American Potato Journal

, Volume 13, Issue 12, pp 350–354 | Cite as

Review of recent literature

  • Ora Smith


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  1. Growth inhibition in the potato caused by a gas emanating from apples.O. H. Elmer (Jour. Agr. Res. 52: (1936)pp. 609–626Google Scholar
  2. The Katahdin Potato in Michigan.H. C. Moore andE. J. Wheeler (Michigan Agr. Exp. Sta. Spec. Bul., 271 (1936),pp. 1–15).Google Scholar
  3. The cooking quality, palatability, and carbohydrate composition of potatoes as influenced by storage temperature. R. C. Wright, W. M. Peacock, T. M. Whiteman andElizabeth F. Whiteman (U. S. D. A. Tech. Bul., 507 (1936),pp. 1–20).Google Scholar
  4. Effect of manuring, especially with nitrogenous fertilizers on the productive capacity of potatoes for setting,G. Pappe (Svenska Mosskulturfor. Tidskr. Vol. 50 (1936),pp. 3–39)Google Scholar
  5. Report on the investigation of phosphorus—deficient soils, 1935. Phosphorus tests on potatoes, 1935 F. M. Harrington. (Montana Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 316 (1936),pp. 13–18.Google Scholar
  6. Effect of storage upon the Vitamin C content of Wyoming potatoes.Emma J. Thiessen. (Wyoming Bull 213 (1936),pp. 1–24).Google Scholar

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