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The Growth and Yield of Corn. III. Soil Moisture and Temperature Effects1

 

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  1. Vol. 57 No. 2, p. 223-226
     
    Received: Aug 15, 1964


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doi:10.2134/agronj1965.00021962005700020027x
  1. G. R. Benoit,
  2. A. L. Hatfield and
  3. J. L. Ragland2

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Synopsis

Final yields decreased with late plantings independent of the soil moisture level. This phenomenon is shown to be associated with decreased temperatures during the ear-formation stage for late-planted corn. Yields of irrigated corn were higher in 1962 than 1963; however, the reverse was true for unirrigated corn yields. These response differences are related to soil moisture-temperature interactions and their effect on plant moisture stress.

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