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Farm-Scale Processing Tomato Production Using Surface and Subsurface Drip Irrigation and Fertigation

Show simple item record Tan, C.S. en_US Zhang, T.Q. en_US Reynolds, W.D. en_US Warner, J. en_US Drury, C.F. en_US
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dc.coverage.spatial Harrow, Ontario en_US 2014-04-11T17:28:09Z 2014-04-11T17:28:09Z 2004 en_US 2004 en_US 2004 en_US
dc.description.abstract Processing tomatoes were grown on two commercial fields: one comprising 16 acres on the loamy sand and the other comprising about 5 acres on the clay loam soil. The objectives of the study were to determine the effects of surface and subsurface drip irrigation and fertigation on yield, quality, water and nutrient use efficacy of processing tomatoes on commercial scale. The treatments included the non-irrigated control plots with broadcast fertilizer and surface and subsurface drip irrigated plots, both with broadcast fertilizer and fertigation. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship Ontario Tomato Research Institute en_US
dc.description.sponsorship Ontario Processing Vegetable Growers en_US
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dc.publisher Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada en_US
dc.subject broadcast fertilizer en_US
dc.subject subsurface drip irrigation en_US
dc.subject surface drip irrigation en_US
dc.subject fertigation en_US
dc.subject tomatoes en_US
dc.title Farm-Scale Processing Tomato Production Using Surface and Subsurface Drip Irrigation and Fertigation en_US
dc.type report en_US
dc.rights.holder Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada en_US
dc.contributor.affiliation Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Greenhouse and Processing Crops Research Centre, Harrow en_US
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