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Response of oats to water deficit. 2. Growth and yield characteristics



Response of oats to water deficit. 2. Growth and yield characteristics



Agronomy Journal 69(3): 361-364



In oat Jaycee grown in pots buried in the field, water stress imposed for 9-11 days at (a) late boot stage or (b) anthesis and early grain filling or (c) at both stages decreased LAI, plant ht. and number of florets/panicle compared with unstressed plants. Stress at (b) reduced number of panicles/pot and increased floret sterility. All stress treatments markedly decreased number of tops without panicles, number of panicles and whole and dehulled grain/pot and total DM production.

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