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Choosing cultivars of peas for harvesting dry



Choosing cultivars of peas for harvesting dry



Mededeling, Provinciaal Onderzoek en Voorlichtingscentrum voor Land en Tuinbouw Beitem Roeselare, Belgium (255): 4



Data are given on crop performance and yield components for 5 pea grown in 1982-85 at 2 sites on sandy loam. Differences in emergence were small; flowering duration was shortest in Maxi and longest in Solara; Solara was least susceptible to powdery mildew; many plants of Finale and Maxi were attacked by Peronospora viciae and Columba was slightly more susceptible to Botrytis cinerea. The semileafless Solara was least susceptible to lodging.

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