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Influence of temperature on the growth of Erodium botrys and Trifolium subterraneum



Influence of temperature on the growth of Erodium botrys and Trifolium subterraneum



Crop Science 15(4): 553-556



The response of seedlings of subterranean clover and of broadleaf filaree (Erodium botrys), a common competitor on annual grasslands, to daily temperature ranges of 5-15 deg , 10-20 deg or 15-25 deg C was studied during 35 days following seedling emergence. Filaree, with a temperature optimum between the 10-20 deg and 15-25 deg ranges, was less sensitive to low temperatures than the clover, for which growth increased with temperature throughout the series.

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