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THE TOMATO CROP.
Atherton, J.G. and Rudich, J. (Editors).

THE TOMATO CROP.

A scientific basis for improvement. Chapman and Hall 1986.
1st Ed. [xvi] + 661pp. Numerous figures, including several from photos. Very good in d/w. ‘Giving a thorough scientific review of all factors influencing tomato production systems, it is hoped that this book will prove useful to students, researchers and commercial producers alike. It gives the basis for the develop­ ment of improved cultivars, the formulation of strategies for managing pest, disease and disorder problems and the production of high yields of good quality fruit as well as suggesting important areas for scientific initiatives. The extensive bibliographies provide a comprehensive database for tomato researchers.’ Springer.
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