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Influence of high density planting on yield and quality of green asparagus

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F. H. Takatori, University of California
F. Souther, University of California
J. Stillman, University of California

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California Agriculture 29(6):10-11.

Published June 01, 1975

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: A sparacus growers tend to seed at very high rates when they establish fields by the direct-seeding method. Many direct-seeded fields now being harvested in California had an initial plant population of over 100,000 plants per acre. In comparison, crown-planted fields are normally planted at a density of between 9,000 and 18,000 plants per acre, depending on whether single row or double row beds are used.

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Influence of high density planting on yield and quality of green asparagus

F. H. Takatori, F. Souther, J. Stillman
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Influence of high density planting on yield and quality of green asparagus

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Authors

F. H. Takatori, University of California
F. Souther, University of California
J. Stillman, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 29(6):10-11.

Published June 01, 1975

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: A sparacus growers tend to seed at very high rates when they establish fields by the direct-seeding method. Many direct-seeded fields now being harvested in California had an initial plant population of over 100,000 plants per acre. In comparison, crown-planted fields are normally planted at a density of between 9,000 and 18,000 plants per acre, depending on whether single row or double row beds are used.

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