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dc.rights.licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0es_MX
dc.contributorPablo Preciado Rangel
dc.creatorLilia Salas Pérez
dc.date.accessioned2018-04-10T01:33:01Z-
dc.date.available2018-04-10T01:33:01Z-
dc.identifier.urihttp://ri.ujat.mx//handle/20.500.12107/1031-
dc.descriptionThe objective of this study was to determine the proportion of sand, solarized manure, vermicompost and soil capable of increasing tomato fruit yield and lycopene content. The treatments were: T1: 80 % Sand- 20 % Vermicompost (SV), T2: 80 % Sand- 20 % Solarized manure (SSM1), T3: 80 % Sand - 20 % Pelite ?Steiner solution (SPSS), T4: 80 % Sand- 5 % Soil - 15 % Vermicompost (SSoV), T5: 85 % Sand - 15 % Solarized manure (SSM2) and T6: 80 % Sand - 5 % Soil - 15 % Solarized manure (SSoSM). The organic substrates T5, T4, T1 and the control (T3) obtained larger fruits and yields. The lycopene content in tomato fruits grown in the organic substrates was 26 % higher than that obtained in the control treatment. Organic fertilizers improve the nutraceutical quality of tomato fruits, without signi cantly degrading yield. 
dc.rightsinfo:eu-repo/semantics/openAccesses_MX
dc.titleYield and nutraceutical quality of tomato fruits in organic substrates
dc.creator.oneJosé Luis García Hernández
dc.creator.twoCandido Márquez Hernández
dc.creator.threeManuel Fortis Hernández
dc.creator.fourJosue Raymundo Estrada Arellano
dc.creator.fiveJuan Ramón Esparza Rivera
Appears in Collections:Vol. 4, Núm. 10 (2017)

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