Tomato is a warm-season crop. The crop does well under an average monthly temperature of 21 to 23 Degree C. Temperature and light intensity affect the plants. Long dry spell and heavy rainfall both are bad for growth and fruiting. Tomato is grown in practically all types of soils from light sandy to heavy clay. A well drained, fairly light fertile loam with a good moisture holding capacity is ideal for growing a good crop of tomato. Tomatoes do best in a soil that has a soil reaction from pH 6.0 to 7.0. Tomato fields need very careful irrigation that is just sufficient water at the right time. It is necessary to maintain an even moisture supply in the land. Andhra Pradesh is the leader in tomato production followed by Karnataka, Orissa, West Bengal, Bihar, Gujrat, Maharshtra, Chattisgarh, Tamil Nadu and Jharkhand. The tomato market in Pimpalgaon, Nasik district is the biggest tomato market in Asia, which transports tomato to many states of the India. The districts having large acerages of land of tomato cultivation are Nasik, Ahmednagar, Pune, Sholapur, Satara, Sangli, Nagpur, Kolar, Banglore, Belgaum, Kurnool, Rangareddy, Prakasam, Mehboobnagar. Muzzaffarpur, Vaishali, Mandya, Puralia, Nadia, Bankura, Burdhman, Dharmapuri, Salem, Valsad, Surat, Navsari, Kheda and Ahmedabad.

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