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Trend of grain yield in maize zea mays hybrids as a function of plant number per unit area and sowing uniformity


Acta Agronomica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 27(3-4): 398-405
Trend of grain yield in maize zea mays hybrids as a function of plant number per unit area and sowing uniformity
Increased plant number and uniform distribution of plants in the row both increase yield. If the yield of a hybrid appears to be sensitive to changes in stand density, it will also be sensitive to sowing unevenness. Unevenly thick or thin rows may have the same effect as plant numbers below or above the optimum.


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