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Influence of cultivars and of climatic conditions on yield and quality of carrot


, : Influence of cultivars and of climatic conditions on yield and quality of carrot. Acta Horticulturae (52): 239-252

Of the 10 cvs studied Duwicker and Flakkeer 151 gave the highest yields. The highest total carotene content was noted in the cvs D-95, Amager 23 and Amsterdam.

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