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Studies in the physiology of the onion plant. I. An investigation of factors concerned in the flowering (bolting) of onions grown from sets and its prevention. Part I. Production and storage of onion sets, and field results



Studies in the physiology of the onion plant. I. An investigation of factors concerned in the flowering (bolting) of onions grown from sets and its prevention. Part I. Production and storage of onion sets, and field results



Ann. appl. Biol, 30: 208-20. bibl. 8



The investigation concerns the effects of five factors upon the tendency of onion sets to bolt and the production and ripening of bulbs. The factors studied fall into three categories: (1) conditions under which seedlings were grown to produce sets, (2) conditions of storage of sets during dormancy, (3) conditions of growth during the second season.

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