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Response of flue-cured tobacco varieties to different levels of topping



Response of flue-cured tobacco varieties to different levels of topping



Tobacco News 8(5): 12-13



Twelve cultivars were studied for yield and other characters in 1982-83 with 4 topping treatments. Cultivar differences were significant for every character except green leaf yield and leaf thickness at the fifth priming. The cultivar X topping interaction was not significant for any character.

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