• Green Bean Variety Trial, Safford Agricultural Center, 1998

      Clark, L. J.; Walser, R.; Carpenter, E. W.; Byrne, David N.; Baciewicz, Patti (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1999-10)
      Twelve green bean varieties were grown in a replicated small plot trial on the Safford Agricultural Center in 1998. Varieties were picked regularly during the growing season. Yields are shown in tabular form and also graphically to indicate how each variety performed throughout the season. Rapids produced the highest yield with a total over 1.3 tons per acre. Two other varieties, Shade and HMX 6999, also performed well with yields over 1.0 tons per acre.
    • Pepper Variety Trial Safford Agricultural Center, 1998

      Clark, L. J.; Walser, R.; Carpenter, E. W.; Byrne, David N.; Baciewicz, Patti (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1999-10)
      Eight varieties of bell peppers, three varieties of long green chile, two varieties of jalapeños, two varieties of yellow wax and one Serrano pepper were grown in a replicated small plot trial on the Safford Agricultural Center in 1998. Varieties were picked regularly during the growing season.
    • Sweet Corn Variety Trial Safford Agricultural Center, 1998

      Clark, L. J.; Walser, R.; Carpenter, E. W.; Byrne, David N.; Baciewicz, Patti (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1999-10)
      Eight sweet corn varieties were grown in a replicated small plot trial on the Safford Agricultural Center in 1998. Snow White had the highest yield per acre with several of the other varieties producing very acceptable yields. Yields seen in the small plots may not be obtainable in commercial fields, but yield relations between varieties should be the same for both situations.
    • Tomato Variety Trial Safford Agricultural Center, 1998

      Clark, L. J.; Walser, R.; Carpenter, E. W.; Byrne, David N.; Baciewicz, Patti (College of Agriculture, University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1999-10)
      Four slicing and two Roma-type tomato varieties were grown in a replicated small plot trial on the Safford Agricultural Center in 1998. Varieties were picked regularly during the growing season with total tonnage picked being tabulated and plot weights by variety shown graphically against time during the season. Balboa variety of slicing tomato and Toro variety of Roma-type tomato were the highest yielding varieties with yields of 69 and 76 tons per acre respectively.