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Vernalization of spring and winter rape cultivars as imbibed seed

Cruciferae Newsletter (9): 52-54
Vernalization of spring and winter rape cultivars as imbibed seed
Imbibed seeds of (1) the spring Tower and (2) Indore, Sipal and Norde, winter cultivars differing in winter hardiness, were vernalized at 4 degrees C for 0, 5, 9 or 13 weeks. Indore showed no obligate requirement for vernalization, indicating that it is intermediate between conventional spring and winter cultivars. Norde, the most winter hardy cultivar, showed 70% flowering 56 days after planting following 13 weeks of vernalization.

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