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Response of soya beans to planting date in south-eastern Queensland. 2. Vegetative and reproductive development



Response of soya beans to planting date in south-eastern Queensland. 2. Vegetative and reproductive development



Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 25(5): 723-737



Vegetative and reproductive development of soyabean cultivars of different maturity groups was studied over a series of sowing dates in row culture and hill plots. The extent and duration of vegetative growth for the various cultivar-sowing date combinations were closely associated with the length of the period from sowing to the end of flowering. Vegetative growth was greatest for sowing dates which resulted in a delay in flowering and/or extended the flowering period.

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