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Differences observed in the yield, percent dry matter and flesh color of the Centennial sweet potato and nine of its mutant strains



Differences observed in the yield, percent dry matter and flesh color of the Centennial sweet potato and nine of its mutant strains



Proceedings, abstracts and papers and addresses of the 62nd Annual Convention of the Association of Southern Agricultural Workers held in Dallas, Texas, 1, 2, 3, 156-57



In two tests, highly significant differences in yield of No. 1 grade roots were found among nine skin-colour mutants of Centennial. Only one strain, designated C8, was significantly superior to Centennial itself in this respect. None of the strains was superior to Centennial in total yield. C8 also had the highest dry-matter content (28.5%); the lowest value was 25.1%.

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