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Determination of physiological maturity in dicoccum wheat (Triticum dicoccum (Schrank.) Suhulb.) varieties



Determination of physiological maturity in dicoccum wheat (Triticum dicoccum (Schrank.) Suhulb.) varieties



Seed Research 31(1): 18-21



Field experiments were conducted in Dharwad, Karnataka, India, during rabi 1997-98 and 1998-99 to determine the physiological maturity for getting high quality seeds in dicoccum wheat (T. dicoccum) cultivars NP-200, DDK-1001, DDK-1009 and DDK-1013. The sampling (spike harvesting) was initiated 5 days after flowering (DAF) with an interval of 5 days till complete maturity. There were 10 dates of harvesting, i.e. 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45 and 50 days after flowering (DAF).

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