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Effects of different harvesting times and maturation periods on yield of shallot (Allium cepa var. ascalonicum) on peat



Effects of different harvesting times and maturation periods on yield of shallot (Allium cepa var. ascalonicum) on peat



MARDI Research Bulletin 14(2): 120-124



The optimum time to harvest (of Indian Rose) was 70 days after planting, coinciding with 95% lodging and browning of leaves. Yields were reduced by rotting at 98 days after planting. Bulbs harvested 56 days after planting were still immature and gave lower yields when planted than bulbs harvested 70 days after planting. The percentage of white tip disorder was not affected by bulb maturity.

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