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Effect of time of planting on flowering response and leaf number of flue-cured tobacco in north Queensland



Effect of time of planting on flowering response and leaf number of flue-cured tobacco in north Queensland



Queensland Journal of Agricultural and Animal Sciences 41(2): 83-90



In N. Queensland the duration of the period between transplanting and floral initiation (PI) and the leaf production of commercial flue-cured tobacco Hicks Q46, NC95 and Sirone 2 were studied in 1976-78. Field planting dates were early winter (EW), later winter (LW) and mid spring (MS) in each experiment plus mid autumn (MA) in 1978.

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