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Split nitrogen applications best for cauliflower

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Norman C. Welch
Kent B. Tyler
David Ririe

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California Agriculture 41(11):21-22.

Published November 01, 1987

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Cauliflower is a cool-season crop that is exacting in its climatic and cultural requirements. For highest quality curd (edible portion), this crop needs an average monthly temperature of 60 to 70F. Extreme heat, poor cultural practices, or both can interrupt growth and result in poor quality curd, rendering the product worthless to the processor and fresh vegetable market.

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Split nitrogen applications best for cauliflower

Norman C. Welch, Kent B. Tyler, David Ririe
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Split nitrogen applications best for cauliflower

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Authors

Norman C. Welch
Kent B. Tyler
David Ririe

Publication Information

California Agriculture 41(11):21-22.

Published November 01, 1987

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Cauliflower is a cool-season crop that is exacting in its climatic and cultural requirements. For highest quality curd (edible portion), this crop needs an average monthly temperature of 60 to 70F. Extreme heat, poor cultural practices, or both can interrupt growth and result in poor quality curd, rendering the product worthless to the processor and fresh vegetable market.

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