"Microclimate modification using eco-friendly nets and floating row covers improves tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) yield and quality for small holder farmers in East Africa"
written by Mwanarusi Saidi, Elisha O. Gogo, Francis M. Itulya, Thibaud Martin, Mathieu Ngouajio,
published by Agricultural Sciences, Vol.4 No.11, 2013
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