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Hints for the 1979 carrot harvest: first results of mechanical trimming and its effect on suitability for storage



Hints for the 1979 carrot harvest: first results of mechanical trimming and its effect on suitability for storage



Gartenbau 26(8): 231-233



The importance of observing the optimum harvest date and avoiding storage temperatures above 8 deg C is emphasized. Details are given of new mechanical topping equipment (KTE 1700) and data are tabulated on the influence of the length of foliage remaining on loss in storage from fungal diseases and on the incidence of neck rot (organisms not specified).

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