Relation of water supply to xylem discoloration of potato tubers caused by vine killing View Full Text


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1952-05

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Wm. G. Hoyman

ABSTRACT

In order to determine the relation of water supply to vine killing discoloration, Triumph potatoes were grown under the following conditions: 1) with natural rainfall, 2) with natural rainfall plus irrigation, 3) on elevated soil with natural rainfall, and 4) in one year on elevated soil with natural rainfall but with the soil covered with roofing paper.The treatment producing the most xylem discoloration was elevating the soil and covering it with roofing paper. This was followed by elevating the soil but leaving it uncovered.The years 1948, 1949 and 1950 each had a deficiency of rainfall during August and with the exception of 1948 the expected tuber discoloration was obtained in the normally-treated rows.In 1947 the August rainfall was approximately normal and a departure of +2.75 inches occurred during this month in 1951. The expected low percentage of discoloration was found in the normally-treated rows during each of these years.A low percentage of discoloration occurred in the tubers harvested from the irrigated rows and from the rows where the vines remained until harvest.In most instances, early vine killing caused the most discoloration. In order to determine the relation of water supply to vine killing discoloration, Triumph potatoes were grown under the following conditions: 1) with natural rainfall, 2) with natural rainfall plus irrigation, 3) on elevated soil with natural rainfall, and 4) in one year on elevated soil with natural rainfall but with the soil covered with roofing paper. The treatment producing the most xylem discoloration was elevating the soil and covering it with roofing paper. This was followed by elevating the soil but leaving it uncovered. The years 1948, 1949 and 1950 each had a deficiency of rainfall during August and with the exception of 1948 the expected tuber discoloration was obtained in the normally-treated rows. In 1947 the August rainfall was approximately normal and a departure of +2.75 inches occurred during this month in 1951. The expected low percentage of discoloration was found in the normally-treated rows during each of these years. A low percentage of discoloration occurred in the tubers harvested from the irrigated rows and from the rows where the vines remained until harvest. In most instances, early vine killing caused the most discoloration. More... »

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113-122

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1948-06. Current results with potato vine killers in Prince Edward Island in AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POTATO RESEARCH
  • 1942-02. A new form of low-temperature injury in potatoes in AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POTATO RESEARCH
  • 1947-04. Observations on the use of potato vine killers in the red river valley of North Dakota in AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POTATO RESEARCH
  • 1950-03. The effect of various defoliants on potato vines and tubers in Washington in AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POTATO RESEARCH
  • 1949-11. Potato vine killing in Prince Edward Island in AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POTATO RESEARCH
  • 1951-08. The rapidity of vine-killing by herbicides in relation to internal tuber discoloration in potatoes in AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POTATO RESEARCH
  • 1948-10. The effect of chemical vine killers on yield and quality of red McClure and Bliss Triumph potatoes in AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POTATO RESEARCH
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