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Eco-physiological characteristics related to lodging tolerance of rice in direct sowing cultivation. 1. Comparison of the root lodging tolerance among cultivars by the measurement of pushing resistance



Eco-physiological characteristics related to lodging tolerance of rice in direct sowing cultivation. 1. Comparison of the root lodging tolerance among cultivars by the measurement of pushing resistance



Japanese Journal of Crop Science 61(3): 380-387



The resistance of rice roots to lateral forces was measured in a range of Japanese and US cultivars direct sown under different conditions to investigate the effect of the anchoring ability of each cultivar on root lodging tolerance. Resistance of roots to lateral forces was negatively correlated with root lodging. Sowing depth and water management affected resistance to lateral forces but sowing density had no consistent effect.

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