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Biological features of the summer and winter forms of perennial rye and prospects for their use



Biological features of the summer and winter forms of perennial rye and prospects for their use



Doklady Akad Nauk Sssr Botany Science Sect Transl 129(1/6): 275-278



The form of the perennial summer rye isolated has the ability to bear fruit either under autumn or spring sowing, retain generative development under the effect of a short photoperiod and overwinter successfully. Valuable characteristics as compared to their winter analogs are as follows: possibility of cultivation with both autumn and spring planting, good early ripening under autumn planting, higher productivity of heads and better quality of grain, and less spurred rye.

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