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Salvia officinalis L a comparison of four varieties cultivated in the Ticino

, : Salvia officinalis L a comparison of four varieties cultivated in the Ticino. Revue Suisse De Viticulture, Arboriculture Et Horticulture: 2, 101-104

In Olivone (900 m), the four sage varieties (<i>Salvia officinalis</i> L.) Regula, 13/6, Valy and Montenegro were tested for their frost hardiness, their agronomic aptitudes and the chemical composition of their essential oils. Valy and Montenegro were very sensitive to frost despite the installed protection against cold. 13/6 was the most tolerant variety, followed by Regula. The latter was the most productive, showing a fine and regular vegetative growth.


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