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Relation between growth conditions and dormancy of seed potatoes. 3. Effects of light

, : Relation between growth conditions and dormancy of seed potatoes. 3. Effects of light. Potato Research 35(4): 377-387

In 3 field trials in 1988-90 near Wageningen, the effects were studied of the timing and level of shading during growth on the dormancy of progeny tubers of potatoes Diamant and Desiree. The tubers were harvested while immature.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02357594

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