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Differences between plants and stems in stands of winter wheat



Differences between plants and stems in stands of winter wheat



Rostlinna Vyroba 36(11): 1121-1127



Spring wheat Rena and Broom were sown in exact hexagonal spacings at densities of 5-1200 seeds/msuperscript 2. Highest biomass production occurred with 300 seeds/msuperscript 2 in both cultivars. Plant mortality increased from 3% with 5 seeds/msuperscript 2 to 24% with 24 seeds/msuperscript 2 in Rena and from 0 to 29% in Broom. Number of stems/plant decreased from 18.14 (Rena) and 23.0 (Broom) to 1.01 and 1.02, resp., as plant density increased.

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