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Study on flowering characteristics of common oats (Avena sativa)



Study on flowering characteristics of common oats (Avena sativa)



Grassland of China ( 4): 41-43



The flowering characteristics of oats Harmon and Yongjiu 122 were studied in the paramos of Inner Mongolia. Both cultivars had their flowering date in late July with the lst flowering peak 4-8 d and the 2nd 12-13 d after the beginning of flowering. Flowering lasted for 13 d over a temperature range of 16.8-27.9 degrees C (daily mean temperature 20.8 degrees ) RH 49.0-86.0% (daily mean RH 71.9%). Daily flowering peak occurred at 1400-1800 h.

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