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Response of drip-irrigated processing tomatoes to water regimes during crop fructification stage



Response of drip-irrigated processing tomatoes to water regimes during crop fructification stage



Horticultura Brasileira 24(3): 342-346



The response of drip-irrigated processing tomato to irrigation frequency (0.25-8.0 days) during the fruiting stage, was evaluated to establish an irrigation criterion for the cerrado conditions in central Brazil. The number of fully ripe tomato fruits during harvesting increased as the irrigation interval increased, while biomass production and number of fruits per plant decreased.

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