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Burley mechanization. Part I. Effects of various amounts of priming on yield, price, value and leaf alkaloids

Burley mechanization. Part I. Effects of various amounts of priming on yield, price, value and leaf alkaloids

Tobacco International 188(12): 144-147

In a series of field experiments conducted during 1982-84 it was determined that priming the lower quarter of the stalk of burley tobacco increased yield by about 5% over the conventional stalk cutting method. Priming the lower three quarters of the stalk increased yield by 11%. In contrast, the av. price for the primed leaf decreased as the amount of primed leaf increased from 2% when one quarter of the leaves were primed to 4% when three quarters of the leaves were primed.

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