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The tomato crop is subject to many hazards. Pests, diseases and adverse environmental conditions are frequently encountered and must be overcome. This bulletin has been prepared to give growers, whether they be experienced or new to tomato culture, an outline of the more important cultural practices involved in producing satisfactory crops. Common diseases and pests are described and where possible recommendations for their control are given.
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Tomatoes, Seedlings, Commercial production, Irrigation, Weed control, Nutrients, Cultivation, Western Australia
Fruit Science | Horticulture
Fallon, J P, and Kooyman, W H. (1971), Commercial production of tomatoes in Western Australia. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Bulletin 3804.
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