1956
Harvested January 21, 1957


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Utah FM 3.0 8.1 1.5 9.6 th,5 91 67.2 347.9 411.4 152,3 68.1 49.2 1028,7 -0

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Table V 1956-57 Celery Variety Replicated Trial No. 4
66 days from setting in field to harvest.


Seedbeds sown November 7, 1956.
Plants set February 13, 1957
Harvested May 15-16, 1957


VARIETY


Waltham Summer Pascal
Fla. Green Pascal
PPV Summer Pascal
Utah 52-70
Utah 52-70H
Utah 10B
Utah 16-11
Utah Ten Grand
Utah Top Ten
Pascal No. 187
S. Pascal 259-19
EES 136
EES 148a
EES 148b
EES 148c
Utah


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21.8
21.4
26.2
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22.8
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22.1
22.3
21,4
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21.3
21.4
22.2
21.7
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7.9
7.9
9.1
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8.6
7.9
8.3
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8.6
8.6
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4.5
5.9
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3.4
3.4
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5.0
4.5
5.5
4.8
5.3
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6.2
6.6
6.3
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3.4
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2.2
2.8
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3.1
3.6
3.3


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286
289
294
275
264
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247
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259
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284
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261
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39.5
37.8
44.6
34.3
23.7
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86 days from setting plants to harvest.


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