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Screening of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) germplasm under high temperature environment during summer season in 'Tarai' region

Screening of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) germplasm under high temperature environment during summer season in 'Tarai' region

Indian Journal of Agricultural Research 23(3): 131-137

A total of 35 genotypes sown on 3 and 23 March, 1981 were assessed for 9 characters. Generally, the performance of all the varieties sown on the 2nd date was poor due to high temperatures during development. Among the varieties sown on the 1st date the highest yield of commercially acceptable fruit per plant was produced by Swift (1537 g) followed by AC362 (1521 g) and the greatest pericarp thickness and highest juice percentage were recorded in Pearson Local and Walter.

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