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  1. Vol. 51 No. 11, p. 685-686
     
    Published: Nov, 1959


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doi:10.2134/agronj1959.00021962005100110017x

Effect of Stage of Development on Carbohydrate Content, Growth, and Survival of Red Clover1

  1. W. A. Kendall and
  2. E. A. Hollowell

Synopsis

Synopsis

At the time of harvest plants which had sec seed were significantly smaller with a less amount of carbohydrates than plants which had matured only to the vegetative, bud, or flower stage of growth. Vegetative plants had a smaller proportion of tops to roots than reproductive plants. After the harvest plants which had set seed survived as long and grew as much in a dark chamber as the less mature plants.

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