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Research on Chinese cabbage under glass



Research on Chinese cabbage under glass



Groenten en Fruit 37(20): 28-29



Brief descriptions are given of the characteristics of Sunkiss, Granaat, Granado, WR Green 60 and Nagaoka Early cvs and selections, with data on their keeping quality at 12 deg and 20 deg C. Granaat kept best, followed by Granado. In a greenhouse trial with several Chinese cabbage cvs, covering the ground with light-reflecting material increased average yields from 7.3 to 7.9 kg/m2. Data are also presented on the cropping and head weights of 12 cvs.

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