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Varietal differences in the degree of leaf rolling in tomatoes



Varietal differences in the degree of leaf rolling in tomatoes



Journal of the Yamagata Agriculture and Forestry Society (29): 39-41



The degree of leaf rolling and 5 other characters were studied in 8 cvs. Plant height, leaf number and stem diameter 53 days after sowing did not differ but the number of inflorescences which had flowered in 82 days, the flowering date of the 1st inflorescence and the degree of leaf rolling did show varietal differences. Earliness was thought to be negatively correlated with the degree of leaf rolling.

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