Nitrogen nutrition and canopy temperature in field grown spring wheat triticum aestivum cultivar anza

Seligman, N.G.; Loomis, R.S.; Burke, J.; Abshahi, A.

Journal of Agricultural Science 101(3): 691-698

1983


ISSN/ISBN: 0021-8596
Accession: 005987022

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Abstract
The canopy of spring wheat grown with an ample supply of N was generally cooler than the canopy of a N-deficient crop. The warmer canopy matured 3-5 days earlier. The accumulated temperature difference was sufficient to account for the different times taken to reach maturity.