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Werner, H.O. (1932) Tuber development in Triumph potatoes as influenced by time of planting on dry land in northwestern Nebraska (Research Bulletin: Bulletin of the Agricultural Experiment Station of Nebraska No. 61)
Triumph potatoes were planted on four different dates during six years in order to determine the best planting date on dry land in northwestern Nebraska, where this variety is grown primarily for seed. Features considered in comparing the merits of these planting dates were: stand of plants; vine growth; disease prevalence; time of plant maturity; number, size, and shape of tubers; cracking at harvest time; prevalence and severity of common scab; total yields and yields of various grades of potatoes from various harvesting dates; weight loss in storage; and duration of the dormant period. The experimental aspects dealing with the seed value of the potatoes grown in these plats will be reported in later publications.