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Studies on the comparative morphological characters and yield of seven varieties of sweet-potato



Studies on the comparative morphological characters and yield of seven varieties of sweet-potato



Bangladesh Horticulture 1(2): 37-44



In a field trial in Bangladesh from Nov. 1971 to Apr. '72 the sweet potato Nancy Hall, Porto Rico, Centennial, A.U. Selection No.2, White Local, Pelican Processor and Julian yielded 196.98, 201.43, 200.00, 222.06, 186.00, 198.00 and 196.98 maunds tubers/ac, respectively.

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