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Differences in growth after pinching between two species of jute, C. capsularis and C. olitorius



Differences in growth after pinching between two species of jute, C. capsularis and C. olitorius



Report of the Tokai Branch of the Crop Science Society of Japan (110): 15-16



In pot trials in 1989, growth of Corchorus capsularis and C. olitorius was compared after pinching of the main stem on 13 July. Plants of C. capsularis were taller at pinching than those of C. olitorius. Growth of the side shoots was greater in those arising from the 1st and 2nd nodes in C. capsularis and from the 1st node in C. olitorius than in those from higher nodes.

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