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Processing Tomato Cultivar Trials Research Report 2004

Show simple item record Loewen, S.A. 2009-06-16T16:03:09Z 2009-06-16T16:03:09Z 2004-11
dc.description The following pages represent a summary of the results from the 2004 processing tomato cultivar evaluation trials. One of the main goals of this project has been to evaluate performance of cultivars over a range of soil types and microclimates. The results have been summarized to show average performance over all sites, as well as performance at each site separately. The reader will find results from both the field performance (ie. yield trials), fruit characteristics (including size, uniformity, firmness and others), processing performance (ie. peeling trials) and juice quality characteristics in order to provide a more complete picture of a cultivar's suitability for the industry. en
dc.description.sponsorship Ontario Tomato Research Institute, Kraft Canada Limited: Dresden, H.J. Heinz Company of Canada: Leamington, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, Greenhouse and Processing Crops Research Centre: Harrow, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, Pest Management Research Centre: London, Heinz Seed, Tomato Solutions Inc., Gem Seeds, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food, University of Guelph en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Ridgetown College, University of Guelph en
dc.subject lycopersicon esculentum en
dc.subject tomato en
dc.subject cultivar en
dc.subject variety trial en
dc.subject processing en
dc.subject quality en
dc.subject solids en
dc.subject yield en
dc.subject maturity en
dc.title Processing Tomato Cultivar Trials Research Report 2004 en
dc.type Technical Report en
dc.contributor.affiliation Ridgetown College, University of Guelph

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