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Studies on breeding sweet potatoes for direct planting. II. Variation in sweet-potato yield in different tuber types



Studies on breeding sweet potatoes for direct planting. II. Variation in sweet-potato yield in different tuber types



Ikushugaku Zasshi/Jap. J. Breeding 19(1): 19-27



Chugoku 25 showed less variation, from year to year, in the ratio between daughter root weight and total root weight than Chugoku 18 and was considered to be more suited to direct planting.

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