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Problems and solutions in growing winter and spring tomatoes under plastics


, : Problems and solutions in growing winter and spring tomatoes under plastics. Acta Horticulturae (42): 203-209, 220-223

The increases in yield due to clear plastic mulching were 10% in Gamad, 21% in Mecheast 22, 41% in Napoli and 41.5% in QVF198 in trials where these varieties were grown under plastic tunnels with additional mulching.


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