Tomato

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The Netherlands Horticulture Market

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This report examines the Dutch trade of horticultural products as defined by HS Chapters 06 Live trees and plants, Chapter 07 Vegetable products, and Chapter 08 Edible fruits and nuts. World trade in these products reached $173 billion in 2015. The Netherlands, a global player, had a 13% share of the world market valued at $22 billion.

Authors: 
Susan Phillips
Publisher: 
USDA GAIN
Year: 
2,016

Biological Management of Damping-Off, Buckeye Rot and Fusarial Wilt of Tomato (cv. Solan Lalima) under Mid-Hill Conditions of Himachal Pradesh

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Authors: 
Nitika Thakur
Authors: 
Astha Tripathi
Publisher: 
Scientific Research Publishing
Year: 
2,015

Efficacy of Some Botanicals in Controlling Fruit Borer (Heliothis armigera) in Tomato

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Authors: 
Smriti Sultana Binte Mustafiz
Authors: 
Tazul Islam Chowdhury
Authors: 
Ayesha Akter
Publisher: 
Academic Journal of Entomology
Year: 
2,015

Characterization of Postharvest Physiology Attributes of Six Commercially Grown Tomato Varieties in Kenya

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Authors: 
Rachel Mwendwa
Authors: 
O. W. Owino
Authors: 
J. Ambuko
Authors: 
M. Wawire
Authors: 
N. Nenguwo
Publisher: 
African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development
Year: 
2,016

The Status of Tomato Leafminer; Tuta absoluta (Meyrick) (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) in Egypt and Potential Effective Pesticides

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Authors: 
Saad Moussa
Authors: 
Fatina Baiomy
Authors: 
Anil Sharma
Authors: 
Fathi Eid El-Adl
Publisher: 
Academic Journal of Entomology
Year: 
2,013

Effect of Mulch and Different Fungicide Spray Regimes on Yield of Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L) in Tanzania

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Authors: 
Hosea D. Mtui
Authors: 
Mark A. Bennett
Authors: 
Kalunde P. Sibuga
Authors: 
Amon P. Maerere
Publisher: 
African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development
Year: 
2,015

Extending Harvest Duration in Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) with a Combination of Varieties, Row Spacings and Planting Systems

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A field experiment with 4 row spacings (60, 80, 100 and 120 cm) and 3 planting (Sole Krish, Sole Shivalika and Mixed) systems on tomato cv. Krish (Indeterminate) and Shivalika (Determinate) were laid out in Randomized Block Design (Factorial) with three replications. The results revealed that the 60 cm spacing and (50 % Krish + 50 % Shivalika) planting system in individual and interaction responded better with respect to fruit yield per unit area, harvest duration and economic returns due to greater crop biomass productions.

Authors: 
KS Sikawal
Authors: 
DK Sarolia
Authors: 
RL Bhardwaj
Authors: 
RA Kaushik
Authors: 
HK Jain
Authors: 
KD Ameta
Authors: 
RP Sharma
Publisher: 
Vegetable Science
Year: 
2,013

Blossom-End Rot and Calcium Nutrition of Pepper and Tomato

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Had the ancient Roman Empire not developed concrete and cement, the domed buildings, arched bridges and aqueducts we see today would not still give testimony to the Romans’ ingenuity or to the durability of a simple mineral: limestone. Although calcium (Ca) is well known as the main ingredient in limestone, it has also been used for building strong plant cell walls since long before man discovered its uses for lasting architecture.

Authors: 
Joshua L. Mayfield
Authors: 
William Terry Kelley
Publisher: 
University of Georgia Extension
Year: 
2,015

High Tunnel Tomato Production Basics

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Tomatoes are king in high tunnels. Tom Ford, Penn State Extension, explains a few best management practices for successful high tunnel tomatoes. 
 

Contents:

  1. Trellising
  2. Pruning
  3. Cluster thinning
  4. Leaf removal
  5. Spacing
Authors: 
Tom Ford
Publisher: 
PennState Extension
Year: 
2,016

L&M Company

Our vegetables are a 12-month program delivering supplies of a wide variety. We also offer contract pricing, custom packing, branding, consolidation and logistics. L&M’s Nogales, Arizona office operates year-round with vegetables, melons, grapes, and tomatoes from top Mexican growers.
Idaho is a big part of our program; but we also have red potatoes from the east coast, russets from Colorado and Washington, and onions from all regions.
Farm locations include: Florida, Washington, North Carolina, Colorado, Georgia, California, New York, and Mexico.

Location

Headquarters
2925 Huntleigh Drive
Raleigh, NC 27604
United States
Phone: +1 (919) 981.8000
Year: 
1,964
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