Relative Humidity Influences Yield, Edible Biomass, and Linear Growth Rate of Sweetpotato

@article{Mortley1994RelativeHI,
  title={Relative Humidity Influences Yield, Edible Biomass, and Linear Growth Rate of Sweetpotato},
  author={D. Mortley and C. Bonsi and P. A. Loretan and W. Hill and C. E. Morris},
  journal={Hortscience},
  year={1994},
  volume={29},
  pages={609-610}
}
Growth chamber experiments were conducted to study the physiological and growth response of sweetpotato [Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.] to either 50% or 85% relative humidity (RH). Vine cuttings of T1-155 were grown using the nutrient film technique in a randomized complete-block design with two replications. Temperature regimes of 28/ 22C were maintained during the light/dark periods with irradiance at canopy level of 600 μmol-m -2 -s -1 and a 14/10-hour photoperiod [...] 
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