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Studies on productivity in cocksfoot. I. Contribution to yield of the stem and root system of individual plants



Studies on productivity in cocksfoot. I. Contribution to yield of the stem and root system of individual plants



Journal of Japanese Society of Grassland Science Nippon Sochi Gakkai Shi 24(2): 102-107



Yield components were studied in twelve varieties. A plant-type index, plant dry weight/(tiller number per plant)2, was used to classify varieties as "tiller number type" or "tiller weight type". In the former, plant dry weight was significantly correlated with dry weight of a tiller and tiller number per plant; in the latter, it was negatively correlated with dry weight of a tiller and positively correlated with tiller number per plant.

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