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Effects of cultivars and graded levels of nitrogen and phosphorus on certain quality attributes of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.). II. Sugars, dry matter content and juice percentage



Effects of cultivars and graded levels of nitrogen and phosphorus on certain quality attributes of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.). II. Sugars, dry matter content and juice percentage



Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences 18(4): 292-295



In trials with the cultivars Pusa Ruby, Sioux and Sweet 72, the plants received N at 70, 110 and 150 kg/ha and P2O5 at 100 or 140 kg/ha with basal dressing of K2O at 60 kg/ha and FYM at 25 t/ha. The highest fruit content of total sugars and next highest dry matter content were in Sweet 72 while juice percentage was highest in Pusa Ruby. Rising N rates increased fruit total sugars and juice percentage but decreased the dry matter content.

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