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Contribution to the breeding and cultivation of Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus). 1. Advancing the date of flowering, crossing with sunflower (H. annuus) and selection



Contribution to the breeding and cultivation of Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus). 1. Advancing the date of flowering, crossing with sunflower (H. annuus) and selection



Z. PflZucht 35(3): 321-44. bibl. 40



A history of the cultivation of the Jerusalem artichoke in Germany and France precedes the account of the experimental work. Short-day treatment failed to produce flowering in H. tuberosus earlier than mid-October, which is the normal flowering date in the climate of Central Europe.

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