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1. The intensified red skin color of Red McClure potatoes, produced by treating growing plants with the sodium salt of 2,4-D at rates of 1/3 and 1 pound per acre, persisted throughout a 6-month… (More)
This study indicated that the sodium salt of 2,4-D may be used to increase the red skin-color of Red McClure potatoes without causing a reduction in yield.
Chlorogenic acid and other o-dihydricphenols were found to accumulate rapidly in the area adjacent to the cut surface of potato tuber slices held at room temperature in a moist chamber. The rate of… (More)
Treatment of seed and soil with certain chemicals was found to have no value in controlling scab infection in the irrigated, sandy soils of northern Colorado. The soils in which these tests were… (More)
The testing of potato varieties for resistance to common scab caused by Streptomyces scabies (Thaxt . ) Waksman and Henrici) has been a laborious and time-consuming task. It has been necessary to… (More)
Dr. Reiner Bonde, widely known plant pathologist of the University of Maine, Orono, since 1924, pased away in his sleep Monday, July 13 at Presque Isle, Maine. He was 63 years of age. Dr. Bonde was… (More)