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Response of sugar-cane genotypes to natural and controlled environmental stimuli

Response of sugar-cane genotypes to natural and controlled environmental stimuli

Revista Agronomica del Noroeste Argentino 12(1/2): 25-44

A scale of eleven points from -1 to +5 was used to assess the reaction of about 100 genotypes from five hybrid populations to a natural environment, an environment with nitrogen fertilization and an environment with weed competition. The genotypes showed a wide range of reactions to the artificially controlled environments and less variation in the natural one.

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