New pepper varieties
AuthorsL. F. Lippert
Paul G. Smith
Bernarr J. Hall
Archie H. Millett
M. O. Hall
Authors AffiliationsL. F. Lippert is Associate Olericulturist, Riverside; Paul G. Smith is Professor, Davis, Department of Vegetable Crops, University of California; Bernarr J. Hall is Farm Advisor, Sun Diego county; Archie H. Millett is Laboratory Technician II, U. C. Davis; M. O. Hall is Laboratory Technician IV, U. C. Riverside.
Hilgardia 21(12):10-10. DOI:10.3733/ca.v021n12p10. December 1967.
The tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) has long been a serious problem to growers of fresh market peppers. In order to reduce these losses, a new TMV-resistant wax (yellow) variety named Caloro and two TMV-resistant strains of California (Anaheim) Chili, 57M30 and 57M75, for green chili use have been released.
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Nitrogen fertilization for Bartlett pears
Growth retardant tests on potted poinsettias
Weed control studies in strawberries
Bacterial blight eliminated from California cotton gins
Pea gravel envelopes for tile drains in Coachella Valley
Steam pressure processing of milo for growing-finishing pigs
The phloem of the sweet orange tree trunk and the seasonal production of xylem and phloem