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Effects of air-temperature and water-temperature at each stage of the growth of lowland rice. 2. Effect of air-temperature and water-temperature on the heading date



Effects of air-temperature and water-temperature at each stage of the growth of lowland rice. 2. Effect of air-temperature and water-temperature on the heading date



Proceedings of the Crop Science Society of Japan 42(3): 267-274



Rice was grown for 3, 6 or 9 days with day air and water temperatures of 14, 20 or 26 deg C and night air and water temperatures of 8, 14 or 20 deg , a daylength of 8 h and the water depth 4 cm above the soil surface. At the 4-leaf stage (transplanting) the effects of water temperature and length of treatment on heading date were significant and regardless of night water temperature, high day water temperature hastened heading.

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