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Excerpt from Potatoes: Potato Blight, Potato Scab; November, 1894
The rows were each 75 feet long and in every instance possible two rows of each variety were planted, each in a. Different part of the field. The average of the two rows of the same Variety constitutes, therefore, the final result. All of. The seed excepting N os, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16 and 17, came in the ordinary bulk form. The latter came as single eye cuttings put up in gypsum or land plaster, 100 eyes in a box. In order to have the conditions similar in every instance, we made single eye cuttings of all the varieties. They were placed about six inches apart in the row.
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