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Relation between growth conditions and dormancy of seed potatoes. 2. Effects of temperature

, : Relation between growth conditions and dormancy of seed potatoes. 2. Effects of temperature. Potato Research 35(4): 365-375

In 2 indoor experiments under short day conditions, the effect of temperature during tuber bulking on dormancy of tubers was investigated for potatoes Diamant and Desiree. Temperature treatments started after tuber initiation and lasted for 4 weeks, after which the haulm was removed.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02357593

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