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Residues of commercial sprout suppressants in potatoes



Residues of commercial sprout suppressants in potatoes



UK, ARC Food Research Institute: Biennial report 1977 and 1978: 37-38



Potato Record and Pentland Crown tubers were treated with radioactive chlorpropham and stored for 6 months at 10 deg C with controlled ventilation. Loss by volatilization was small, no recognizable metabolic product was detected in the tubers and most of the chlorpropham was recovered unchanged at the end of storage, though some was bound in soil and peel.

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