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Effect of impact of continuous electromagnetic fields on tomato yield



Effect of impact of continuous electromagnetic fields on tomato yield



Zemes Ukio Inzinerija, Mokslo Darbai 31(1): 9-16



The effect of alternating electromagnetic fields of various power on the growth of tomato apical meristems, leaf pigment contents and tomato yield was investigated in experiments in a greenhouse.

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