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  1. Vol. 55 No. 1, p. 24-27
     

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doi:10.2134/agronj1963.00021962005500010010x

Effect of Seeding Rate, Row Spacing, and Rate and Placement of Fertilizer on Winter Wheat Performance in Michigan1

  1. K. L. Kinra,
  2. H. D. Foth,
  3. L. S. Robertson and
  4. H. M. Brown2

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Synopsis

Culms per square foot, height, and vigor in the fall were much affected by seeding rate, row spacing distance, fertilizer rate, and fertilizer placement while yield, lodging score, and test weight were less affected. However, the positive correlation between fall culm count and yield in 3 of the 4 experiments emphasizes the importance of selection, of proper row spacing distance, seed rate, fertilizer rate, and fertilizer placement for producing winter wheat in Michigan.

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