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Investigations on the physiology of jute. 6. Assessment of flowering behaviour in different varieties of Corchorus capsularis and Corchorus olitorius



Investigations on the physiology of jute. 6. Assessment of flowering behaviour in different varieties of Corchorus capsularis and Corchorus olitorius



Proc. nat. Inst. Sd. India (B), 28: 1, 49-76. bibl. 21



In field trials it was shown that: C. capsularis varieties began to flower approx. 110-130 days after sowing, had an optimum period of flushing and flowered for approx. 35-75 days; C. olitorius varieties flowered after approx. 120-135 days for approx. 45-70 days with no optimum period of flushing; environment affected the date of flowering considerably. Several varieties of both species were sown each month for 12 months.

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