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Vernalization of spring and winter rape cultivars as imbibed seed

, : Vernalization of spring and winter rape cultivars as imbibed seed. Cruciferae Newsletter (9): 52-54

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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