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Increasing resistance of Burley tobacco to wind load



Increasing resistance of Burley tobacco to wind load



Transactions of the ASAE 24(2): 500-502



The resistance of burley tobacco plants to wind load was shown to be substantially increased by transplanting the plants deeper into the soil or earthing up in a field trial subjected to a storm with a high wind load.

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