Differences in growth period between lines of Glycine soja from Japan, South Korea, north-eastern China and Siberia

Fukui, J.; Sunaga, S.; Kaizuma, N.

Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Iwate University Iwate Daigaku Nogakuby Hokoku 14(2): 71-79

1978


Accession: 000631719

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Abstract
A total of 100 strains collected from various sources in the four areas were studied in Japan over two years. The Siberian strains were very early to moderately early. Most strains of intermediate growth period came from north-eastern China and South Korea. The Japanese strains ranged from intermediate to very late. Maturation period was generally associated with latitude and length of the frost-free period.