Introducción a la Tecnología de Injertos a la Industria de Tomate en la Florida: Beneficios Potenciales y Retos
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Ozores-Hampton, Monica, Xin Zhao, and Miriam Ortez. 2011. “Introducción a La Tecnología De Injertos a La Industria De Tomate En La Florida: Beneficios Potenciales Y Retos: HS1187/HS1187, 12/2010”. EDIS 2011 (1). Gainesville, FL.


HS1187, a 7-page illustrated fact sheet by Monica Ozores-Hampton, Xin Zhao, and Miriam Ortez, describes benefits and risks of using grafting technology in tomato production. Includes references. Published by the UF Department of Horticultural Sciences, December 2010.

HS1187/HS1187: Introducción a la Tecnología de Injertos a la Industria de Tomate en la Florida: Beneficios Potenciales y Retos (
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