Pre-sprouting with the brake on. That’s how the use of ethylene in seed potatoes is sometimes described. The treatment gives the grower flexibility in the spring, because the seed can be placed back into storage after grading or if the weather unexpectedly changes. But, above all, ethylene increases numbers and yield, concludes crop-protection company Ten Brinke on the basis of trials and practical experience.
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