Effects of relative humidity on Irish potatoes in storage
AuthorsL. W. Neubauer
Y. Paul Puri
E. R. Kucera
Authors AffiliationsL. W. Neubauer is Professor of Agricultural Engineering, University of California, Davis; Y. P. Puri is Superintendent, University of California Tulelake Field Station, Siskiyou County; E. R. Kucera is Maintenance Man, University of California Tulelake Field Station, Siskiyou County.
Hilgardia 21(11):4-5. DOI:10.3733/ca.v021n11p4. November 1967.
Studies of potato storage have continued for several years at Tulelake Field Station. In the fall of 1966 this research program was directed at an investigation of the storage behavior of russet potatoes (netted gems) when held at differing levels of relative humidity. Past experience in the Tulelake region had suggested that humidity might be a critical factor.
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