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A study of cumulative tomato yield for fresh market: characterization and classification of different cultivars


, : A study of cumulative tomato yield for fresh market: characterization and classification of different cultivars. Acta Horticulturae ( 456): 73-80

The time-course of the cumulative fruit yield of 23 tomato cultivars was studied in a 3-year trial in the south of Italy.

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