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Studies of the influence of light temperature soil moisture and nitrogen on tiller development in winter wheat

, : Studies of the influence of light temperature soil moisture and nitrogen on tiller development in winter wheat. Archiv fuer Acker- und Pflanzenbau und Bodenkunde 34(7): 461-467, 504

In growth chamnber exmperiments on winter wheat, great variation in the number of tillers per plant after tillering was produced as a result of different light intensities, soil moistures and N fertilizations. Temperature reduction even intensified the increase in the number of tillers obtained by lighting. The immense influence of light on number and synchrony of tillers is the starting point for further investigations on tillers growth regulation. There is a strong interaction between soil moisture and N fertilization with respect to tiller development in winter wheat.


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