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Cultivar and growing season effects on cabbage brassica oleracea var capitata head development and weight loss during storage


, : Cultivar and growing season effects on cabbage brassica oleracea var capitata head development and weight loss during storage. Hortscience 19(4): 589-590

The cultivars of cabbage were grown in the fall and spring seasons. Cultivar differences in medial and longitudinal head diameter, core length and width, head firmness and yield were significant within each season. Spring temperatures and daylengths seemed to be more favorable for greater crop production than fall conditions. Growing season significantly influenced head shape and core length. Head shape was conical in the fall and rounder in the spring. Core elongation was significantly greater in the fall crop. Regression equations show that the percentage of weight loss during storage was lowest at 1.degree. C, and increased with increasing storage temperature.

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