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Parthenocarpy in tomatoes and its use


Parthenocarpy in tomatoes and its use



Priroda, Bulgaria 26(1): 83-84



From crosses between the small-seeded line XXIV13M and the large-fruited determinate variety VF36, determinate lines were obtained with large, hollow, parthenocarpic fruits suitable for stuffing. Some of the lines outyielded Roma by 3000-4000 kg/ha.

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