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Agronomic studies on Vigna spp. in south-eastern Queensland. 1. Phenological response of cultivars to sowing date



Agronomic studies on Vigna spp. in south-eastern Queensland. 1. Phenological response of cultivars to sowing date



Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 30(5): 855-870



Phenological development of 16 from 4 Vigna spp. (green gram, V. radiata; black gram, V. mungo; adzuki bean, V. angularis; and rice bean, V. umbellata) was studied over a range of 17 weekly sowing dates at Lawes in SE Queensland. Cultivar and sowing date effects on phenology were large. In all the rate of development during pre-flowering was negatively associated with mean day length and positively associated with mean max. and/or mean min. temp.

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