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Investigations on the effect of short days on plants with a cold requirement. 2. Short-day effects on varieties of winter rye

Hartmann, W.

Flora, Jena. 159: 346-53

1968


Accession: 014536277

In a study of five varieties, short-day treatment tended to accelerate heading after 34 days' vernalization but not after 69 days; the shorter vernalization period appeared to be optimal in the Portuguese variety Elvas, but inhibited heading completely in the Swedish Kungs.

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