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  1. Vol. 49 No. 4, p. 213-215
    Received: Nov 5, 1956

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Effect of Flowering on the Persistence of White Clover1

  1. Pryce B. Gibson2



Persistence and flowering of white clover were studied under normal daylight and daylight extended by use of lights. The relative lack of persistence of profuse-flowering white clover which occurred in some strains under normal daylight and was induced in other strains by the extended daylight indicated that flowering reduced persistence. The flowering and persistence of Ladino from seed produced at different latitudes for several generations were different under the extended daylight.

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