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Studies on prevention of bolting in umbelliferous vegetables. IV. Prevention of bolting of carrots grown in a plastic tunnel



Studies on prevention of bolting in umbelliferous vegetables. IV. Prevention of bolting of carrots grown in a plastic tunnel



Research Bulletin of the Aichi Ken Agricultural Research Center, B Horticulture (No9): 1-5



The bolting ratio at harvest time was lower in carrots covered by a plastic tunnel during the day and in those covered all day and all night, than in those not covered during the day.

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