Data from: Distantly related crops are not better rotation partners for tomato

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By Kathryn Ingerslew1, Ian Kaplan1

Purdue University

Data includes results from a greenhouse study that determined the effect of soil conditioning by 36 plant species on subsequent tomato growth. It also determined the effect on the tomato herbivore, the tobacco hornworm.

Version 1.0 - published on 20 Mar 2018 doi:10.4231/R7B856BC - cite this Archived on 20 Apr 2018

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  • Ingerslew, Kathryn S., Kaplan, Ian, (2018), "Distantly related crops are not better rotation partners for tomato", Journal of Applied Ecology, 55, 5: pg: 2506-2516, 7. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.13156.

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