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Control of flowering of cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata L.). 2. Influence of daylength on floral induction, inflorescence differentiation and its development in seedlings



Control of flowering of cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata L.). 2. Influence of daylength on floral induction, inflorescence differentiation and its development in seedlings



Bulletin of the National Grassland Research Institute (16): 47-55



Seedlings of 5 cocksfoot and D. glomerata subsp. judaica were grown for 7 wk in a glasshouse in continuous light subjected to natural low temp. in spring 1975, autumn 1975 or spring 1978 for 6 wk for floral induction, then heading was investigated during 7 wk in continuous light in the glasshouse. Floral induction was most effective for daylengths of 9-11 h in Aonami, O.S.G.-7 and EV-730, 8-13 h in Latar, 11-12 h in S143 and 8-15 h in subsp. judaica.

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