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Determination of the optimal harvest time for once-over harvesting of autumn cauliflower


, : Determination of the optimal harvest time for once-over harvesting of autumn cauliflower. Acta Horticulturae (52): 77-81

In 3-year trials cauliflower cvs White Goal (1970-71) and Delira (1972), both with a relatively short harvesting period, were spaced from 22 000 to 50 000 plants/ha. The percentage of curds with a diameter >12 cm was taken as the harvest criterion. In each case curd quality decreased with increasing stand density. The optimum harvest criterion for a high density stand was about 70% (of curds with a diameter >12 cm) and for a low density stand about 80%.


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