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'Ohio OX38' hybrid processing tomato

, : 'Ohio OX38' hybrid processing tomato. HortScience 30(1): 159

Ohio OX38 is a main-season processing Lycopersicon esculentum hybrid adapted for machine harvest and bulk handling, and suited for the production of peeled, coreless, whole-canned tomatoes as well as juice and pureed products. Ohio OX38 is an F1 hybrid from the cross O88119 and Ohio 8245. Fruits of Ohio OX38 average 54 g in weight, are ovate-plum-shaped, smooth with a small stem scar and core, and are uniform in ripening. Fruits readily response to ethephon application to hasten ripening.

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