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Vegetable Improvement Newsletter

Tables of Content for All Volumes (1959-1982)

Below are the combined tables of contents of the Vegetable Improvement Newsletter. The articles deal with the genetics and breeding of cucurbit crops including cucumber (Cucumis sativus), melon (Cucumis melo), watermelon (Citrullus lanatus), squash and pumpkin (Cucurbita spp.), and other genera, including the gourds and wild relatives. The reports are unrefereed, but have a lot of scientific experience behind them, so provide useful information for those working in the area.

Below are the tables of contents for all volumes published.


Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 1, January 1959

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. An Asparagus Variety Cross
    • T.M. Currence
    • University of Minnesota, St. Paul 1, Minnesota
  2. Cucumber Mosaic Resistance in Hawaii
    • J.C. Gilbert
    • University of Hawaii, Honolulu 14, Hawaii
  3. Transfer of Bush Habit from Cucurbita pepo to Cucurbita moschata
    • H.M. Munger
    • Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  4. Suggestions for Packaging and Marking Trial Samples
    • E.W. Scott
    • Joseph Harris Company, Inc., Rochester 11, New York

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 2, January 1960

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Interaction of Snap Bean Varieties with Fertility Rates
    • Dean E. Knavel and Donald J. Cotter
    • University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
  2. Induction of Staminate Flowers on Gynoecious Cucumbers
    • C..E. Peterson
    • Department of Horticulture, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
  3. Testing for Self-incompatibility in Brassicae
    • D.H. Wallace and D.J. Thompson
    • Department of Plant Breeding, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  4. Progress in Breeding Slicing Cucumbers for Resistance to Scab and Mosaic
    • H.M. Munger, D.H. Wallace, and R.E. Wilkinson
    • Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  5. Performance of Thaxter in 1959
    • R.E. Wester
    • USDA, Beltsville, Maryland
  6. Performance of Downy Mildew Resistant Fordhooks in 1959
    • R.E. Wester
    • USDA, Beltsville, Maryland
  7. "Slip Type" Muskmelon
    • W.A. Frazier
    • Department of Horticulture, Oregon State College, Corvallis, Oregon
  8. Bitter Flavor in Peas
    • H.H. Marshall
    • Department of Agriculture, Experimental Farm, Brandon, Manitoba
  9. Inheritance of Radial Cracking in the Tomato
    • Paul Prashar Dharam and Victor T. Lambeth
    • University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri
  10. Haploid Watermelons from Tetraploid Strains
    • O.J. Eigsti
    • Chicago Teachers College, Chicago 21, Illinois
  11. A Tractor-Mounted Sprayer for Inoculating
    • W.C. Barnes
    • Clemson College Truck Experiment Station, Charleston, S.C.
  12. Preventing Fruit Rots in Cucurbit Breeding
    • W.C. Barnes
    • Clemson College Truck Experiment Station, Charleston, S.C.
  13. Ratings Scales for Characteristics Not Easily Measured
    • H.M. Munger
    • Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 3, January 1961

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Testing for Self-incompatibility in Brassicae
    • D.H. Wallace and D.J. Thompson
  2. Techniques of Breeding Spinach in the Field
    • E.A. Borchers
    • Plant Breeder, Virginia Truck Experiment Station, Norfolk, Virginia
  3. Incomplete Dominance of Scab Resistance in Certain Cucumber Crosses
    • H.M. Munger and R.E. Wilkinson
    • College of Agriculture, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y
  4. Scab Resistance and Length of Slicing Cucumbers
    • H.M. Munger and R.E. Wilkinson
    • College of Agriculture, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  5. Evaluation for Cucumber Beetle Resistance in Cucurbit Seedlings
    • Prem Nath and Charles V. Hall
    • Department of Horticulture, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas
  6. New Hermaphroditic Inbreds of Cucumbers
    • Oved Shifriss
    • Department of Horticulture, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J.
  7. Irradiation of Lima Bean Seed
    • L. C. Peirce
    • Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa
  8. Precocious Yellow, A New Fruit Color in Cucurbita pepo
    • Oved Shifriss
    • Department of Horticulture, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J.

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 4, January 1962

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Progress in Breeding Slicing Cucumbers for Resistance to Scab and Mosaic
    • H.M. Munger, D.H. Wallace, and R.E. Wilkinson
    • Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  2. Cabbage Breeding
    • W.C. Barnes
    • Clemson College Truck Experiment Station, Charleston, SC
  3. Anastamosis in Cabbage
    • S.H. Yarnell and Walter A. Hills
    • U.S. Vegetable Breeding Laboratory, Charleston, SC
  4. Divided Midrib and Split Leaf in Cabbage
    • S.H. Yarnell and Walter A. Hills
    • U.S. Vegetable Breeding Laboratory, Charleston, SC
  5. Protuberances in Cabbage
    • S.H. Yarnell and Walter A. Hills
    • U.S. Vegetable Breeding Laboratory, Charleston, SC
  6. Hood Leaf in Cabbage
    • S.H. Yarnell and Walter A. Hills
    • U.S. Vegetable Breeding Laboratory, Charleston, South Carolina
  7. Cripple Leaf in Cabbage
    • S.H. Yarnell and Walter A. Hills
    • U.S. Vegetable Breeding Laboratory, Charleston, SC
  8. Observations on Cabbage Bolting
    • John J. Natti and John D. Atkin
    • New York Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, NY
  9. Possible Genetic Nature of Resistance to Tipburn of Cabbage
    • John J. Natti and John D. Atkin
    • New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, NY
  10. Problems Encountered in Breeding Red Cabbage
    • John J. Natti and John D. Atkin
    • New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, NY
  11. A Simplified Method for Emasculating Lettuce Flowers
    • O.H. Pearson
    • Seed Research Specialists, Hollister, California
  12. Okra Breeding
    • E.M. Meader, E.G. Corbett, and Lih Hung
    • New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station, Durham, NH
  13. New Genetic Characters in Pepper, Capsicum annum L.F.
    • L.F. Lippert and B.O. Bergh
    • University of California, Riverside, CA
  14. Two New Pepper Varieties from California
    • L.F. Lippert and P.G. Smith
    • Department of Vegetable Crops, University of California, Davis, CA
  15. Quality in Relation to Bush Habit in Table Queen Squash
    • H.M. Munger, D.H. Wallace, and C.L. English
    • College of Agriculture, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  16. Mooregold Squash
    • O.B. Combs
    • Department of Horticulture, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
  17. Inheritance of Fruit Characters and Growth Habit in C. pepo L.
    • Prem. Nath and Charles V. Hall
    • Horticulture Department, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
  18. Breeding Methods for Compact Tomatoes
    • L.C. Peirce
    • Department of Horticulture, Iowa State University, Ames, IA
  19. A Method for Estimating Time of Single Harvest in the Tomato
    • K.W. Johnson, M.L. Tomes, and E.C. Stevenson
    • Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana
  20. A Possible Method for Selecting Mature Plant Characters in the Seedling Stage
    • A. Stoner and K.W. Johnson
    • Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana
  21. The Effect of Date of Direct Seeding on Peak Harvest in the Tomato
    • M.L. Tomes, K.W. Johnson, and E.C. Stevenson
    • Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana
  22. Sources of Variability for the Improvement of Tomato Fruit Quality
    • A.E. Thompson, R.W. Hepler, R.L. Lower, and J.P. McCollum
    • University of Illinois, Urbana, IL

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 5, January 1963

Compiled by D.H. Wallace, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Performance of Thaxter in 1959
    • R.E. Wester
    • USDA, Beltsville, Maryland
  2. Nature of Cabbage Downy Mildew Resistance
    • W. R. Sitterly
    • Clemson College Truck Experiment Station, Charleston, South Carolina
  3. Severe Effects of Cucumber Mosaic Virus on Cucumber
    • Joseph Prend
    • Crop Research Department, H. J. Heinz Company, Pittsburgh, Pa.
  4. Gummy Stem Blight (Black Rot) of Cucurbits
    • W. C. Barnes and W. R. Sitterly
    • Clemson College Truck Experiment Station, Charleston, South Carolina
  5. Field Selection of Verticillium-Wilt Resistant Eggplant
    • John Wiebe
    • Horticulture Experiment Station Vineland Station, Ontario
  6. A Gene For Depth Of Corolla Cleft In The Lettuce Flower
    • Edward J. Ryder
    • U. S. Agricultural Research Station, Salinas, California
  7. Stem Doubling and Fasciation in Lakeland Head Lettuce
    • T.W. Tibbits
    • Department of Horticulture, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  8. Green-Seeded Downy Mildew-Resistant Fordhook Lima Beans
    • R. E. Wester
    • U. S. D. A. Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland
  9. Summer Squash Virus Complex
    • W. R. Sitterly
    • Clemson College Truck Experiment Station, Charleston, South Carolina
  10. Internode Length of Tomato Variety K.Y.1 and Its Behavior In A Cross With Red Tip VR 9
    • C. A. John
    • Crop Research Department, H. J. Heinz Company, Pittsburgh, Pa.
  11. Evaluation of Ease of Stem Removal From Tomatoes
    • E. A. Kerr
    • Horticultural Experiment Station Vineland Station, Ontario
  12. Marker Characters In Tomatoes
    • P. A. Young
    • Tomato Laboratory, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Jacksonville
  13. Shiski-Bab Tomatoes
    • P. A. Young
    • Tomato Laboratory, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Jacksonville
  14. Breeding for Field Resisance to Verticillium
    • C. C. Wyatt
    • Crop Research Department, H. J. Heinz Company, Pittsburgh, Pa.
  15. A Method For Reducing Air Temperatures of Flower Tissues Protected By Gelatin Capsules
    • O. H. Pearson
    • Seed Research Specialists, Hollister, California
  16. A Method For Rearing Blow Flies For Pollination Purposes
    • O. H. Pearson
    • Seed Research Specialists, ollister, California
  17. On The Utilization of Jointless (j1) In Tomato Breeding
    • M. L. Tomes, K. W. Johnson, and E. C. Stevenson
    • Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana
  18. Downy Mildew Resistant Broccoli Breeding Material Available From the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva
    • John J. Natti and John D. Atkin
  19. Letter to the Editor
  20. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for Trial in 1963
  21. Stocks Desired

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 6, January 1964

Compiled by D.H. Wallace, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Performance of Downy Mildew Resistant Fordhooks in 1959
    • R.E. Wester
    • USDA, Beltsville, Maryland
  2. Polyploidy in Cucumis sativus L.
    • J.L. Bowers
    • University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Ark.
  3. Radiation-Induced Seedling Marker Gene for Cucumbers
    • R.W. Robinson and W. Mishanec
    • New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva
  4. Bush Cucurbita moschata
    • E.M. Meader and Lib Hung
    • Department of Horticulture, University of New Hampshire, Durham, N.H.
  5. Short Internodes and Raceme Type Baby Lima Beans
    • R. E Wester and E M. Rahn
    • U.S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland
  6. Dark Red Surface Color Character in Tomato
    • Paul G. Smith
    • Department of Vegetable Crops, University of California, Davis
  7. Effect of Hot Weather on Flesh Color of Tomatoes
    • P.A. Young
  8. Solving Some Problems for Greenhouse Tomatoes
    • P.A. Young

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 7, January 1965

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. "Slip Type" Muskmelon
    • W.A. Frazier
    • Department of Horticulture, Oregon State College, Corvallis, Oregon
  2. Inheritance of Male Sterility in Table Beets, Beta vulgaris L.
    • F.A. Bliss and W.H. Gabelman
    • Department of Horticulture, University of Wisconsin
  3. Bees in Pollination Cages
    • W.C. Barnes
    • Clemson University Truck Experiment Station
  4. Inheritance of resistance in carrot, Daucus carota var. sativa to the leaf spot fungus, Cercospora carotae
    • F.F. Angell and W.H. Gabelman
    • Department of Horticulture, University of Wisconsin
  5. Longitudinal Cracking in Carrots
    • M.H. Dickson
    • New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva
  6. Use of Antibiotic in the Breeding of Celery
    • Shigemi Honma
    • Department of Horticulture, Michigan State University
  7. Crosses Among Cucumis Species
    • C.F. Andrus and George Fassuliotis
    • U.S. Vegetable Breeding Laboratory, Charleston, S.C.
  8. Gibberellin on Cucumbers
    • W.C. Barnes
    • Clemson University Truck Experiment Station
  9. Further Studies on Polyploidy in Cucumis sativus L.
    • J.L. Bowers
    • University of Arkansas
  10. Resistance to Watermelon Mosaic in Cucumber
    • J.C. Gilbert and Jack S. Tanaka
    • Department of Horticulture, University of Hawaii
  11. Pipe Cleaners as Flower Closures
    • R.M. Bailey
    • Maine Agricultural Experiment Station, Orono
  12. Breeders Stock of Maine 41-60 Melon
    • R.M. Bailey
    • Plants and Soils Department, University of Maine
  13. Mosaic Tolerance in European Cantaloupes
    • H.M. Munger
    • Department of Plant Breeding, Cornell University
  14. A New Source of Genic Male-Sterility in Cucurbita pepo
    • H.M. Munger
    • Department of Plant Breeding, Cornell University
  15. Cucurbita Species Crosses as a Source of Resistance to Powdery Mildew
    • Thomas W. Whitaker
    • U.S. Department of Agriculture, La Jolla, California
  16. Effect of Maturity of Lima Bean Pods on Germination and Vigor of Seedlings
    • R.E. Wester and J.W. Metzler
  17. Variations in Fruit Carpel Number of Varieties and Strains of Peppers
    • A.E. Thompson, M.C. Chu, and A.K. Stoner
    • Department of Horticulture, University of Illinois, Urbana
  18. Effect of Day-length on Peruvian Corn
    • E.A. Kerr
  19. Release of Sweet Corn Inbred Ma-21565 by the Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station
    • W.H. Lachman
  20. A Quick Method for Estimating Viscosity in Tomatoes
    • O.H. Pearson
  21. Effects of Fermentation on Germination of Tomato Seed
    • R.L. Lower and C.H. Cadregari
  22. Effects of Nematode Infections on Yields, Fruit Size and Soluble Solids of Tomato Fruits
    • Zidan E. Abdel-Al
  23. Notes on BIRDSNEST Tomato Type
    • T.O. Graham, B. Heeney, L.H. Lyall, and L.F. Ounsworth
  24. Work With High Crimson Variety -- 1964
    • T.O. Graham
  25. Location of the Crimson Factor in Tomato
    • M.L. Tomes, H.T. Erickson, and R.J. Barman
  26. An Improved Method of Separating Watermelon Seeds from the Pulp
    • Charles M. Jones
  27. A New Dwarf Cucumber Mutant
    • R.W. Robinson and W. Mishanec
  28. Suggestions For Topics
    • Shigemi Honma, Chairman
  29. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for Trial in 1965
  30. Stocks Desired

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 8, January 1966

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Bitter Flavor in Peas
    • H.H. Marshall
    • Department of Agriculture, Experimental Farm, Brandon, Manitoba
  2. Bees in Pollination Cages
    • W.C. Barnes
  3. Inheritance of Resistance to Race 1 and 2 of Downy Mildew in Broccoli
    • M.H. Dickson and J.J. Natti
  4. Clubroot Resistant Cauliflower and Cabbage Breeding Material Available from the University of Maryland
    • R.J. Snyder
  5. Evidence for Genetic Tendencies in Carrot Splitting
    • D.R. Bienz
    • Department of Horticulture, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington
  6. Natural Cross Pollination in the Cucumber.
    • R. W. Robinson and W. Mischance
    • N.Y. State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, New York.
  7. Angular Leafspot Resistance of Cucumber
    • W.C. Barnes
    • Clemson University Truck Experiment Station, Charleston, South Carolina
  8. Cucumber Breeding Notes
    • John L. Bowers and J.E. Wyatt
    • Department of Horticulture, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas
  9. Carpel Separation in Pickling Cucumbers
    • W.C. Barnes
    • Clemson University
  10. Gynoecious 3 Pickle Cucumber To Be Released
    • W.C. Barnes
    • Clemson University
  11. Behavior of Gene B in Cucurbita
    • Oved Shifriss
    • Rutgers, The State University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
  12. Evaluation of Some Muskmelon Varieties and Determining the suitable Spacing for Their Production
    • Zidan E. Aldel-Al
    • Alexandria University, Alexandria, U.A.R.
  13. Studies On The Possibilities of Using Gamma Radiation to Induce Mutation in Okra (Hibiscus esculentus L.)
    • Zidan E. Aldel-Al
    • Alexandria University, Alexandria, U.A.R.
  14. A Possible Clue to Variable Seed Setting in Onions
    • H.M. Munger and P.R. Dawson
    • Plant Breeding Department, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  15. Water Absorption Capacity of Pea Seeds Used to Identify Wrinkled Genotypes
    • K.K. Marshall
    • Experimental Farm, Brandon, Manitoba
  16. Probable Origin Of New Wrinkled Gene in Peas
    • H.H. Marshall
    • Brandon, Manitoba
  17. "Redgold" (NH#7) Squash
    • E.M. Meader and Lih Hung
    • Plant Science Department, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire
  18. Resistance to Cucumber Mosaic Virus and Powdery Mildew in Cucurbita pepo
    • H.M. Munger
    • Department of Plant Breeding, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  19. Ripe Rot of Peppers
    • W.H. Greenleaf
    • Horticulture Department, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama 36830
  20. Screening for High Temperature Tomato Fruit Set Using Excised Inflorescences
    • H.T. Erickson, M.L. Tomes and R.J. Barman
    • Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana
  21. Release of a Tomato Breeding Line, CVF4, with Combined Resistance to Curly Top, Verticillium Wilt, and Fusarium Wilt
    • Mark W. Martin
    • U.S.D.A., Logan, Utah
  22. The Effect of Soil Moisture Levels on Style Elongation in Some Tomato Varieties
    • Dermot P. Coyne
    • University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska
  23. Studies on the Production of First Generation Tomato Hybrid in the United Arab Republic
    • Z.E. Abdel-Al, S. Hamdy, and Y.A. El-Kabany
    • Alexandria University, Alexandria, U.A.R.
  24. Tomato Stock Available
    • Paul G. Smith
    • University of California, Davis, California
  25. Other Stocks Available
    • G.W. Bohn
    • U.S. Horticultural Field Station, La Jolla, California
  26. Stocks Desired
  27. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for Trial in 1966
  28. Addendum: Varieties available from E. Wilbur Scott, Joseph Harris Co., Inc., Rochester, N.Y. 14624

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 9, January 1967

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Inheritance of Radial Cracking in the Tomato
    • Paul Prashar Dharam and Victor T. Lambeth
    • University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri
  2. Release of New Hybrid Cucumber Varieties
    • W.C. Barnes
    • Clemson University Truck Experiment Station, Charleston, South Carolina
  3. Male Sterility in the Cucumber
    • R.W. Robinson and W. Mishanec
    • New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, New York
  4. Release of Eggplant Breeding Stocks Resistant to Verticillium Wilt
    • John Wiebe
    • Horticultural Research Institute of Ontario, Vineland Station, Canada
  5. Introducing Green Seeded Fordhook Bush Lima Bean
    • Robert E. Wester
    • Crops Research Division, ARS, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Md.
  6. Notice to Seedsmen and Processors Concerning the Naming and Release of Snap Bean Variety Bonus
    • Crops Research Division, ARS, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Md.
  7. A Powdery Mildew Resistant Honey Dew Muskmelon
    • G.W. Bohn and T.W. Whitaker
    • Crops Research Division, ARS, U.S. Department of Agriculture, La Jolla, California
  8. Hand Pollination of Cantaloupes
    • John L. Bowers
    • Department of Horticulture and Forestry, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas
  9. Variable Outcrossing in Cucurbita Pepo
    • H.M. Munger
    • Department of Plant Breeding and Biometry, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  10. Water Imbibition Method of Identifying Pea Genotypes Applied to F2 Seeds
    • H.H. Marshall
    • Research Branch, Experimental Farm, Brandon, Manitoba
  11. The Prevention of Rodent Damage in Breeding Plots
    • W.H. Lachman
    • Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass.
  12. Tomato Breeding Lines for Release
    • E.A. Kerr and J.H.L. Truscott
    • Horticultural research Institute of Ontario, Vineland Station, Canada
  13. Combined Root knot and TMV Resistance in Tomato
    • J.C. Gilbert and Jack S. Tanaka
    • Department of Horticultural, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii
  14. Evaluation of Lycopersicon species, Plant Introductions and Varieties For Resistance to 2, 4-D Injury
    • D.P. Coyne, O.C. Burnside and W.C. Whitney
    • Department of Horticultural and Forestry, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska
  15. A Source of Tolerance in Lycopersicon Esculentum to Bacterial Spot Pathogen
    • D.P. Coyne and M.L. Schuster
    • University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska
  16. Evaluation of Lycopersicon Species, Plant Introductions and Varieties for Resistance to 2, 4-D Injury
    • D.P. Coyne, O.C. Burnside, and W.C. Whitney
    • University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska
  17. Attempts to Find the Changes Necessitated in the Tomato So That it Will Successfully Outdoor Sow Under Cool Conditions
    • T.O. Graham and Ian McKenzie
    • University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada
  18. Stocks Desired
  19. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for trial in 1967

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 10, January 1968

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Haploid Watermelons from Tetraploid Strains
    • O.J. Eigsti
    • Chicago Teachers College, Chicago 21, Illinois
  2. Downy Mildew Resistance in Certain Brassicae
    • W.C. Barnes and W.R. Sitterley
    • Clemson University Truck Experiment Station, Charleston, S.C.
  3. Observations Made on the Sex Expression of F-1 Hybrids Developed By the Use of the Gynoecious Character
    • J.L. Bowers
    • Department of Horticulture, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas
  4. A Rapid Test For Scab Resistance in Cucumber
    • H.M. Hunger and R.E. Wilkinson
    • Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.
  5. Gibberellin A4-A7 for Staminate Flower Induction on Gynoecious Cucumbers
    • L.M. Pike and C.E. Peterson
    • Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
  6. Cucumber Beetle-Resistant Cucurbits
    • O.L. Chambliss
    • U.S. Vegetable Breeding Laboratory, Crops Research Division, Charleston, S.C
    • F..P. Cuthbert
    • Vegetable Insects Investigations, Entomology Research Division, Charleston, S.C.
  7. A Chlorophyll-Deficient Mutant in Lettuce
    • T.W. Whitaker
    • Crops Research Division, Agriculture Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, la Jolla, California
  8. Pseudo-cleistogamy in the Muskmelon Cucumis Melo L.
    • G.W. Bohn
    • Crops Research Division, Agriculture Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, la Jolla, California
  9. A Red Stem Pigment Muskmelon
    • G.W. Bohn
    • Crops Research Division, Agriculture Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, la Jolla, Californi
  10. A White Flower Cantaloupe
    • C.F. Andrus
    • U.S. Vegetable Breeding Laboratory, Charleston, S.C.
  11. a Male-Sterile Pea Line
    • D.R. Bienz
    • Ziraat Fakultesi, Ege Universitesi, Bornova, Izmir, Turkey
  12. 'Sweet Goldilocks' Sweet Corn
    • W.H. Lachman
    • Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts
  13. An Effective and Efficient Method for Making Artificial Cross-Pollinations of Tomato
    • F.F. Angell and M.L. Robbins
    • Department of Horticulture, University of Maryland
  14. Defuzzed Tomato Seed
    • Carl H. Cadregari
    • Joseph Harris Company, Inc., Moreton Farm, Rochester, N.Y. 14624
  15. A Single Gene With Several Desirable Effects for Mechanical Harvesting of Tomatoes
    • R.W. Robinson and Henryk Wilczynski
    • New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, N.Y.
  16. Release of Maritimer Tomato
    • R.W. Robinson
    • New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, N.Y.
  17. Observations on Low Temperature Fruit and Seed Set in Tomatoes
    • Paul G. Smith and Archie H. Millett
    • Department of Vegetable Crops, University of California, Davis
  18. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for Trial in 1968
  19. The Glabrous male Sterile Gene in Watermelon
    • Victor M. Watts
    • University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas
  20. List of Members
    • February 1968
  21. Libraries

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 11, January 1969

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. A Tractor-Mounted Sprayer for Inoculating
    • W.C. Barnes
    • Clemson College Truck Experiment Station, Charleston, S.C.
  2. Hermaphroditism in Asparagus
    • L.C. Peirce
    • University of New Hampshire, Durham, N.H.
  3. Method for Estimating Chipping Quality of Single Potato Tubers
    • B.B. Chubey
    • Research Station, Morden, Manitoba, Canada
  4. An Amphidiploid Brassica Nigra x B. Oleracea (n= 17)
    • O.H. Pearson
    • Cornell University, Ithaca New York
  5. A Green Stem Mutation in Sweet Pepper
    • E. A. Kerr
    • Horticultural Research Institution of Ontario, Vineland Station, Canada
  6. A Note on the Use of Acridine Compounds For Plant Breeders
    • O.H. Pearson and G.R. Fink
    • Cornell University, Ithaca New York
  7. Predicting Nature of Pericarp from Texture of the Cob Glumes
    • Stuart N. Smith, Consultant
    • 808 E. Lincoln Way, Rte. # 2, Ames, Iowa 50010
  8. High Tomatine Tomato Breeding Lines
    • J.C. Gilbert and N. Mohanakumaran
    • University of Hawaii, Honolulu
  9. Another Device for the Collection and Application of Tomato Pollen
    • H.M. Munger
    • Plant Breeding Department, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  10. Nature of Mutations in Tomato Floral Work
    • T.O. Graham
    • University of Guelph, Guelph Ontario
  11. Valuable Tomato Types From Weslaco, Texas and Beaverlodge, Alberta
    • T.O. Graham
    • University of Guelph, Guelph Ontario
  12. The Role of the Plant Introduction Service in Filling Requests for Seed Samples By Breeders in Other Countries
    • W. C. Barnes
    • Clemson University Truck Experiment Station, Charleston, S.C.
  13. Help Your Committee By Using Simple Names
    • W.C. Barnes
    • Clemson University Truck Experiment Station, Charleston, S.C.
  14. Release Procedures for Vegetable Varieties
    • H.M. Munger
    • Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  15. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for Trial in 1969
  16. Stocks Desired

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 12, January 1970

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Preventing Fruit Rots in Cucurbit Breeding
    • W.C. Barnes
    • Clemson College Truck Experiment Station, Charleston, S.C.
  2. Newer Baby Limas
    • R.E. Wester
    • U.S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Md.
  3. Newer Fordhook Lines
    • R.E. Wester
    • U.S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Md.
  4. Dover Bush - New Lima Bean Variety
    • R.E. Wester
    • U.S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Md.
  5. Progress in Sweet and Supersweet Corn Breeding for the Tropics
    • James L. Brewbaker
    • Dept. of Horticulture, University of Hawaii 96822
  6. Excellent Source for Better Roots on Sweet Corn
    • Dr. Stuart N. Smith, Consultant
    • Sweet Corn Genetic Service, 808 E. Lincoln Way, Rte. #2, Ames, Iowa 50010
  7. Aids for the Plant Breeder
    • W.R. Sitterly
    • Clemson University Truck Experiment Station, Charleston, S.C.
  8. Genetic Male Sterility in Onion
    • A. Andrasfalvy
    • Research Institute of Horticulture, Budapest, Hungary
  9. Inheritance of Mottled Leaf in Cucurbita Moschata
    • Dermot P. Coyne
    • University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska
  10. Regulation of Flowering in Squash by Ethrel and Possible Usefulness in Hybridization
    • Dermot P. Coyne
    • University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska
  11. Response of Cucurbits to Ethrel
    • R.W. Robinson, Thomas W. Whitaker and G.W. Bohn
    • Cornell University, Geneva, New York, and Crops Research Division, ARS, LaJolla, California
  12. Experience with Excessive Activity in the Cotyledonary Axils
    • T.O. Graham
    • Horticultural Science Dept., University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario
  13. Expression of Transference of Branching in the Cotyledonary Axils When Transferred to a Normal Plant Type
    • T.O. Graham
    • Horticultural Science Dept., University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario
  14. Possible Correlation Between Earliness and the Proximity of the Plant to Ground Level
    • T.O. Graham
    • Horticultural Science Dept., University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario
  15. TMV-Resistance Breeding in Tomatoes
    • G. Meszoly
    • Agricultural Experimental Institute of Duna-Tisza Koz, P.O. Box 116, Kecskemet, Hungary
  16. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for Trial in 1970
  17. Stocks Desired

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 13, January 1971

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Ratings Scales for Characteristics Not Easily Measured
    • H.M. Munger
    • Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  2. The Effect of the White Spine Gene on Various Characters in the Cucumber Cultivar Wisconsin SMR18
    • Ben F. George
    • Dept. of Plant Breeding and Biometry, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. 14850
  3. Backcross-derived Modifications of Wisconsin SMR18 Cucumber
    • H.M. Munger
    • Dept. of Plant Breeding and Biometry, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. 14850
  4. Inheritance of Resistance to Powdery Mildew in Cucumber
    • S. Shanmugasundaram and P.H. Williams
    • Department of Plant Pathology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, 53706
  5. A Cotyledon Marker Gene in Cucumbers
    • S. Shanmugasundaram and P.H. Williams
    • Department of Plant Pathology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, 53706
  6. Inheritance of Spine Color in Fruits and its Linkage with Netting Fruit of Cucumber
    • S. Shanmugasundaram and P.H. Williams
    • Department of Plant Pathology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, 53706
  7. TAMU 950, A Hermaphroditic Inbred Line of Cucumber
    • L.M. Pike and W.A. Mulkey
    • Horticulture Section, Soil and Crop Science Dept., Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, 77843
  8. Promising Baby Limas
    • R.E. Wester
    • U.S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Md. 20705
  9. Promising Fordhook Limas
    • R.E. Wester
    • U.S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Md. 20705
  10. Advanced Breeding Lines of Muskmelon and Tomato from Harrow, Ontario
    • V.W. Nuttall
    • Research Station, Harrow, Ontario, Canada
  11. Notice to Seedsmen Regarding Release of Two Root Rot Resistant, Canning Pea Breeding Lines, PH-14-119 And PH-91-3
  12. Possible Usefulness of Hybrid Butternut Squash Highly Stable for Fruit Shape
    • Dermot P. Coyne
    • University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, 68503
  13. Progress Report on the Use of N28 as a Source of Better Root System in Sweet Corn
    • Stuart N. Smith
    • Sweet Corn Genetic Service, 808 E. Lincoln Way, Ames, Iowa
  14. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for Trial in 1971
  15. Stocks Desired

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 14, January 1972

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Interlocular Cavitation in Snap Bean Pods
    • Paul E. Read, J.M. Lee, and David W. Davis
    • Department of Horticulture, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota 55101
  2. An Orange Cauliflower
    • C.C. Filman
    • Muck Research Station, R.R. 4, Bradford, Ontario
  3. A New Type of Clip for Cucumber Pollination
    • John L. Bowers
    • Department of Horticulture and Forestry, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, 72701
  4. Pepper Virus Tolerance
    • T.A. Zitter and H.Y. Ozaki
    • University of Florida, Agricultural Research and Education Center, Belle Glade, Florida, 33430 and Agricultural Research Center, Morikami, Delray Beach, Florida, 33444, respectively
  5. Mosaic Infection of TMV Resistant Tomatoes
    • Marco A. Soto and H.M. Munger
    • Department of Plant Breeding, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 14850
  6. TMV Resistance and Fertility
    • J. Farkas and Gy. Meszoly
    • Vegetable Crops Research Institute, Kecskemet, Hungary
  7. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for Trial in 1972
  8. Stocks Desired

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 15, January 1973

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Effect of Seed Density on Emergence, Vigor and Production of Cucumbers
    • Ronald G. Eaton and J.L. Bowers
    • Department of Horticulture and Forestry, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
  2. Selecting Cucumbers on the Basis of Green Fruit Quality
    • J.L. Bowers and M.J. Goode
  3. Use of Hermaphroditic Cucumber Inbreds in Development of 3-Way Hybrids
    • L.M. Pike
    • Horticulture Section, Soil and Crop Science Department, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas 77843
  4. Screening Muskmelons for Resistance to Fusarium Wilt and Powdery Mildew
    • David W. Davis, Carl J. Eide, and M. Shehata
    • Departments of Horticultural Science and Plant Pathology, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota 55101
  5. Resistance to Rabbit Feeding in Muskmelon
    • Warren S. Barham
    • Basic Vegetable Products, Inc., P.O. Box 599, Vacaville, California 95688
  6. Monoecious Muskmelons with Round Fruit
    • H.M. Munger
    • Department of Plant Breeding, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. 14850
  7. Sources of Variation in Evaluating Quality of Squash Varieties
    • H.M. Munger
    • Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
  8. Breeding for Stalk Lodging Resistance in Sweet Corn
    • Stuart N. Smith
    • 808 E. Lincolnway, Rte. #2, Ames, Iowa 50010
  9. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for Trial in 1972
  10. Stocks Desired

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 16, February 1974

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Breeding Pole Beans Resistant to Rhizoctonia and With High Temperature Pod Set
    • M. LeRon Robbins
    • Clemson University Truck Experiment Station, Charleston, S.C.
  2. Breeding Turnips Resistant to Aphids
    • M. LeRon Robbins and Frank Cuthbert
    • Clemson University Truck Experiment Station, Charleston, SC and USDA- ARS Vegetable Insect Research Laboratory, Charleston, SC respectively
  3. Gynoecious Stability of Cucumber Hybrids
    • B.F. George
    • H.J. Heinz Co., Bowling Green, Ohio 43402
  4. Yield Performance of Dwarf Slicing Cucumbers
    • H.M. Munger
    • Department of Plant Breeding, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. 14850
  5. Status of Backcross-Modified Poinsett Cucumber Lines and Their Hybrids
    1. H.M. Munger
    2. Department of Plant Breeding, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14850
  6. Preliminary Results in Testing for Onion Maggot Resistance
    • H.M. Munger and R.F. Plage
    • Department of Plant Breeding, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14850
  7. Identification of High Protein Pea Lines
    • Alfred E. Slinkard
    • Crop Development Centre, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7N OWO, Canada
  8. Progress Report on Spinach Breeding
    • J.L. Bowers and M.J. Goode
    • Department of Horticulture and Forestry, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
  9. Availability of TMV Resistant Parental Lines of Tomato
    • H.M. Munger and RE Wilkinson
    • Department of Plant Breeding and Dept. of Plant Pathology, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. 14850
  10. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for Trial in 1972
  11. Stocks Desired

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 17, February 1975

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Sungold or CW 198 Wax Bean
    • M.H. Dickson
    • New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, N.Y.
  2. Release of Three Cytosterile Broccoli Inbreds and Maintainers
    • M.H. Dickson
    • New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, N.Y.
  3. The Inheritance of Clustery Pistillate Flowers in Cucumbers
    1. P.S. Thaxton and L.M. Pike
    2. Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
  4. Scab Resistance in Relation to Fruit Length in Slicing Cucumbers
    • H.M. Munger and R.E. Wilkinson
    • Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  5. Texas Onion Breeding
    1. L.M. Pike and P.B. DeMille
    2. Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
  6. Further Results in Testing for Onion Maggot Resistance
    1. H.M. Munger and R.F. Plage
    2. Department of Plant Breeding, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
  7. Effect of Round vs. Wrinkled Seed on Protein Content of Field Peas
    • A.E. Slinkard
    • Crop Development Centre, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7N OWO, Canada
  8. Identifying Extra Sweet Kernels of Sweet Corn
    • Stuart N. Smith
    • Sweet Corn Genetic Service, 808 E. Lincoln Way, Ames, Iowa 50010
  9. Multiple Disease Resistance with a Linked Seedling Marker Gene for the Tomato
    • R.W. Robinson and R. Provvidenti
    • New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, New York
  10. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties
  11. Stocks Desired

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 18, February 1976

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Transferring Powdery Mildew Resistance in Cucumber
    • H.M. Munger
    • Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.
  2. Breeding Snap Beans for Root Knot Nematode Resistance - A Status Report
    • Jim E. Wyatt, George Fassuliotis and John A. Wells
    • Agricultural Research Service, USDA, Charleston, South Carolina
  3. Root Rot Resistance in Snap Beans
    • J.E. Wyatt and P.D. Dukes
    • Agricultural Research Service, USDA, Charleston, South Carolina
  4. Cercospora Leaf Spot of Southern Pea
    • R.L. Fery, P.D. Dukes, and F.P. Cuthbert, Jr.
    • U.S. Vegetable Laboratory, ARS, USDA, Charleston, S.C. 29407
  5. Breeding Cowpea Curculio Resistant Southernpeas
    • R.L. Fery and F.P. Cuthbert, Jr
    • U.S. Vegetable Laboratory, ARS, USDA, Charleston, S.C. 29407
  6. Development of Isolation Cages for Controlled Spinach Pollination
    • D.W. Fankhauser, J.L. Bowers, M.J. Goode
    • University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas
  7. Cucurbita Martineezii as a Source of Disease Resistance
    • H.M. Munger
    • Cornell University, Ithaca, New York 14853
  8. Evaluation of 15125 x 1453 ae du wx High Sugar Maize Hybrid
    • D.L. Garwood, Sandra Vanderslice, and W.C. Garman
    • Department of Horticulture, The Pennsylvania State Univ., University Park, Pa. 16802
  9. Sweet Corn Breeding Questionnaire Summary
    • D.L. Garwood
    • Department of Horticulture, The Pennsylvania State Univ., University Park, Pa. 16802
  10. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for Trial in 1976
  11. Stocks Desired

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 19, February 1977

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Growth Analysis of Dry Matter, Economic Bulb Yield and Protein Production of Several Varieties of Onion (Allium cepa L.)
    • Gaafar Mohamedali
    • Department of Plant Breeding, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.
  2. Request for Isogenic or Near-Isogenic Lines of Peas
    • A.E. Slinkard
    • Crop Development Centre, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7N OWO, Canada
  3. Cytosterile Cabbage and Broccoli
    • O.H. Pearson
    • Department of Plant Breeding, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.
  4. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for Trial in 1977
  5. Stocks Desired

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 20, February 1978

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Resistance in Sweet Corn to Colletotrichum graminocolum
    • L.V. Gregory, L.J. Seybert, J.E. Ayers, and D.L. Garwood
    • Departments of Plant Pathology and Horticulture, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania 16802
  2. Procedure for Identification of Publicly Released Sweet Corn Inbreds
    • D.L. Garwood*
    • Department of Horticulture, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania 16802
  3. Stabilization of Genetic Bean Root Rot Resistance by Combination with Cold Imbibition Tolerance and Root Vigor
    • M.J. Silbernagel
    • Research Plant Pathologist, USDA-ARS, Prosser, WA
  4. Differentiation of Strains of Bean Common Mosaic Virus
    • E. Drijfhout1, M.J. Silbernagel2, and D.W. Burke2
    • 1Research Plant Breeder, Institute for Horticultural Plant Breeding (IVT), Wageningen, The Netherlands
    • 2Research Plant Pathologists, United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center, Prosser, Washington, 99350, USA.
  5. Use of Bacterial Wilt Resistance in Hybrid Cucumbers
    • H.M. Munger
    • Department of Plant Breeding, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. 14853
  6. Breeding Lettuce for Resistance to Broad Bean Wilt Virus
    • R. Provvidenti, R.W. Robinson and J.W. Shail
    • Departments of Plant Pathology, and Seed and Vegetable Sciences, New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, N.Y. 14456
  7. Lactuca Saligna: A Source of Cucumber Mosaic Virus Resistance for Lettuce
    • R. Provvidenti, R.W. Robinson and J.W. Shail
    • Departments of Plant Pathology, and Seed and Vegetable Sciences, New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, N.Y. 14456
  8. Interspecific Gene Transfer for Disease Resistance Between Chicory and Endive
    • R. Provvidenti, R.W. Robinson and J.W. Shail
    • Departments of Plant Pathology, and Seed and Vegetable Sciences, New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, N.Y. 14456
  9. Effect of Plant Population and Seed Vigor on Cucumber Sex Expression
    • B.F. George
    • Heinz U.S.A, 13737 Middleton Pike, Bowling Green, Ohio 43402
  10. Breeding for Type and Brown Canker Resistance in Parsnip
    • D.W. Davis and F.L. Pfleger
    • Department of Horticultural Science, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN 55108
  11. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for Trial in 1978
  12. Experimental Stocks Available

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 21, February 1979

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. A Summary of Cucumbers Released from the Cornell Breeding Program
    • H.M. Munger
    • Departments of Plant Breeding and Vegetable Crops, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. 14853
  2. Development of New High-Quality Decorative Cucurbita Maxima Hubbard, Marrow, and Cylindrical Fruit Types
    • Dermot P. Coyne
    • Department of Horticulture, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska 68503
  3. Development of a Round C. Moschata Winter Squash with Butternut Qualities and Free of the Crookneck Rogue
    • Dermot P. Coyne
    • Department of Horticulture, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska 68503
  4. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for Trial in 1979
  5. Stocks Desired

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 22, February 1980

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Some Germplasm of Rheum rhaponticum and Related Species
    • David W. Davis
    • Dept. of Horticultural Science and Landscape Architecture, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN 55108
  2. Breeding Lettuce for Virus Resistance
    • R.W. Robinson, R. Provvidenti and J.W. Shail
    • New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, NY 14456
  3. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for Trial in 1980
  4. Stocks Desired

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 23, February 1981

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Anthocyaninless Asparagus
    • Lincoln G. Peirce
    • Department of Plant Science, University of New Hampshire, Durham, N.H. 03824
  2. Cucurbita maxima from Argentina
    • Thomas W. Whitaker
    • Collaborator, SEA, AR, USDA, P.O. Box 150, La Jolla, CA 92038
  3. A Suggested Procedure for Maintaining Homozygosity in Gynoecious Cucumber Parent Lines
    • H.M. Munger and Hsiao Chi-Hsiung
    • Departments of Plant Breeding and Vegetable Crops, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853
  4. Seed Development in Cucumbers after Harvesting when Immature
    • H.M. Munger
    • Departments of Plant Breeding and Vegetable Crops, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853
  5. Horseradish Seed Production
    • Michael Burke and A.M. Rhodes
    • Department of Horticulture, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL 61801
  6. Effect of nor in Different Tomato Hybrids
    • J. Farkas
    • Vegetable Crops Research Institute, Kecskemet, Hungary
  7. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for Trial in 1981
  8. Stocks Desired

Vegetable Improvement Newsletter No. 24, February 1982

Compiled by H.M. Munger, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  1. Responses to Spacing of Spacemaster Cucumber
    • H.M. Munger, R. Washek, and R.W. Riker
    • Departments of Plant Breeding and Vegetable Crops, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853
  2. Uncatalogued Vegetable Varieties Available for Trial in 1982
  3. Stocks Desired

 

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