EFFECTS OF ORGANIZED SOIL CULTIVATION ON YIELD AND QUALITY OF TOMATO IN GREENHOUSE

Z.B. Zhang, C.X. He
Organized soil cultivation is a kind of culture that mixed by decomposed agricultural waste such as corn stalk, wheat straw, mushroom residue or saw dust, decomposed manure and soil in definite ratio. In this experiment, 10 treatments of organized soil mixture were conducted to cultivate tomato in greenhouse. The results showed that the yield and quality of tomato in most of organized soil treatments were increased than soil control. The better formulas of organized soil mixture for greenhouse tomato had been selected as T2, T6 and T8, which were made from organic manure and soil, corn straw and sawdust or mushroom residue according the ratio of 1:2:1. In these treatments, the yield of tomato increased 24% more than that of soil control, the quality of tomato fruit also increased.
Zhang, Z.B. and He, C.X. (2005). EFFECTS OF ORGANIZED SOIL CULTIVATION ON YIELD AND QUALITY OF TOMATO IN GREENHOUSE. Acta Hortic. 691, 305-312
DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2005.691.35
https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2005.691.35
Greenhouse, tomato, organized soil, agricultural waste, fruit yield, quality
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Acta Horticulturae