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Correct storage and investigating storage conditions of potatoes in relation to cultivar and storage method



Correct storage and investigating storage conditions of potatoes in relation to cultivar and storage method



Productia Vegetala, Horticultura 32(10): 14-16



Tubers are stored for 6-8 months after harvest; reducing mechanical injury at harvest and mechanical sorting of tubers to eliminate diseased and damaged tubers is essential before storage. Storage in macrosilos or mechanically ventilated warehouses necessitates correct temp. and humidity, the precise conditions dependent on the stage of storage. Different will be affected differently during storage, depending on characteristics, disease resistance etc.

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