A Low Input, Sustainable Production System for Fresh Market Tomatoes
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How to Cite

Rich, Jim, Fred Rhoads, and Steve Olson. 2008. “A Low Input, Sustainable Production System for Fresh Market Tomatoes: ENY-678/EP128, Rev. 5/2008”. EDIS 2008 (6). Gainesville, FL. https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-ep128-2008.


Revised! ENY-678, a 6-page illustrated fact sheet by Jim Rich, Fred Rhoads and Steve Olson, describes a system using disease resistant plant cultivars and sod-based rotation systems to replace or augment chemical alternatives to methyl bromide. Includes references. Published by the UF Department of Entomology and Nematology, May 2008.



Chellemi, D. O., F. M. Rhoads, S. M. Olson, J. R. Rich, D. Murray, G. Murray, and D. M. Sylvia. 1999. An alternative, low input production system for fresh market tomato. American Journal of Alternative Agriculture 14:59-68. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0889189300008080

Rhoads, F. M., S. M. Olson, J. R. Rich, and D. O. Chellemi. 1998. Strip-till tomato in bahiagrass: Management of fertility and grass in middles. Florida Agricultural Conference and Trade Show Proceedings pp. 38-41.