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Vol. 13 No. 2, Issue of March 15, 2010
 


Table 4. Mean fresh weight and mean yield of tomato fruits per plant of tomato plants cv. Fortaleza.

 

Strain used in treatment

Mean fresh weight

Mean field of tomato fruits

 

Total

Roots

1st quality

2nd quality

3rd quality

 

(g)

(g)

T1 (Th12A10.1)

1227,2

a

71,4

a

1.408

b

252

a

20

a

T2 (ThF2-1)

1366,9

a

87,4

a

1.548

a

b

213

a

14

a

T3 (Th12A10.1)1

1172,4

a

69,5

a

1.585

a

b

256

a

8

a

T4 (ThF2-1)1

1463,4

a

91,6

a

1.685

a

b

317

a

26

a

T5 (Commercial Product)

1508,9

a

95,4

a

1.685

a

b

317

a

26

a

T6 (Commercial Product)2

1441,4

a

90,1

a

1.825

a

224

a

8

a

T7 (Methyl bromide)

1302,8

a

85,4

a

1.281

c

178

a

12

a

T8 (Control)

1307,2

a

85,8

a

1.745

a

274

a

14

a

11,7 g pellets/plant inside the planting whole in pre-transplant inoculation, 1.7 g pellets/plant around the crown in each post-transplant inoculation.
2The commercial product (Trichonativa) was applied in watering [5 cc / L, for pre-transplant and 1 L / Ha for post-transplant as recommended by the manufacturer, Bioinsumos Nativa S.A.]. Different letters in lines within the same cultivar and plant parameter measured, indicate significant differences after analysis of data by ANDEVA and further analysis by Tukey’s test at p ≤ 0.05.

 

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