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Plant variations in asparagus lines

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F. H. Takatori, University of California
F. D. Souther, University of California
P. D. Legg, University of Kentucky

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California Agriculture 22(9):7-8.

Published September 01, 1968

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Considerable Variation has been shown to exist among plants of commercial asparagus. The greatest differences have been found between staminate and pistillate plants, but variability within the sexes has also been reported. This study was undertaken to determine the amount of variation within five California lines grown in southern California, and to identify superior plants for use as breeding and planting stock.

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Plant variations in asparagus lines

F. H. Takatori, F. D. Souther, P. D. Legg
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Plant variations in asparagus lines

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

F. H. Takatori, University of California
F. D. Souther, University of California
P. D. Legg, University of Kentucky

Publication Information

California Agriculture 22(9):7-8.

Published September 01, 1968

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Considerable Variation has been shown to exist among plants of commercial asparagus. The greatest differences have been found between staminate and pistillate plants, but variability within the sexes has also been reported. This study was undertaken to determine the amount of variation within five California lines grown in southern California, and to identify superior plants for use as breeding and planting stock.

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