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The breeding of tomato for precocity, high content of dry matter and sugars in fruits, and for resistance to Cladosporium fulvum Coocke and Phytophthora infestance



The breeding of tomato for precocity, high content of dry matter and sugars in fruits, and for resistance to Cladosporium fulvum Coocke and Phytophthora infestance



Tr Po Priklad Bot Genet Selekt 35(1): 169-174



Hybrids were obtained from crossing of wild tomato Lycopersicon pimpinellifolium var. racemigerum Brezh. with cultivated L. esculentum (Alpatiev compact). The selected plants in the F3 had fruits with firm elastic skin, were early maturing, and good keeping quality and transportability. Fruits of several seedlings are of good flavor and have high sugar content, whereas acid content is relatively low. Most of the seedlings are of the determinant type, high yielding and resistant to disease. Their fruits are round with few loculi.

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