Evaluation of crown planting and direct seeding of asparagus after 15 years
AuthorsBrian L. Benson
G. C. Hanna
Frank H. Takatori
Authors AffiliationsBrian L. Benson is Staff Research Associate, Department of Vegetable Crops, UC Davis; G. C. Hanna was Olericultur-ist, Department of Vegetable Crops, UC Davis—now with Peto Seeds, Woodland; Frank H. Takatori is Specialist, Department of Plant Sciences, UC Riverside.
Hilgardia 32(3):13-13. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n03p13. March 1978.
AbstractNo differences in spear yield and quality were found between directseeded and crown-planted asparagus after 6 years. The number of viable crowns appears t o be more important than crown area in relation to spear yield.
Benson B, Hanna G, Takatori F. 1978. Evaluation of crown planting and direct seeding of asparagus after 15 years. Hilgardia 32(3):13-13. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n03p13
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