Effect of Root Zone Temperature at Various Stages of the Growing Period on the Growth of Corn1
- H. A. Knoll,
- D. J. Lathwell and
- N. C. Brady2
Root zone temperature of 15° C. for 15 days adversely affected dry matter production compared to a constant temperature of 20° C., while root zone temperature of 25° C. for 12 days stimulated dry matter production compared to 20° C. It was not possible, however, to show that there was a specific period at which root zone temperature was most critical in the early growth of corn.Please view the pdf by using the Full Text (PDF) link under 'View' to the left.
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