Growing Greenhouse Tomatoes in Ohio. [SB-19].

By: Brooks, William M.

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Quarto, paperbound (stiff, stapled, full-color photo. illus. light green wrappers), 46 pp. Near-Fine, with slight rubbing to covers and very light foxing (age darkened spotting). Content Headings: Locating a Greenhouse; Selecting and Constructing the Greenhouse; Glass Substitutes; Heating; Varieties (Cultivars); Seedage; Sanitation; Plant Growing; Cropping Plans; Soluble Salts; Soil Testing; Soil Management ahead of Planting; pH and Lime; Planting the Crop; Major Elements (Macronutrients); Defects, Disorders and Plant Characteristics; Minor Elements (Micronutrients); Effects of Steaming the Soil upon Essential Nutrients; Application of Fertilizer in the Irrigation Water; Methods for Indicating the Quantity of Nutrient Elements within the Plants; Manures in Relation to Greenhouse Tomato Production; Other Soil Amendments; Basic Fertilizer Program for Fall and Spring Crops; Care of Crop after Planting; Hydrophonic Culture in Greenhouse Production; Ring Culture Method of Greenhouse Production; Use of Straw Bales in Greenhouse Tomato Production; Physiological Disorders and Other Fruit Defects; Harvesting and Marketing.

Title: Growing Greenhouse Tomatoes in Ohio. [SB-19].

Author Name: Brooks, William M.

Location Published: The Ohio State University Cooperative Extension Service, n.d.

Categories: Agriculture

Seller ID: ess4644