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Some aspects of earliness in eggplant

, : Some aspects of earliness in eggplant. Acta Horticulturae (52): 181-188

Studies were carried out on the cvs Mostruosa di New York and Grossissima di Firenze and the results regarding flowering rate, the effect of the time of anthesis on the length of ripening time, number of fruits/plant and yields are tabulated and graphically presented.

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