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The effect of soil temperature on the development of differently stored & treated seed potatoes until emergence.

Landb.-Forsch, 12: 2, 41-48

The effect of soil temperature on the development of differently stored & treated seed potatoes until emergence.

With tubers stored at 1-12 degrees C & planted to soil of 3-17 degrees C, best plant growth occurred at the highest soil temperature. Low soil temperatures were best tolerated by tubers stored under cool conditions before pre-sprouting.

Accession: 014242221

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