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Effect of weather and soil conditions and degree of ripeness of potato tubers on resistance to mechanical damage



Effect of weather and soil conditions and degree of ripeness of potato tubers on resistance to mechanical damage



Nauchnye Trudy, Institut Kartofel' nogo Khozyaistva (24): 124-130



In trials in 1972-4 with 2 potato cultivars in Belorussia, the mechanical damage to tubers during combine-harvesting depended on weather conditions; it increased with soil temperature of <10 deg C and moisture contents of <17 and >23%. Delay in harvesting from 12-15 to 25-27 Sept. decreased damage by 14% in Temp and by 9.5-10.5% in Kandidat.

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