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  1. Vol. 50 No. 7, p. 389-392
     
    Received: Dec 9, 1957


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doi:10.2134/agronj1958.00021962005000070012x

Response of Alfalfa Varieties to Daylength1

  1. B. L. Coffindaffer and
  2. O. J. Burger2

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Synopsis

Growth rate of Vernal alfalfa was reduced most by reducing light period from 16 to 14 hours. Williamsburg contained a higher concentration of calcium and sodium than Vernal or Narragansett. Narragansett was highest in percent nitrogen, which increased in concentration for all varieties with a decrease in light period. Potassium concentration was about the same among the three varieties. Root weights were highest in the plants subjected to the 14-hour photoperiod.

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