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Post storage effect of light temperature and nutrient spray treatments on chlorophyll development in cabbage

Post storage effect of light temperature and nutrient spray treatments on chlorophyll development in cabbage

Canadian Journal of Plant Science 62(4): 1023-1026

After 4 mo. of storage, 2 trimmed cabbage cultivars received temperature, light and nutrient spray treatments. Analyses showed that the combined effect of elevated temperature and illumination increased chlorophyll substantially, while nutrient sprays produced a smaller effect. Although the cultivars differed in initial chlorophyll content, they responded similarly to the treatments.

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