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Yield response of staked fresh market tomatoes lycopersicon esculentum cultivar flora dade to reduced use of fertilizers and insecticides



Yield response of staked fresh market tomatoes lycopersicon esculentum cultivar flora dade to reduced use of fertilizers and insecticides



Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 107(4): 648-652



Response of tomatoes, L. esculentum Mill., cv. Flora-Dade, to insecticides applied weekly or on deman [for insect control] and to 3 fertilizer levels, low (1.times.), medium 2.times.), and high (3.times.), was investigated in fall 1979 and spring 1980. Insecticide spray schedules had no effect on fruit size, marketable yield and number of fruit per hectare. The application of fertilizers above the 1.times. level (148 kg/ha N, 30 P, 171 K and 10 Mg) did not improve fruit size or increase tomato yields, but increased residual salt content of soil.

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