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  1. Vol. 55 No. 2, p. 159-161
    Received: July 11, 1962



Sweet Corn Production as Affected by Moisture and Nitrogen Variables1

  1. C. O. Stanberry,
  2. H. A. Schreiber,
  3. M. Lowrey and
  4. C. L. Jenson2



Moisture and nitrogen variables influenced sweet corn production at various growth stages-seedling establishment, internode elongation, and pollination and grain development in a 3-year investigation. Components contributing directly to yield were plant population, ears per plant, and weight per ear (including rows of kernels per ear, kernels per row, and weight per kernel). All were affected by irrigation and/or N fertilization.

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