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The Canon of Potato Science: 29. True Potato Seed (TPS)

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Chujoy, E., Cabello, R. The Canon of Potato Science: 29. True Potato Seed (TPS). Potato Res. 50, 323–325 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11540-008-9058-5

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Keywords

  • Tuber Seed
  • Tuber Size
  • Direct Seeding
  • True Potato Seed
  • Starch Production