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Influence of stage of development at planting on flowering and fruiting in tomato

, : Influence of stage of development at planting on flowering and fruiting in tomato. Acta Horticulturae (51): 131-145

Planting tomatoes at the "buds-visible" stage compared with the "50% flowers-open" stage significantly improved reproductive growth and development. The time of flowering of individual inflorescences from the third onwards was advanced by as much as six days. Flower and fruit numbers and compound inflorescences were increased, with maximum differences (up to 94% for flowers and 57% for branching) occurring at the sixth-truss stage.

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