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Effect of seedbed plant density on subsequent crop establishment and yield of brussels sprouts



Effect of seedbed plant density on subsequent crop establishment and yield of brussels sprouts



Experimental Horticulture (32): 75-81



Plant densities for brussels sprouts grown under mobile twin-span frames may vary between 200 and 450 plants/m2 without affecting yield, if grown well and planted out in the field between 9 and 10 1/2 wk after sowing. The plants are the optimum size for transplanting when they have attained a mean fresh weight between 20 and 50 g (3.2-5.3 g dry weight). This occurred 9 wk after sowing on March 15. For good establishment a moist seed bed is required.

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