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Commercial greenhouse tomato production in Alberta /
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Commercial greenhouse tomato production in Alberta /

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Alternative: Tomato production.

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Publication info

Edmonton :Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, Information Packaging Centre,c2003.

Subjects

Alberta , Diseases and pests , Greenhouse management , Greenhouse plants , Tomatoes

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.101481

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Title

Commercial greenhouse tomato production in Alberta /

Title Variants:

Alternative: Tomato production.

By

Calpas, James.

Alberta. Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development.

Type

Book

Material

Published material

Publication info

Edmonton :Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, Information Packaging Centre,c2003.

Notes:

"AGDEX 257/15-2"

"The author wishes to give special recognition to Pat Cote, Scott Graham, and Lori Puchaillo, the other members of the Greenhouse Crops Team at the Crop Diversification Centre South in Brooks, whose technical expertise in greenhouse vegetable production in Alberta forms the basis for specific cultural recommendations."

"This manual was submitted in fulfillment of the course requirements for AFNS 603 (Graduate Reading Project) as part of the requirements of the Ph.D. program at the University of Alberta supervised by Dr. J.P. Tewari."

Subjects

Alberta , Diseases and pests , Greenhouse management , Greenhouse plants , Tomatoes

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635.583 C734 Tom 2003 AFFC

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English

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ISBN: 0773261575
OCLC: 52540706

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.101481

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