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Comparative dry-matter content of varieties of Irish potatoes grown in Louisiana



Comparative dry-matter content of varieties of Irish potatoes grown in Louisiana



American Potato Jour 24(3): 73-76



The dry matter content of 10 vars. for a 2-yr. period ranged from 17.1% for Pontiac to 21.4% for Green Mountain. A significant difference was obtained between the 2 yrs., and for the interaction of vars. X years. Thus, some vars. behave in a differential manner with regard to the influence of environmental conditions on the percentage of dry matter.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02884590


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