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  1. The need for sustained water supply just prior to and through the shoot system, maintenance of total leaf nitrogen at c. 3.0%, and the establishment of c. 9 culms per clump (in B. oldhamii) with emphasis on relatively more younger than older culms, are hi
    04-01-2010 by omnithao
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  2. From this research project a series of practical recommendations can be made with the proviso that they should be locally tested for their relevance and validity, given that management by environment interactions are known to exist for many plant species
    05-01-2010 by omnithao
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  3. Postharvest storage protocols for Chinese waterchestnuts are sought by farmers to extend the shelf-life and thereby extend availability at domestic and future overseas markets over time.
    05-01-2010 by omnithao
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  4. The most suitable packaging materials were thin, micro-perforated LDPE bags and non-perforated LDPE film. These reduced total weight loss of bamboo shoots to about 5% after 28 days, minimized condensation within packages and extended shelf life to and pro
    05-01-2010 by omnithao
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  5. The technical and practical basis for the commercial production of Chinese waterchestnut in the Australian environment has been researched, and the crop has been shown to be commercially viable under a range of input and predicted yield scenarios.
    06-01-2010 by omnithao
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  6. Although overall corm quality was unacceptable at three months, there were some promising results from the modified-atmosphere-packaging trial where there was a reduced severity of yellow staining and black flecking of the flesh compared to storage in hig
    08-01-2010 by omnithao
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