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B2566 carrot inbred

, : B2566 carrot inbred. HortScience 22(2): 327

This inbred was derived from a cross made in 1978 between the medium orange, mild-flavoured, succulent Chantenay-type line B9304 and the dark orange, harsh-flavoured, Imperator-type line B3615. Several subsequent selection stages led to isolation of B2566, which is a source of improved flavour and has good combining ability for colour, shape and seed productivity together with desirable mild, sweet flavour and succulent texture.

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