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Research on tillering in cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata L.) I. Experimental study of the effect of nitrogen on tillering



Research on tillering in cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata L.) I. Experimental study of the effect of nitrogen on tillering



Acta Oecologia, Oecologia Plantarum 2(4): 351-365



Appearance and senescence of leaves and tillers were studied in individual plants of cocksfoot Floreal in growth chambers at 17 or 25 deg C and given nutrient sol. containing 196, 49, 21 or 7 mg N/l. Development of tillers was compared with 'standard' behaviour of 1 tiller in the axil of each leaf. Primary tillers developed undisturbed while tillers of the 2nd and 3rd order were more numerous at high N conc. and less numerous than the standard at low N conc.

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