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Estimation of the raising temperature at time of bolting of Chinese cabbage


Acta Horticulturae ( 267): 297-303
Estimation of the raising temperature at time of bolting of Chinese cabbage
In Chinese cabbage, a minimum raising temperature of 18 degrees C is considered necessary to avoid bolting. In order to establish whether, in commercial production, bolting in Chinese cabbage was initiated before or after transplanting, to settle disputes between the grower and the transplant supplier, 13 early and mid-early cultivars were raised at temperatures of 2, 14, 18 and 22 degrees C. Transplanting was carried out when the plants weighed about 1 g and had 6 leaves >1 cm (13 Apr.).


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