Row Spacing, Plant Populations and Moisture Supply as Factors in Dryland Grain Sorghum Production1
- J. J. Bond,
- T. J. Army and
- O. R. Lehman2
Field experiments and long term weather data indicate that in the Southern Great Plains plant populations of about 18,000 plants per acre in 40-inch rows will in most years result in the best grain yields. Forage production was higher with reduced row width and increased seeding rates. Results are explained on the basis of water availability and use during the growing season.Please view the pdf by using the Full Text (PDF) link under 'View' to the left.
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