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Potato storage at tulelake: Study of five types of insulated wall construction in one building revealed weakness of a single block masonry wall

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L. W. Neubauer, University of California, Davis.
B. J. Hoyle, Tulelake Field Station, University of California.

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California Agriculture 10(6):5-18.

Published June 01, 1956

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Tulelake—the largest late potato producing area in the state—holds most of the 8,000 acre crop for three to seven months as about half is seed potatoes for other areas. Tulelake also is the only area in the state that stores the crop in cellars requiring protection from cold as low as -30°F.

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The experimental cellar is a co-operative project and part of Agricultural Engineering Project 400-D.

Potato storage at tulelake: Study of five types of insulated wall construction in one building revealed weakness of a single block masonry wall

L. W. Neubauer, B. J. Hoyle
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Potato storage at tulelake: Study of five types of insulated wall construction in one building revealed weakness of a single block masonry wall

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Authors

L. W. Neubauer, University of California, Davis.
B. J. Hoyle, Tulelake Field Station, University of California.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 10(6):5-18.

Published June 01, 1956

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Tulelake—the largest late potato producing area in the state—holds most of the 8,000 acre crop for three to seven months as about half is seed potatoes for other areas. Tulelake also is the only area in the state that stores the crop in cellars requiring protection from cold as low as -30°F.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The experimental cellar is a co-operative project and part of Agricultural Engineering Project 400-D.


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