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Crop Science Abstract -

Germination of Immature Kernels of Winter Wheat1

 

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  1. Vol. 7 No. 3, p. 269-270
     
    Received: Mar 9, 1966


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doi:10.2135/cropsci1967.0011183X000700030033x
  1. Larry D. Robertson and
  2. Byrd C. Curtis2

Abstract

Abstract

Immature kernels of five winter wheat varieties were germinate as fresh and as air-dried kernels at 7 C and 15 C in blotters and in soil. The kernels were collected at 3-day intervals from 15 days after anthesis until the kernels were ripe, about 39 days after anthesis.

Air-dried kernels (dried 3 days) germinate better than fresh kernels in the more immature stages. The 7 C temperature gave much higher germination than the 15 C temperature, particularly for air-dried kernels.

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