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Response of fresh market tomatoes to method of seeding or transplanting



Response of fresh market tomatoes to method of seeding or transplanting



Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 88: 211-213



The treatments compared included seeding direct, with or without plug-mix; containerized transplants in Jiffy-7 peat pots or Speedling trays, using peat + vermiculite; or bare-root 7-week-old transplants grown in peat + vermiculite. Seedling growth at the time of transplanting was greatest in peat pots, followed by bare root transplants and Speedling trays.

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