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Effect of photoperiod and temperature on flowering of white clover Trifolium repens L



Effect of photoperiod and temperature on flowering of white clover Trifolium repens L



CROP SCI l(5): 323-326



Photo-periodic behavior in the induction of flowers varied from short-day type for an Arizona clone to typical long-day responses for the Ladino clones. After floral induction long days hastened floral expression of all clones. The Ladino clover clones studied here generally flowered freely under long days, with cold temperature during induction providing at the most an additive effect. Influence of temperature upon flowering was closely interrelated with photoperiodic effects and was the dominant factor in floral induction of a dwarf type from Minnesota. Plants of this clone without cold induction were completely vegetative in the field.

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