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Olaniyi, J.O. and Fagbayide, J.A. (1999) Performance of Eight Fl Hybrid Cabbage (Brassica olerácea L.) Varieties in the Southern Guinea Savanna Zone of Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics, 1, 4-10.

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  • TITLE: Yield and Fruit Quality of Tomato as Influenced by Calcium and Mulching in Rooftop Cultivation

    AUTHORS: Md. Abul Kalam Azad, Mohammad Shafiqul Islam, Md. Isrfil Hossen, Touria El-Jaoual Eaton

    KEYWORDS: Tomato Varieties, Calcium Treatment, Rice Straw, Mulching Practices and Yield

    JOURNAL NAME: Agricultural Sciences, Vol.10 No.7, July 18, 2019

    ABSTRACT: The experiment conducted in containers known as pot placed on rooftop of a building using noncalcareous grey terrace soil was carried out from October, 2012 to March, 2013 at Kazla, Motihar, Rajshahi, Bangladesh to investigate the influences of calcium and mulching practices on yield and fruit quality of tomato. The study was laid out in a split-split plot design with three replications. The trials comprised three factors: 1) three tomato varieties viz, BARI F1Tomato-5, BARI F1Tomato-6 and BARI F1Tomato-7; 2) four levels of calcium (Ca) treatment (40 ppm, 60 ppm, 80 ppm, 120 ppm) and 3) mulching practices. Results of the experiment revealed that fresh yield of tomato was significantly increased by applying mulching practices due to conservation of soil moisture by mulches and therefore, reduced Ca-deficiency symptoms. The highest number of fruits per plant and fresh yield were obtained from the variety BARI F1Tomato-5. The same trend of yield and yield contributing parameters were likely to be better by using T3treatment (80 ppm) than those of other treatments. In contrast, BARI F1Tomato-7 variety in control treatment without mulching practice gave poor quality and yield of tomato. Results suggested that BARI F1Tomato-5 variety receiving 80 ppm calcium treatment with mulching condition exposed better quality, yield and yield contributing characters of tomato. However, the T3treatment (80 ppm) with mulching would be recommended as the best combination to grow BARI F1Tomato-5 for the farmers in Bangladesh.