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Results of some experiments with potatoes at the Akureyri experiment station


, : Results of some experiments with potatoes at the Akureyri experiment station. Arsrit Raektunarfelags Nordurlands 71: 84-95

Of 29 potato compared in 1949-68, 8 outyielded the standard Gullauga (20.6 t marketable tubers/ha); of these, tubers of the Norwegian Rya (22 t/ha) alone contained sufficient DM (19.3%) to qualify as a culinary Yields of Gullauga increased with increasing accumulated temp. in June-Aug. In fertilizer trials, Gullauga given 240 kg N + 126 kg P + 299 kg K/ha yielded 18.1 t tubers/ha compared with 13.5 t/ha where 60 kg N + 31 kg P + 75 kg K/ha were applied.

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