. Descriptive catalog of vegetables. Commercial catalogs; Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs; Vegetables Seeds Catalogs; Seeds Catalogs; Fruit Catalogs; Herbs Catalogs. BREEDERS AND GROWERS 33 Carmelcross (y) A second early hybrid developed by the Connecticut Experi- ment Station, New Haven. Vigorous and heavy yielding in comparison to its earliness. Has fair resistance to bacterial wilt. Medium sized, gently tapering ears, with 12-14 rows of yellow kernels. Height of stalk feet Length of ear inches Days 79 Country Gentleman, Illinois, 8x6 (w) An extremely drought-resistant and bacterial-wilt r

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. Descriptive catalog of vegetables. Commercial catalogs; Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs; Vegetables Seeds Catalogs; Seeds Catalogs; Fruit Catalogs; Herbs Catalogs. BREEDERS AND GROWERS 33 Carmelcross (y) A second early hybrid developed by the Connecticut Experi- ment Station, New Haven. Vigorous and heavy yielding in comparison to its earliness. Has fair resistance to bacterial wilt. Medium sized, gently tapering ears, with 12-14 rows of yellow kernels. Height of stalk feet Length of ear inches Days 79 Country Gentleman, Illinois, 8x6 (w) An extremely drought-resistant and bacterial-wilt r
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. Descriptive catalog of vegetables. Commercial catalogs; Nurseries (Horticulture) Catalogs; Vegetables Seeds Catalogs; Seeds Catalogs; Fruit Catalogs; Herbs Catalogs. BREEDERS AND GROWERS 33 Carmelcross (y) A second early hybrid developed by the Connecticut Experi- ment Station, New Haven. Vigorous and heavy yielding in comparison to its earliness. Has fair resistance to bacterial wilt. Medium sized, gently tapering ears, with 12-14 rows of yellow kernels. Height of stalk feet Length of ear inches Days 79 Country Gentleman, Illinois, 8x6 (w) An extremely drought-resistant and bacterial-wilt resistant hybrid originated by W. A. Huelsen of the University of Illinois. Kernels not in rows. Notable for its high percentage of cut-off. 99 Country Gentleman, Illinois, No. 13 (w) Also developed by Prof. Huelsen. Plant vigorous, with sturdy stalk, relatively few suckers, excellent tassels and excel- lent resistance to bacterial wilt. Ear said to "hold" well in the field. 71/ 100. Golden Cross Bantam Calumet Erie Huron ERIE (y) An exclusive Asgrow hybrid, having long cylindrical ears slightly tapered, mainly 12-14 rowed. Plant vigorous, rela- tively resistant to drought, excellently resistant to bacterial wilt. In comparison with Golden Cross Bantam, this hybrid produces a plant 6" taller, bearing ears 4" higher on the stalk, maturing 3-4 days later. Widely adapted and high yielding. 6 V 88 GOLDEN CROSS BANTAM (y) • Long a popular, widely-adapted hybrid, originally developed by Glenn M. Smith of Purdue University. Plant sturdy and upright, fairly resistant to bacterial wilt. Ear 10-14 rowed, cylindrical; kernels of rich yellow color, medium in depth and width. 85. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Associated Seed Growers, Inc; Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Cata

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