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Among the nineteen different hybrids of tomato evaluated in field conditions at
Pithoragarh (India) the hybrid DAHL·304 recorded the highest yield i.e. 419.15 q/ha foUowed
by DAHL·303 (385.00 q/ha) which may be recommended as most suitable genotypes for the
central Himalayan conditions.