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A comparison in the greenhouse of varieties and hybrids of different vegetables as a succeeding crop

, : A comparison in the greenhouse of varieties and hybrids of different vegetables as a succeeding crop. Acta Horticulturae (42): 183-190

Twenty tomato, 8 aubergine, 9 capsicum and 11 cucumber cvs were planted between 23 January and 3 February in succession to chrysanthemums in Sardinia and data are presented on the yields and returns for the best cvs of each crop.

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