Effects of Presoaking, Moisture Tension, and Soil Salinity on the Emergence of Grain Sorghum1
- Leon Lyles and
- Carl D. Fanning2
Presoaking increased emergence of RS610 grain sorghum slightly (maximum 26%) where the soil moisture tension exceeded Y$ atm. and salt concentrations did not exceed 10 mmhos./cm. Critical total, soil moisture stress for the variety studied was about 8 alms. Increasing moisture tension and/or soil salinity increased emergence time and decreased total emergence.Please view the pdf by using the Full Text (PDF) link under 'View' to the left.
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