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Bulletin Volume 187-202.cKansas Agricultural Station
Bulletin Volume 187-202
Author: Kansas Agricultural Station
Page Count: 230 pages
Published Date: 01 Mar 2012
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
Type: Pdf
ISBN: 9781130238372
File size: 29 Mb
File Name: Bulletin.Volume.187-202.pdf
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1913 Excerpt: ...tipburn and early blight. Flowers white, very scarce. Tubers round, slightly flattened, surface smooth. Eyes medium to deep, scarce, and not evenly distributed. Skin deep rose color; flesh yellowish white. Keeping qualities good; cooking qualities fair to good. Very early. Light to medium-heavy cropper. Quick Lunch.--Vines small to medium, upright. Leaves broad and deeply wrinkled, dark green. Very susceptible to 'drought. Subject to early blight and tipburn. Tubers round, slightly irregular. Eyes medium to shallow. Skin white, tinted with rose. Keeping qualities excellent if grown late; cooking qualities excellent. Very early. Early Ohio.--Vines upright when young, becoming spreading with age; grows medium to large. Leaves broad, dark green. Subject to tipburn and early blight. Flowers white, scarce, and early. Tubers elliptical, blocky, medium size. Eyes fairly numerous and evenly distributed. Skin slightly pimpled; lenticels large and numerous. Flesh firm, yellowish white, slightly tinted with rose at the bud end. Keeping and cooking qualities very good. Heavy yielder. Under unfavorable conditions may grow knotty tubers. Potato Diseases. Unhealthy conditions of potato vines or tubers may be brought about by various factors, such as excessive moisture, drought, or-heat; too much or too little available plant food; packed or baked soil; sunburn, and other common unfavorable conditions of soil or climate. In addition to these factors there are the bacteria and fungi, which not only destroy the vines or ruin the tubers of infested plants, but, being readily transmitted from a diseased to a healthy plant, may spread over and severely damage an entire field. On account of the fact that the greatest damage results from a combination of one or more of the first ...

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