A pilot study on potato warming conditions and the effect on tuber damage susceptibility.
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Published by British Potato Council in Oxford .
Written in English


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SeriesProject Report -- 1999/3
ContributionsMilne, F., Kirkland, J.
The Physical Object
Pagination6p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21696136M

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The effect of temperature on potato tuber respiration Annex 1 AHDB Sutton Bridge Crop Storage Research East Bank, Sutton Bridge. Shifting planting time or location is less feasible at lower latitudes, and in these regions global warming could have a strong negative effect on potato : Robert Hijmans. To address the effect of pulp and early storage temperature, cultivars Bannock Russet, Russet Norkotah CO-3, Russet Burbank, and Umatilla Russet tubers at tuber pulp temperatures of or C. The greatest risk of tuber damage occurs immediately before harvest while the crop is left in the field prior to digging; additional damage may occur in storage, if conditions are not maintained.

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