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Behaviour of some hybrids in the interior of Tuscany


, : Behaviour of some hybrids in the interior of Tuscany. Informatore Agrario 53(3): 53-55

Eight hybrid varieties of processing tomato (all except UC82R being F1 hybrids) were evaluated in 1996 near Arezzo. Data are provided on yields (commercial, early, deteriorated and total), individual fruit weight, and plant and fruit characteristics.

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