Thinning methods influence celery-stalk size
AuthorsNorman C. Welch
John W. Inman
Authors AffiliationsNorman C. Welch is Farm Advisors from Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties, respectively; John W. Inman is Farm Advisors from Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties, respectively.
Hilgardia 32(7):19-19. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n07p19. July 1978.
AbstractSize discrepancy in celery at harvest time is costly t o growers. Early thinning results in the most uniform sizes a t harvest and highest yield in weight.
Welch N, Inman J. 1978. Thinning methods influence celery-stalk size. Hilgardia 32(7):19-19. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n07p19
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