volume 27, issue 4, P373-375 1962
DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2621.1962.tb00110.x
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R. B. HYDE

Abstract: SUMMARY The data from analyses of six potato varieties grown at nine widely different locations over two years showed that varietal comparisons for ascorbic acid content are relatively unaffected by location. Thus, in ascertaining the potential value of potato varieties as a source of ascorbic acid, widespread testing appears to offer no advantage over the determination of varietal differences for this factor in a more confined area.