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  1. Vol. 57 No. 5, p. 475-479
    Received: Feb 18, 1965

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Effect on Corn Yields of Moisture Stress and Stand at Two Fertility Levels1

  1. Robert F. Dale and
  2. Robert H. Shaw2



The number of days in the period from 6 weeks before to 3 weeks after silking on which corn was under no moisture stress (NSD) was highly associated with yield. Below 40 NSD there was little difference in yields at stand levels of 12,000 and 16,000. Above 40 NSD stand level was of major importance.

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