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2004 Large-Fruited Tomato Late Trial

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Fresh Market Tomato Breeding Program

Dilip R. Panthee, Ph.D., Tomato Breeder and Assistant Professor. Horticultural Science
Randolph G. Gardner, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus

2004 Large-Fruited Tomato Late Trial
Mountain Horticultural Crops Research Station (MHCRS), Fletcher, NC
Total Yield Data Means
Treatment 25 lb. B/A
Total Yield
25 lb. B/A
Combo Yield
Percent
Combin-ation
Ounces /
Fruit
Percent
Jumbo
Percent
Ex. Lrg.
Percent Large Percent Medium
Mtn. Spring 1 3282 1912 58 10.4 30 44 23 3
Mtn. Fresh 2 3653 2525 69 10.7 42 30 25 3
Mt. Crest 3 4047 2702 67 8.9 21 32 32 15
FLA 47 4 3753 2285 61 10.3 24 47 27 2
Amelia 5 3778 2504 66 10.3 30 45 21 5
BHN 640 6 3812 2621 69 9.0 12 36 43 9
Floralina 7 3336 1845 55 9.3 16 35 39 10
NC0227 8 3375 1565 46 9.4 15 44 32 8
NC0236 9 4217 3072 73 9.0 22 30 34 14
NC0256 10 3692 2557 69 10.5 42 27 25 6
NC0377 11 3899 2645 68 9.5 23 34 35 8
NC0392 12 3235 1760 54 9.6 19 42 33 7
NC03289 13 3796 2666 70 8.7 15 43 31 11
NC03263 14 3514 2556 73 8.9 12 35 40 12
NC03154 15 3735 2178 58 7.6 1 26 47 25
NC0321 16 3279 2330 71 8.9 16 33 37 13
NC0357 17 4105 2946 72 9.7 25 37 30 8
NC0367 18 3763 2225 59 10.0 26 43 25 5
NC0437 19 3545 1837 52 9.3 24 37 31 8
NC0438 20 3685 2063 56 10.5 37 34 25 4
NC0343 21 3758 2240 60 9.9 29 38 26 7
NC0412 22 3662 2404 66 8.7 17 29 38 15
NC0413 23 3554 2370 67 8.2 9 32 36 23
NC03220 24 2926 1935 66 8.1 5 29 50 16
NC 1rin EC 25 3439 2249 65 7.3 6 16 45 32
NC 2rin EC 26 1621 518 32 8.6 3 46 36 15
NC 3rin EC 27 2738 1016 37 9.5 12 47 36 6
NC 58S(2002)-1A 28 2942 1910 65 8.2 8 29 49 15
NC 132S(2002)-2B-BK 29 3151 1883 60 9.2 15 41 35 9
NC 26S(2002)-1C-BK-1 30 3088 1998 65 6.9 1 11 45 43
NC 123S(2002)-1C-BK-BK 31 2669 1418 53 8.4 11 38 39 12
NC 127S(2002)-1C-BK-BK 32 3777 2284 60 8.7 13 32 42 13
NC 852(2002)-1A-2-BK 33 2797 1654 59 8.5 3 35 49 13
NC 852(2002)-1A-3-BK 34 3250 2005 62 8.1 13 29 44 14
NC 3EL(2003)-1 35 2657 1891 71 8.4 3 23 46 27
NC 4EL(2003)-1 36 2644 2055 78 8.1 5 31 48 16
LSD 700 554 11 0.8 10 11 9 9
2004 Large-Fruited Tomato Late Trial(MHCRS)
Early Yield Data Means
Harvests 1 and 2
Treatment 25 lb. B/A
Total Yield
25 lb. B/A
Combo Yield
Percent
Combin-ation
Ounces /
Fruit
Percent
Jumbo
Percent
Ex. Lrg.
Percent Large Percent Medium
Mtn. Spring 1 1387 905 65 12.0 50 38 12 0
Mtn. Fresh 2 1038 676 65 13.5 79 17 4 0
Mt. Crest 3 1319 1017 77 11.8 50 41 8 1
FLA 47 4 855 423 49 10.9 28 61 10 0
Amelia 5 1031 781 76 11.9 50 44 6 0
BHN 640 6 1875 1348 72 10.1 17 44 36 3
Floralina 7 1290 785 61 10.4 32 39 27 3
NC0227 8 1358 499 37 11.1 33 57 9 1
NC0236 9 1405 1143 81 11.1 44 36 19 1
NC0256 10 1705 1178 69 12.4 66 23 11 0
NC0377 11 1506 1069 71 10.9 37 36 25 2
NC0392 12 1124 667 59 10.8 26 52 23 0
NC03289 13 848 577 68 10.6 31 54 12 3
NC03263 14 1226 899 73 10.5 33 39 28 1
NC03154 15 916 467 51 9.4 7 54 36 2
NC0321 16 1457 1110 76 10.1 29 37 30 3
NC0357 17 1377 1052 76 11.7 45 42 13 0
NC0367 18 1300 826 64 11.6 45 44 7 3
NC0437 19 1190 642 54 11.4 50 39 11 0
NC0438 20 1231 736 60 12.9 62 34 5 0
NC0343 21 969 609 63 12.6 59 40 1 0
NC0412 22 877 712 81 11.1 46 37 16 1
NC0413 23 765 592 77 10.2 18 55 25 2
NC03220 24 579 348 60 8.5 0 39 50 10
NC 1rin EC 25 532 434 81 9.4 29 25 42 4
NC 2rin EC 26 307 57 19 7.3 0 65 21 14
NC 3rin EC 27 509 114 22 13.1 50 36 14 0
NC 58S(2002)-1A 28 809 530 66 9.6 22 46 30 2
NC 132S(2002)-2B-BK 29 800 434 54 10.5 28 50 22 0
NC 26S(2002)-1C-BK-1 30 408 165 40 8.6 6 45 43 6
NC 123S(2002)-1C-BK-BK 31 887 453 51 9.8 16 55 28 1
NC 127S(2002)-1C-BK-BK 32 1437 788 55 9.6 19 47 30 5
NC 852(2002)-1A-2-BK 33 834 631 76 9.7 8 57 36 0
NC 852(2002)-1A-3-BK 34 706 562 80 9.9 27 32 41 0
NC 3EL(2003)-1 35 424 219 52 8.2 6 34 51 9
NC 4EL(2003)-1 36 413 260 63 8.6 7 39 39 15
LSD 279 280 19 1.5 17 15 22 13

Dilip R. Panthee, Ph.D.
Randolph G. Gardner, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus
Mountain Horticultural Crops Research & Extension Center
455 Research Drive
Mills River, NC 28759
Phone: 828.684.7503 ~ Fax: 828.684.8715
Email: dilip_panthee@ncsu.edu
Email: randy_gardner@ncsu.edu