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Effect of time of digging on incidence of Fusarium rot in tulip bulbs

, : Effect of time of digging on incidence of Fusarium rot in tulip bulbs. Acta Horticulturae (47): 119-123

Apparently healthy bulbs of the Paul Richter, selected from a heavily diseased stock, were planted on 23 August 1971, harvested in 1972 on 20 April, 4 May, 18 May, 1 June or 15 June, replanted on 29 August 1972 and harvested on 14 June 1973. The best production of flowers and healthy bulbs in 1973 was from bulbs dug on 4 May 1972. Taking the 4 May yield as 100%, the percentage by weight of healthy bulbs for the dates in sequence were 73%, 100%, 87%, 73% and 59%.

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