AS  Vol.6 No.12 , December 2015
Simulaccion Processes of a Mathematical Model to Determine the Growth of Tomato under Plastic Cover
ABSTRACT
The tomato is one of the horticultural crops of the greatest economic value; for this reason, flexibility of management is usable. The population density in a crop of vegetables is determined by the distance between the plants and so it is necessary to choose the number of plants per square meter since the saturation of plants will lead to competition between sunlight, nutrients and weed. The objective of this work is to make the appropriate investigation for the use of the model proposed in order to describe the growth of tomato in greenhouse to high density of two plants per container to two bunches per plant, resulting in eight plants per square meter to grow, by means of a simulator of growth by computer. Of this work, it is concluded that it is possible to use the model to describe the growth of plants, and in the near future it will be possible to develop a simulator by computer of the growth of these crops in order to improve their quality and increase their production.

Cite this paper
Marín Vaca, L. , Domínguez Patiño, M. , Lara Ruiz, N. and Aguilar Cortes, M. (2015) Simulaccion Processes of a Mathematical Model to Determine the Growth of Tomato under Plastic Cover. Agricultural Sciences, 6, 1532-1537. doi: 10.4236/as.2015.612146.
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