Edition: 2

Edited by Ep Heuvelink
Paper: 978 1 78064 193 5 / $75.00
Published: September 2018  

Publisher: CABI
390 pp., 6 1/8" x 9 1/5"
full-color photos throughout

Series: Crop Production Science in Horticulture
This new edition of a successful, practical book provides a comprehensive and accessible overview of all aspects of the production of the tomato crop, within the context of the global tomato industry. Tomatoes are one of the most important horticultural crops in both temperate and tropical regions and this book explores our current knowledge of the scientific principles underlying their biology and production.

Tomatoes, second edition, covers genetics and breeding, developmental processes, crop growth and yield, fruit ripening and quality, irrigation and fertilization, crop protection, production in the open field, greenhouse production, and postharvest biology and handling. It has been updated to: reflect advances in the field, such as developments in molecular plant breeding and crop yields; include a new chapter on organic tomato production; and present photos in full color throughout.

Authored by an international team of experts, this book is essential for growers, extension workers, industry personnel, horticulture students, and lecturers involved in the production of tomatoes.

Table of Contents:
1: The Global Tomato Industry
2: Genetics and Breeding
3: Developmental Processes
4: Crop Growth and Yield
5: Fruit Quality
6: Irrigation and Fertilization
7: Crop Protection: Pest and Disease Management
8: Production in Open Field
9: Greenhouse Tomato Production
10: Postharvest Biology and Handling
11: Organic Tomato

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