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Effect of different irrigation levels on tomatoes. I. Changes in soil moisture, yields and internal fruit quality


, : Effect of different irrigation levels on tomatoes. I. Changes in soil moisture, yields and internal fruit quality. Cultivos Tropicales 12(2): 33-38

In 3-year winter trials with the tomato cultivar Campbell-28, the plants were irrigated 1 to 9 times between Day 0 and 50 after transplanting, in 4 schedules providing water in amounts ranging from 65 to 250 msuperscript 3/ha. Data are tabulated and graphically presented on weather conditions during the 3 seasons, irrigation schedules, soil moisture levels, yields and yield components, and fruit quality.


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