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Effects of age of transplants on hot pepper (Capsicum sinense)


, : Effects of age of transplants on hot pepper (Capsicum sinense). Acta Horticulturae (53): 43-48

Better plant growth and higher yields were obtained from capsicum plants transplanted 5-6 weeks after pricking out than from those transplanted 7 weeks after pricking out.

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