The Role of Cultivated Plants of the Family Solanaceae in Agriculture

Azamatjon Muydinjonovich Ismatov, Sarvarjon Omonjon Ogli Toshmatov, Elbek Abdurahmon Ogli Shermamatov


The role of algae (Solanaceae) in the agriculture of our republic is great. Potatoes and tomatoes from cultivated plants belonging to the family Solanaceae occupy large areas around the world and in our republic. The weight and quality of the product obtained from them is also high. The average yield of tomatoes in the country is 253 ts/h, the average yield of potatoes is 198 ts/h.


Potatoes; Tomatoes; Ovaries; Family; Plant; Yield; Gross Yield; Food; Product

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