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Effect of sowing dates on the maturity and yields of single harvest tomato


, : Effect of sowing dates on the maturity and yields of single harvest tomato. Acta Horticulturae (52): 121-126

Tomato cvs New Yorker, VF 145-21-4, Heinz 1370 and Roma VF were direct-sown on 5 April and on 3 consecutive dates at 15-day intervals. After thinning the stand density was about 100 000 plants/ha.

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