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Horizontal transplanting of sweet potatoes

Horizontal transplanting of sweet potatoes

Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (82-1023): 19 pp

A commercially available transplanter was modified for horizontal transplanting of sweet potatoes. Field results for 2 successive yr indicated that the horizontal transplanting of longer slips of Jewel cv sweet potatoes outyielded the regular slips transplanted by a conventional transplanter by 36% and 63% respectively.

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