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Growing potato seeds and the control of potato pests in Hungary



Growing potato seeds and the control of potato pests in Hungary



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The greatest damage to potato growing in Hungary is caused by the virus diseases (degeneration of the potato), principally leaf roll virus. Summer plantings of potato did not give positive results. Positive results were achieved by clearing away the tops of the early and medium-early varieties previous to harvest and an early harvesting of the tubers. The method of seed potato growing has been changed as follows: all seed potato tubers are repeatedly checked according to the Igel-Lange method.

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