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Response of potato varieties to dormancy-breaking chemicals at Shillong



Response of potato varieties to dormancy-breaking chemicals at Shillong



Central Potato Research Institute, Simla, India: India, Central Potato Research Institute, Simla: 25th scientific report for the year 1974: 39



Freshly-harvested seed tubers of 3 potato cultivars were treated with 50-100 ml carbon disulphide/100 kg tubers, 1% GA or 3% ethylene chlorhydrin for breaking dormancy. Cultivar SLB/Z 434 showed the best response to the treatments in terms of breaking dormancy and increasing tuber yields.

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