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The effect of different hardening conditions on head cabbage and cauliflower transplants

The effect of different hardening conditions on head cabbage and cauliflower transplants

Zapiski Leningradskogo S Kh Instituta 292: 34-39

Transplants of both crops hardened in the open were characterized by lower fresh weight and a small leaf surface area but higher sugar and dry matter contents compared with transplants hardened under well-ventilated plastic-covered greenhouses.

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