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A contribution to the study of blossom-end rot of tomatoes


, : A contribution to the study of blossom-end rot of tomatoes. Anal. Inst. Cerc. agron., Romin., Ser. C, 1960. 27: 327-53. bibl. 21

As a result of the investigation described here it is concluded that blossom-end rot is not of bacterial but of physiological origin, and is due to defective water uptake occasioned by climatic or edaphic conditions.

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