New pepper varieties
L. F. Lippert
Paul G. Smith, University of California
Bernarr J. Hall
Archie H. Millett
M. O. Hall
California Agriculture 21(12):10-10. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v021n12p10.
L. 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.
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows:
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.