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CA storage of celeriac

, : CA storage of celeriac. Acta Horticulturae (62): 109-118

After tubers of two varieties had been stored at four levels of carbon dioxide, those of Volltreffer were found to contain more dry matter, to be less sensitive to carbon dioxide and less susceptible to rotting than were tubers of Neckarland.

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