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Methods of controlling carrot and onion diseases under storage conditions

Acta Horticulturae (38): 397-410

Methods of controlling carrot and onion diseases under storage conditions

The results are given of 5-year trials on the effect of various cultural treatments on the storage quality of 36 carrot cvs stored at 0-1 deg C. When carrots were grown after carrots the incidence of rotting (mainly Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) increased in each succeeding year; rotting was least when carrots were rotated with clover or beet. Differential effects of various levels of N, P and K on storage quality were slight, the optimum NPK ratio being 34:18:48.

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