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EFFECT OF BREEDING METHODS AND NITROGEN FERTILIZATION ON GROWTH TRAITS AND TOMATO YIELD (SOLANUM LYCOPERSICUM L.) UNDER PROTECTED CONDITIONS

@inproceedings{Talisha2020EFFECTOB,
  title={EFFECT OF BREEDING METHODS AND NITROGEN FERTILIZATION ON GROWTH TRAITS AND TOMATO YIELD (SOLANUM LYCOPERSICUM L.) UNDER PROTECTED CONDITIONS},
  author={Jaber Jassim Abu Talisha and Saleh Shehab Sabah and M. Mahmoud},
  year={2020}
}
  • Jaber Jassim Abu Talisha, Saleh Shehab Sabah, M. Mahmoud
  • Published 2020
  • The experiment conducted in green house a (plastic house) in Diwaniya governorate Hamza district for the autumn season (2016-2017) in order to study the effect of breeding methods and nitrogen fertilization on the growth and yield characteristics of tomatoes. The first factor is the method of breeding (breeding on one leg, breeding on two stems, breeding on three stems). The second factor is three levels of nitrogen fertilization (100, 150, 200 N kg E). The results showed that the cultivation… CONTINUE READING

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