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A study was conducted at Aroostook Farm, near Presque Isle, Maine, 1954 to 1958, inclusive, to determine the effects of certain agronomic cultural practices designed to delay emergence of potato plants and to decrease their exposure to infestation by spring migrants. This technical bulletin reports the results of that study.
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Shands, W.A., G.W. Simpson, and H.J. Murphy. 1972. Effects of cultural methods for controlling aphids on potatoes in northeastern Maine. Life Sciences and Agriculture Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 57.