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Relationship of physiologic age, hardening, and carbon and nitrogen content to tolerance of tomatoes to metribuzin



Relationship of physiologic age, hardening, and carbon and nitrogen content to tolerance of tomatoes to metribuzin



Bulletin, Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station (450): 9



Some Heinz 1350 transplants at the 2-leaf stage were hardened by growing at 20.5 deg C, watered only at wilting, given one quarter strength Hoaglands at alternate waterings and in increased light intensity (3000 ft candles); other plants were grown under normal conditions (unhardened) viz. 25.5 deg day and 19.0 deg night, watered daily, fertilized with half-strength Hoaglands every other day and grown at normal light intensity (1800 ft candles).

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