Guía de fertilización en California

UC Davis
Una colaboración entre CDFA, FREP y UC Davis
 
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Tomate Procesado

The fertilization guidelines on this site have been redesigned to be compliant with AB434. The guidelines in the traditional design with the latest updates can be found on the UC Davis Nutrient Management website .

Referencias

Nitrógeno

  1. de C. Carmello, Q.A., Anti G.R., 2006. Accumulation of nutrients and growth of processing Tomate. Acta Horticulturae 724, 85-90.Elia, A., Conversa, G., 2012. Agronomic and physiological responses of a Tomate crop to nitrogen input. European Journal of Agronomy 40, 64-74.
  2. Elia, A., Conversa, G., 2012. Agronomic and physiological responses of a Tomate crop to nitrogen input. European Journal of Agronomy 40, 64-74.
  3. Hammami, M., Daghari, H., 2007. Tomate root’s distribution and water uptake: contribution for trickle irrigation management. Acta Horticulturae 758, 227-234.
  4. Hartz, T.K, Bottoms, T.G., 2009. Nitrogen requirements of drip-irrigated Tomate Procesado. HortScience 44, 1988–1993.
  5. Hartz, T.K., Hanson, B., 2009. Drip irrigation and fertigation management of processing Tomate . University of California Vegetable Research and Information Center.
  6. Hartz, T.K., Miyao, E.M, Valencia, J.G., 1998. DRIS evaluation of the nutritional status of processing Tomate. HortScience 33, 830-832.
  7. Hartz, T.K., Giannini, C., Miyao, E.M., Valencia, J.G., 2002. Divergent transplant production practices produce comparable growth, yield, and quality of Tomate Procesado. HortScience 37, 296-299.
  8. Hartz, T.K., Miyao, G., Mickler, J., LeStrange, M., Stoddard, S., Nunez, J., Aegerter B., 2008. Processing Tomate production in California. University of California Publication 7228.
  9. Jones Jr., J.B., 2008. Tomate Plant Culture in the Field, Greenhouse and Home Garden. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
  10. Krueskopf, H.H., Mitchell, J.P., Hartz, T.K., May, D.M., Miyao, E.M., Cahn, M.D., 2002. Presidedress soil nitrate testing identifies processing Tomate fields not requiring sidedress N fertilizer. HortScience 37, 520-524.
  11. Lorenz, O.A., Tyler, K.B., 1976. Plant tissue analysis of vegetable crops. In: Reisenauer, H.M. (Ed.). Soil and Plant-Tissue Testing in California. University of California, Division of Agricultural Sciences, Bulletin 1879. pp. 24-29.
  12. Machado, R.M.A., Oliveira, M.R.G., 2005. Tomate root distribution, yield and fruit quality under different subsurface drip irrigation regimes and depths. Irrigation Science 24, 15–24.
  13. May, D., Mitchell, J., 2001. Soil testing to optimize nitrogen management for Tomate Procesado. FREP Final Report.
  14. Maynard, D.N., Hochmuth, G.J., 2007. Knott’s Handbook for Vegetable Growers. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ.
  15. Miyao, G., 2002. Fertilizer guidelines for Tomate Procesado. Vegetable Crop Facts Merced and Madera County.
  16. Tan, X.W., Ikeda, H., Oda, M., 1999. Absorption, translocation, and assimilation of foliar-applied urea compared with nitrate and ammonium in Tomate plants. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 45, 609-616.
  17. Wittwer, S.H., Bukavac, M.J., Tuckey, H.B., 1963. Advances in foliar feeding of plant nutrients. In: McVickar, M.H., Bridger, G.L., Nelson, L.B. (Eds.). Fertilizer Technology and Usage. Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI. pp. 429-455.
  18. Wilcox, G.E., 1993. Tomate. In: Bennett, W.F. (Ed.). Nutrient Deficiencies and Toxicities in Crop Plants. APS Press, St. Paul, MN. pp. 137-141.

Fosforo

  1. Bergmann, W., 1992. Nutritional Disorders of Plants: Development, Visual and Analytical Diagnosis. Gustav Fischer Verlag, New York.
  2. Blatt, C.R., McRae, K.B., 1986. Effect of irrigation and nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium rate and placement on Tomate fruit yield and size. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 66, 653-660.
  3. Chrsitou, M., Dumas, Y., Dimirkou, A., Vassiliou, Z., 1999. Nutrient uptake by processing Tomate in Greece. Acta Horticulturae 487, 219-223.
  4. de C. Carmello, Q.A., Anti G.R., 2006. Accumulation of nutrients and growth of processing Tomate. Acta Horticulturae 724, 85-90.
  5. Grubinger, V.P., Minotti, P.L., Wien, H.C., Turneti A.D., 1993. Tomate response to starter fertilizer, polyethylene mulch, and level of soil phosphorus. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 118, 212-216.
  6. Hammami, M., Daghari, H., 2007. Tomate root’s distribution and water uptake: contribution for trickle irrigation management. Acta Horticulturae 758, 227-234.
  7. Hartz, T., 2008. Efficient fertigation management for drip-irrigated Tomate Procesado. UCCE Vegetable Notes Fresno, Tulare and Kings Counties 4, 2-3.
  8. Hartz, T.K, Bottoms, T.G., 2009. Nitrogen requirements of drip-irrigated Tomate Procesado. HortScience 44, 1988–1993.
  9. Hartz, T.K., Hanson, B., 2009. Drip irrigation and fertigation management of processing Tomate . University of California Vegetable Research and Information Center.
  10. Hartz, T.K., Miyao, E.M, Valencia, J.G., 1998. DRIS evaluation of the nutritional status of processing Tomate. HortScience 33, 830-832.
  11. Hartz, T.K., Giannini, C., Miyao, E.M., Valencia, J.G., 2002. Divergent transplant production practices produce comparable growth, yield, and quality of Tomate Procesado. HortScience 37, 296-299.
  12. Hartz, T.K., Miyao, G., Mickler, J., LeStrange, M., Stoddard, S., Nunez, J., Aegerter B., 2008. Processing Tomate production in California. University of California Publication 7228.
  13. Hipp, B.W., 1970. Phosphorus requirements for Tomatees as influenced by placement. Agronomy Journal 62, 203-206.
  14. Jones Jr., J.B., 1998. Phosphorus toxicity in Tomate plants: when and how does it occur? Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 29, 1779-1784.
  15. Jones Jr., J.B., 2008. Tomate Plant Culture in the Field, Greenhouse and Home Garden. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
  16. Lorenz, O.A., Tyler, K.B., 1976. Plant tissue analysis of vegetable crops. In: Reisenauer, H.M. (Ed.). Soil and Plant-Tissue Testing in California. University of California, Division of Agricultural Sciences, Bulletin 1879. pp. 24-29.
  17. Machado, R.M.A., Oliveira, M.R.G., 2005. Tomate root distribution, yield and fruit quality under different subsurface drip irrigation regimes and depths. Irrigation Science 24, 15–24.
  18. Maynard, D.N., Hochmuth, G.J., 2007. Knott’s Handbook for Vegetable Growers. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ.
  19. Miyao, G., 2002. Fertilizer guidelines for Tomate Procesado. Vegetable Crop Facts Merced and Madera County .
  20. Mortley, D.G., Smith, C.B., Demchak, K.T., 1991. Fertilizer placement affects growth, fruit yield, and elemental concentrations and contents of Tomate plants. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 116, 659-662.
  21. UC IPM (University of California Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program), 2011. Fertilization. In: University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources (Ed.). Pest Management Guidelines: Tomate. Publication 3470. pp. 5-7.
  22. Wilcox, G.E., 1993. Tomate. In: Bennett, W.F. (Ed.). Nutrient Deficiencies and Toxicities in Crop Plants. APS Press, St. Paul, MN. pp. 137-141.

Potasio

  1. California Plant Health Association, 2002. Western Fertilizer Handbook 9th edition. Interstate Publishers, Inc.
  2. Csizinszky, A., 1999. Yield response of polyethylene mulched Tomate to potassium source and rate on sand, Journal of Plant Nutrition 22, 669-678.
  3. Hammami, M., Daghari, H., 2007. Tomate root’s distribution and water uptake: contribution for trickle irrigation management. Acta Horticulturae 758, 227-234.
  4. Hartz, T., 2002. Potassium requirements for Tomate Procesado. Vegetable Crop Facts Merced and Madera County .
  5. Hartz, T., 2008. Efficient fertigation management for drip-irrigated Tomate Procesado. UCCE Vegetable Notes Fresno, Tulare and Kings Counties 4, 2-3.
  6. Hartz, T.K, Bottoms, T.G., 2009. Nitrogen requirements of drip-irrigated Tomate Procesado. HortScience 44, 1988–1993.
  7. Hartz, T.K., Hanson, B., 2009. Drip irrigation and fertigation management of processing Tomate . University of California Vegetable Research and Information Center.
  8. Hartz, T., Miyao, E.M., 2005. Potassium fertility management for optimum Tomate yield and fruit color. FREP Final Report.
  9. Hartz, T.K., Miyao, E.M, Valencia, J.G., 1998. DRIS evaluation of the nutritional status of processing Tomate. HortScience 33, 830-832.
  10. Hartz, T.K., Miyao, E.M., Mullen, R.J., Cahn, M.D., Valencia, J., Brittan, K.L., 1999. Potassium requirements for maximum yield and fruit quality of processing Tomate. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 124, 199–204.
  11. Hartz, T.K., Miyao, E.M., Mullen, R.J., Cahn, M.D., 2001. Potassium fertilization effects on processing Tomate yield and fruit quality. Acta Horticulturae 542, 127-133.
  12. Hartz, T.K., Johnstone, P.R., Francis, D.M., Miyao, E.M., 2005. Processing Tomate yield and fruit quality improved with potassium fertigation. HortScience 40, 1862-1867.
  13. Jackson, L.E., Floración, A.J., 1990. Root distribution in relation to soil nitrogen availability in field-grown Tomatees. Plant and Soil 128, 115-126.
  14. Johnson Hake, S., Hake K.D., Kerby T.A., 1996. PreFloración decisions. In: Hake, S.J., Kerby T.A., Hake, K.D. (Eds.). Cotton Production Manual. University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Publication 3352. pp. 29-50.
  15. Jones Jr., J.B., 2008. Tomate Plant Culture in the Field, Greenhouse and Home Garden. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
  16. K+S KALI GmbH. Chloride tolerance of various crops.
  17. Lorenz, O.A., Tyler, K.B., 1976. Plant tissue analysis of vegetable crops. In: Reisenauer, H.M. (Ed.). Soil and Plant-Tissue Testing in California. University of California, Division of Agricultural Sciences, Bulletin 1879. pp. 24-29.
  18. Maas, E.V., 1990. Crop salt tolerance. In: Tanji, K.K. (Ed.). Agricultural Salinity Assessment and Management Manual. ASCE, New York. pp. 262-304.
  19. Machado, R.M.A., Oliveira, M.R.G., 2005. Tomate root distribution, yield and fruit quality under different subsurface drip irrigation regimes and depths. Irrigation Science 24, 15–24.
  20. Maynard, D.N., Hochmuth, G.J., 2007. Knott’s Handbook for Vegetable Growers. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ.
  21. Tanji, K.K., Kielen, N.C., 2002. Agricultural Drainage Water Management in Arid and Semi-Arid Areas. FAO Irrigation and Drainage Paper 61. FAO, Rome.
  22. UC IPM (University of California Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program), 2011. Fertilization. In: University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources (Ed.). Pest Management Guidelines: Tomate. Publication 3470. pp. 5-7.
  23. Wilcox, G.E., 1993. Tomate. In: Bennett, W.F. (Ed.). Nutrient Deficiencies and Toxicities in Crop Plants. APS Press, St. Paul, MN. pp. 137-141.
  24. Zhang, T.Q., Tan C.S., Liu K., 2009. Phosphorus and potassium application to Tomate Procesado grown with drip irrigation. Acta Horticulturae 823, 97-102.