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Studies on the productivity of some potato varieties under the ecological conditions of the Ruginoasa-Iasi district


, : Studies on the productivity of some potato varieties under the ecological conditions of the Ruginoasa-Iasi district. Lucrari Stiintifice, Institutul Agronomic ' Ion Ionescu de la Brad' , 1 Agronomie Horticultura: 329-334

In trials in 1969-70 on brown forest soil to compare the productivity of several potato cultivars, the average yield of the cultivars was taken as the control. Tuber yields (2-year average) ranged from 39.24 t/ha (cv. Desiree) and 34.41 t (Ostara) to 26.21 t (Urgenta), the average yield being 32.51 t. The yield of Carpatin was 2nd best in 1969, but fell below that of the control in 1970.

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