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Influence of daylength on vernalization of winter rye



Influence of daylength on vernalization of winter rye



Netherlands J Agric Sci 12(2): t32-155



Winter cereals require a cold period to enable the plants to reach the stage of flowering and ear production in the next period of optimal daylength and temperature. In latitudes where winter cereals are grown this is duly taken into account to enable the germinating seed and seedlings to remain at low temperatures for the desired period. When these cereals are sown in spring they may perhaps differentiate flower primordia, be it with much delay, but generally no ears are formed. Many early attempts have been made to meet this cold requirement artifically, while more recently the influence of daylength has also been included in this research.

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