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Yield-tenderness relationships in Dark Skinned Perfection peas


, : Yield-tenderness relationships in Dark Skinned Perfection peas. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 100(5): 507-509

Maturity effects on yield of fresh peas were identified by yield-tenderometer measurements. A percent yield-tenderometer reading relationship was shown to be a useful means for yield adjustment to a commom maturity - 100 tenderometer reading. Analysis of random error in the predicted percent yield, as a function of tenderometer reading, indicated the need to plan harvests within the 90 to 110 tenderometer range.

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