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Thinning methods influence celery-stalk size

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Norman C. Welch, Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties, respectively.
John W. Inman, Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties, respectively.

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California Agriculture 32(7):19-19.

Published July 01, 1978

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Size discrepancy in celery at harvest time is costly t o growers. Early thinning results in the most uniform sizes a t harvest and highest yield in weight.

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Thinning methods influence celery-stalk size

Norman C. Welch, John W. Inman
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Thinning methods influence celery-stalk size

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Authors

Norman C. Welch, Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties, respectively.
John W. Inman, Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties, respectively.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 32(7):19-19.

Published July 01, 1978

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Size discrepancy in celery at harvest time is costly t o growers. Early thinning results in the most uniform sizes a t harvest and highest yield in weight.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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