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Physiological basis of potato crop yield: principles



Physiological basis of potato crop yield: principles



Potato seed production for tropical Africa: 13-16



Parameters, e.g. CGR and NAR, recoverable biological yield and DM production efficiency, which influence potato yields are defined with reference to LAI, LAR and the DM yield of any plant organ.

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