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High-yielding greenhouse tomatoes - a result of the synthetic development of new forms



High-yielding greenhouse tomatoes - a result of the synthetic development of new forms



Genotype and environment in breeding greenhouse tomatoes [1]: 23-27



Information is presented on sources of male sterility, such as John Baer, Stamenless, Signal 2, Signal 3 and Mutant 3, and on their use in breeding Soviet heterotic hybrids, the best of which include Signal 3 X Severyanin Signal 3 X Peremoga and Mutant 3 X Peremoga.

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