Sweet Corn Variety Evaluation

Objectives: To determine the production and processing potential of new introductions of sweet corn

Cauliflower Variety Observations (1993)

cauliflower

Report to the Oregon Processed Vegetable Commission

Jim Baggett and Jack Stang
OSU Dept of Horticulture

Objectives:

  1. Evaluate head quality, maturity time, and total yield of eight promising cauliflower varieties over a range of planting times; screen additional cauliflower varieties to identify those having suitable characteristics for processing

Sweet Corn Variety Evaluation

Objectives:
To determine the production and processing potential of new introductions of sweet corn.

Evaluation of Commercial Table Beet Varieties

Objectives: Evaluation of beet varieties and lines for:
 

  • Adaptation to Oregon conditions
     
  • Resistance to beet diseases, including Cercospora, Pythium, Ramularia rust, downy mildew, powdery mildew, and beet western yellows. (In 1994 evaluations stressed varieties that were most promising in the 1993 trial)

Cauliflower Variety Observations (1994)

Report to the Oregon Processed Vegetable Commission

Jack Stang and Jim Baggett
OSU Dept of Horticulture

Objectives:

  1. Evaluate head quality, maturity time and total yield of promising cauliflower varieties in early and late plantings.
  2. Evaluate the response of Starbright Y to closer plant spacings; compare head yield and quality from multiple and once-over harvesting.
  3. Relate maturity times of selected cauliflower varieties to timing of curd initiation and time period between initiation and harvest.

Sweet Corn Variety Evaluation for the Treasure Valley

Objectives:
Sweet corn and supersweet corn varieties were evaluated for agronomic and processing performance.

Sweet Corn Variety Evaluation

Objectives:


To determine the production and processing potential of new introductions of sweet corn.

Sweet Corn Variety Evaluation

Objectives:
To determine the production and processing potential of new introductions of sweet corn.

Supersweet and Sweet Corn Variety Evaluations

Clint Shock, Erik Feibert, Greg Willison and Monty Saunders
Malheur Experiment Station
Oregon State University
Ontario, Oregon, 1996

Objectives:
Sweet corn and supersweet corn varieties were evaluated for agronomic and processing performance.

Identification of Sweet Corn Hybrids for Sustainable Production

 Objective: Identify sweet corn hybrids with suitable processing quality that have high, stable yields and tolerance to root rot disease complex.

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