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Response of wheat cultivars to chlorsulfuron and the effect of nitrogen availability
(Lincoln University, 1993)
Sensitivity of wheat cultivars to the herbicide chlorsulfuron was tested and mechanisms to explain their differential response determined. In addition, a sensitive wheat cultivar, Rongotea, was selected and the effect of ...
Tiller population dynamics in wheat
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1978)
In field-sown wheat grown in Canterbury, variation in the density of ears accounts for most of the differences between grain yields (Dougherty 1973; Scott 1978; Scott et al. 1977). Ear number is a component of yield which ...
Inheritance studies in four New Zealand wheat cultivars
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1980)
Inheritance and correlations of yield, yield components, and morpho-physiological and agronomic characters involving four parent diallel crosses of F₁ and F₂ generation were studied in Kopara, Ruru, Hilgendorf and Oroua. ...