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Potatoes should not bake in the potato field

(Aarhus University) Warming of the Danish summer weather is not exactly good news for potato farmers. New studies indicate that the optimal temperature in the potato growing season is around 15° C and that for each 1° C increase in temperature the dry matter yield falls by 10 percent. Temperature is even more important than the level of nitrogen fertilization.
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