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EFFECT OF A MYCORRHIZAL INOCULUM ON THE YIELDING AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF FRUIT FOUR CULTIVARS OF TOMATO

@article{MajkowskaGadomska2016EFFECTOA,
  title={EFFECT OF A MYCORRHIZAL INOCULUM ON THE YIELDING AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF FRUIT FOUR CULTIVARS OF TOMATO},
  author={Joanna Majkowska-Gadomska and Artur Dobrowolski and Emilia Mikulewicz},
  journal={Acta Scientiarum Polonorum-hortorum Cultus},
  year={2016},
  volume={15},
  pages={61-68}
}
The objective of the study was to determine the y ield and chemical composition of the fruits of four tomato cultivars‘Growdena F 1’, ‘Torero F1’, ‘Listell F1’ and ‘Mamirio F1’ grown in coir fibre inoculated with mycorrhizal f ungi of the genus Glomus. The mycorrhizal inoculum was applied directly to th e coir fibre, at 20 g per m . The content of dry matter, total sugars, reducing sugars, L-ascorbic acid and organic acids (expressed as malic acid) in tomato fruit was determin ed. The total and… 

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