The Effect of Fertalization and Climate Conditions on the Morphological Characteristics on Industrial Thomatoes

  • Vasil Kocevski
  • Sasa Mitrev
  • Dusan Spasov
  • Dragica Spasova

Abstract

Since 1998 - 2000 year, on the field of Institute of Southern crops - Strumica, on alluvial soil with neutral soil reaction, needy reserve with humus and nitrogenous, middle reserve with phosphorus and potassium, has been investigated the middle dose of NPK fertilization , adequate quantities of Mn and Zn, and their effect on the morphological characteristics of industrial tomatoes, variety AT - 14-70. The results have been showed that the variant 5 with N100P100K100 + 1% Mn + 1%Zn = 625 kg/ha NPK + 185 kg/ha Uras - 27% N, in two feedings, had the best effect on morphological traits. The mineral fertilizers have increased the mass of the fruit on the average of three years - 102,82% to 112,61%. The fertilized variants gave fruits with 166,50 g - 179,00 g weight in better years, but in the worst climatic conditions the weight of the fruit was between 108,98 g and 120,38 g (1998) or on the average of 145,62 g.The fertilization mainly, did not have attached sufficient to other morphological characteristics on industrial tomatoes, variety AT - 14-70.
Published
Apr 25, 2013
How to Cite
KOCEVSKI, Vasil et al. The Effect of Fertalization and Climate Conditions on the Morphological Characteristics on Industrial Thomatoes. Journal of Agriculture and Plant Sciences, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, p. pp.15-21, apr. 2013. ISSN 2545-4455. Available at: <http://js.ugd.edu.mk/index.php/YFA/article/view/368>. Date accessed: 02 apr. 2020.
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