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Issue 15 (6) 2016 pp. 61–68

Joanna Majkowska-Gadomska, Artur Dobrowolski, Emilia Mikulewicz

EFFECT OF A MYCORRHIZAL INOCULUM ON THE YIELDING AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF FRUIT FOUR CULTIVARS OF TOMATO

Abstract: The objective of the study was to determine the yield and chemical composition of the fruits of four tomato cultivars‘Growdena F1’, ‘Torero F1’, ‘Listell F1’ and ‘Mamirio F1’ grown in coir fibre inoculated with mycorrhizal fungi of the genus Glomus. The mycorrhizal inoculum was applied directly to the coir fibre, at 20 g per m2. The content of dry matter, total sugars, reducing sugars, L-ascorbic acid and organic acids (expressed as malic acid) in tomato fruit was determined. The total and marketable yields of tomato fruits were influenced by the cultivar the highest yields were abtained from plants of ‘Torrero F1’ cv. and lowest yields produceal plants of‘Mamirio F1’ cv. Tomato plants that received the mycorrhizal inoculum, except cv. ‘Torero F1’, produced higher yields than control plants. The fruit of cv. ‘Mamirio F1’ had the highest content of dry matter, total sugars, reducing sugars and L-ascorbic acid, nitrates and the lewest weight of fruit.
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Keywords: dry matter, sugars, organic acids, fertigation, coir fibre, inoculum.

For citation:

MLA Majkowska-Gadomska, Joanna, et al. "EFFECT OF A MYCORRHIZAL INOCULUM ON THE YIELDING AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF FRUIT FOUR CULTIVARS OF TOMATO." Acta Sci.Pol. Hortorum Cultus 15.6 (2016): 15.
APA Majkowska-Gadomska, J., Dobrowolski, A., & Mikulewicz, E. (2016). EFFECT OF A MYCORRHIZAL INOCULUM ON THE YIELDING AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF FRUIT FOUR CULTIVARS OF TOMATO. Acta Sci.Pol. Hortorum Cultus 15 (6), 15.
ISO 690 MAJKOWSKA-GADOMSKA, Joanna, DOBROWOLSKI, Artur, MIKULEWICZ, Emilia. EFFECT OF A MYCORRHIZAL INOCULUM ON THE YIELDING AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF FRUIT FOUR CULTIVARS OF TOMATO. Acta Sci.Pol. Hortorum Cultus, 2016, 15.6: 15.
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