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Growth and development of young tomato plants

, : Growth and development of young tomato plants. Acta Horticulturae (51): 147-161

Between 1968 and 1975 three 3-year series of tomato sowings were made. Fresh weights of each sowing were determined once or twice a week from emergence to flowering. The dates of opening of the first flower were also observed. In the third series the numbers of initiated flower buds on the main stem were counted when fresh weights were determined. Growth and development are presented as the number of days between sowing and specific stages.

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