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Grain sprouting in the ear


, : Grain sprouting in the ear. Rezervy uvelicheniya pr va zerna v Zap Sib: 74-77

A study was made of the conditions favouring grain sprouting in the ear in spring wheat, and of the effect sprouting had on grain yield, seed quality and other traits. Altering agronomic practices (sowing date and level of mineral fertilization) and breeding were seen as methods of reducing the incidence of sprouting.

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