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Response of summer tomatoes to varying dates of transplanting of seedlings, plant population and levels of nitrogen



Response of summer tomatoes to varying dates of transplanting of seedlings, plant population and levels of nitrogen



Indian Journal of Agronomy. 14: 3, 236-238



In 2-year trials with up to 150 kg/ha N (in 2 equal instalments at transplanting and 1 1/2 months later), 50 kg were adequate for a summer crop on soil of average fertility.

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