‘Auburn 76’ Tomato1

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Walter H. Greenleaf Auburn University, Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, Auburn, AL 36830

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Kenneth S. Rymal Auburn University, Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, Auburn, AL 36830

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Received for publication June 1, 1977.

Professor, Research Associate and Associate Professor of Horticulture, respectively. The authors wish to thank the following personnel for their important contributions to this research, viz. for growing tomato yield trials and obtaining data herein reported: C. C. Carlton, Superintendent and K. C. Short, Assistant Superintendent, Chilton Area Horticulture Substation; J. E. Barrett, Jr., Superintendent, Gulf Coast Substation; Harrison M. Bryce, Superintendent, Horticulture Farm, Auburn; to William H. Hearn, Systems Analyst, Department of Research Data Analysis, for statistical analyses of the data and to Mark R. Biggers, Laboratory Assistant for laboratory analyses of tomato quality criteria.

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