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L'ISMEA (Istituto di Servizi per il Mercato Agricolo Alimentare) è un ente pubblico economico istituito con l'accorpamento dell'Istituto per Studi, Ricerche e Informazioni sul Mercato Agricolo (già ISMEA) e della Cassa per la Formazione della Proprietà Contadina, con decreto legislativo 29 ottobre 1999 n. 419, concernente il 'riordinamento del sistema degli enti pubblici nazionali'.  

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Study on cherry-like tomato ecotypes originating from Campania region (Corbarino and Vesuviano) [Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.]  [2006]

Parisi, M.; Pentangelo, A.; D'Onofrio, B.; Villari, G.; et al.

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The most important cherry-like tomato ecotypes of Campania region are Corbarino and Vesuviano. Corbarino, originating from Corbara, Salerno province, includes several landraces with plants at indeterminate growth, producing at least four different fruit shapes (oval, elongate, pear-shaped and round). They weigh on average between 13 and 21 g each, without mucro, and have an intense red colour and a nice and typical taste when fully mature. Corbarino tomato may have different market destinations and shows high level of carbohydrates, total solids, antioxidant activities and carotenoid content. The Vesuviano tomato, originating from Vesuvio slopes, has plants with indeterminate growth and very slender stem. It produces small pear-shaped fruits, each weighing about 21 g and with a clearly pronounced mucro and clear scarlet red colour. For its no jointless trait, very high consistence and total solids content, this ecotype is suitable for consumption during Winter. Here we report bio-morphological, productive and qualitative data on Corbarino and Vesuviano ecotypes (one landrace for each of them) grown in two locations of Campania (Angri and Battipaglia) over three years (2002-2004). The main bio-morphological and productive traits of these ecotypes were more affected by climatic conditions than by crop location. In fact, in 2002 a high rate of rainfalls caused heavy phytopathological disorders (such as late blight). As to crop location, in Angri area yield an
d quality attributes of berries were strongly depreciated in consequence of constant infections of corky root (Pyrenochaeta lycopersici Schn. et Gerl.) and viral diseases (such as TSWV and CM\\/) occurred during the three-year period
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Italus Hortus (Italy)
ISSN : 1127-3496

Información bibliográfica

Idioma:
Italian
Tipo:
Conference
En AGRIS desde:
2008
Volumen:
13
Edición:
2
Página inicial:
775
Página final:
778
Todos los títulos:
"Study on cherry-like tomato ecotypes originating from Campania region (Corbarino and Vesuviano) [Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.]"@eng
"Studi su ecotipi campani di pomodorino Corbarino e Vesuviano in due ambienti [Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.]"@ita
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"Summaries (En, It)"
"1 table"
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Información bibliográfica

Idioma:
Italian
Tipo:
Conference
En AGRIS desde:
2008
Volumen:
13
Edición:
2
Página inicial:
775
Página final:
778
Todos los títulos:
"Study on cherry-like tomato ecotypes originating from Campania region (Corbarino and Vesuviano) [Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.]"@eng
"Studi su ecotipi campani di pomodorino Corbarino e Vesuviano in due ambienti [Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.]"@ita
Otro:
"Summaries (En, It)"
"1 table"
"18 ref."