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Tomato fruitset under low and high temperature extremes


Agricultural Reviews Karnal 10(1): 1-11
Tomato fruitset under low and high temperature extremes
A review of the literature over 4 decades and discussion of fruit set (in the field and in protected crops) in relation to prevailing day and night temperatures, with particular reference to the role of genotypes.

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