Dr. Samuel F. Hutton

Assistant Professor, Tomato Breeding and Genetics, Horticultural Sciences Department

Dr. Samuel Hutton’s research focuses on developing improved tomato hybrids and parents adapted to Florida’s subtropical conditions and relevant to the Florida tomato industry.

His program emphasizes genetic characterization of important traits and utilization of molecular tools to more efficiently advance these traits into commercial germplasm. These efforts are supported through collaborations with the University of Florida and other researchers in areas, including pathology, entomology, genomics and postharvest.




Dr. Samuel F. Hutton

Associate Professor of Horticultural Sciences, Tomato Breeding and Genetics