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The influence of 10 days' flooding in seven development stages of spring barley on its growth yield and nitrogen phosphorus potassium content and uptake part i. growth and yield

Stepniewski, W.; Labuda, S.

Polish Journal of Soil Science 22(1): 93-100

1989


ISSN/ISBN: 0079-2985
Accession: 007908173

In the paper the dynamics of dry matter production (leaves, stems, ears, and grains) of spring barley (Hordeum vulgare L. cv. Diva) during the vegetation period, as affected by 10 days' flooding at 7 development stages has been presented. The maximum grain yield reduction (above 50%) was caused by flood induced oxygen atress applied at stem elongation and earing stages.

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