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Differential reaction of cultivars to gradually declining irrigation rates or interruptions in irrigation



Differential reaction of cultivars to gradually declining irrigation rates or interruptions in irrigation



American Potato Journal 63(8): 433



Potatoes Lemhi, Nooksack and Russet Burbank were compared under gradually-declining irrigation rates which applied 65, 80 or 100% normal rates between 21 June and 24 Sept. in 1984 and 1985. The effects of two 10-day interruptions in irrigation at tuber set or at bulking were also studied.

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