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The effects of daylength and light intensity treatments on flowering and yield of perilla

, : The effects of daylength and light intensity treatments on flowering and yield of perilla. Research Reports of the Rural Development Administration, Upland and Industrial Crops 32(2): 38-42

In experiments in 1988-89, P. frutescens was grown under natural daylength, short days or with shading to 50% of natural light, or was given illumination at 5, 50 or 200 lx from mercury vapour lamps for 6 h after sunset each day; the treatments continued for 30 or 50 days. The treatments had little effect on plant height, stem diameter or number of branches, but extension of the light period affected flowering.

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