Depth, Weight, and Volume of Tomato Roots (Solanum lycopersicon) cv. Piedro in Greenhouse Conditions

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Manuel Alfredo Hernández Victoria, Ph.D.
Modesto Salvador Ponce Hernández, Ph.D.
Sabás Álvarez Montalvo, M.Sc.
Mara Armas Recio, Eng.

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This research was done to determine the distribution of the root system of tomatoes as a way to perform more accurate agrotechnical conditions. It was conducted in San Pedro Pinampiro Canton, province of Imbadura, Ecuador, between July 10, 2015, and the second fortnight of January 2016. Monoliths were used to determine root distribution, considering the diameter, length, mass, and volume of roots between 0.10 and 0.40 m. The largest root volume was found in the 0-10 m deep profile.

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Hernández Victoria, M., Ponce Hernández, M., Álvarez Montalvo, S., & Armas Recio, M. (2018). Depth, Weight, and Volume of Tomato Roots (Solanum lycopersicon) cv. Piedro in Greenhouse Conditions. Agrisost, 24(2), 110-114. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.reduc.edu.cu/index.php/agrisost/article/view/2702
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Manejo Sostenible de Tierras