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The effects of rice hill arrangements in pots on the inclination of culms with different winds

, : The effects of rice hill arrangements in pots on the inclination of culms with different winds. Japanese Journal of Crop Science 60(2): 220-224

In pot trials in 1987-88, rice Koshihikari was grown with 3 or 4 plants/pot and with the main axes of the plant parallel to, at right angles to or oblique to wind at speeds of 3-12.5 m/s. At ripening the bending angles of culms increased with increasing wind speed and were lowest with the major axes at right angles to the wind and in plants grown in a row parallel to the wind or with major axes parallel to the wind and in plants in rows at right angles to the wind.

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