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Seeding Rate and Genotype Effect on Agronomic Performance and End-Use Quality of Winter Wheat

Seeding Rate and Genotype Effect on Agronomic Performance and End-Use Quality of Winter Wheat,10.2135/cropsci2002.0827,Crop Science,B. Geleta,M. Atak,

Seeding Rate and Genotype Effect on Agronomic Performance and End-Use Quality of Winter Wheat   (Citations: 10)
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Journal: Crop Science - CROP SCI , vol. 42, no. 3, 2002
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    • ...GPC concentration is a primary component in determining HRSW end-use quality, and is dependent on several factors including environment, fertilizer N rate, N application timing, genotype, and the interaction of these factors (Terman, 1979; Rao et al., 1993; Garrido-Lestache et al., 2004; Souza et al., 2004)...
    • ...season can dramatically infl uence GPC (Fowler et al., 1990; Garrido-Lestache et al., 2004; Souza et al., 2004)...
    • ...According to Garrido-Lestache et al. (2004), N application timing is less critical in spring wheat since crop development is much more rapid and generally occurs over a much shorter time period compared to winter wheat...
    • ...Other research (Fowler, 2003; Garrido-Lestache et al., 2004; Souza et al., 2004) indicates GPC is strongly infl uenced by soil N availability during the growing season...

    Brian N. Ottesonet al. Seeding Rate and Nitrogen Management on Milling and Baking Quality of ...

    • ...The seeding rate was chosen as being representative of traditional seeding rates for the diverse years the cultivars were grown and because recent research indicated that grain yield and end-use quality are unaffected by larger seeding rate changes than would be expected by differing cultivar kernel weights (Geleta et al., 2002)...
    • ...The larger variances associated with environments than either genotypes or GEI, were previously reported in hard red winter wheat (Budak et al., 1995; Espitia-Rangel et al., 1999a; Geleta et al., 2002; Campbell et al., 2003)...

    H. Fufaet al. Genetic improvement trends in agronomic performances and end-use quali...

    • ...As elaborated by Geleta et al. (2002), the reasonable seeding rates have a steady effect on the heading date in the range of +1 and � 1 days...

    Qi Huet al. Earlier winter wheat heading dates and warmer spring in the U.S. Great...

    • ...For optimum seed rate Geleta et al. (1) reported on basis of response curve, that seeding rate of about 118 kg per hectare for grain yield, 97.5 kg for grain volume weight and 64 kg for 1000-kernel weight proved as optimum...
    • ...Higher grain yield at lower seed rate might be due to more 1000-kernel weight in lower seed rate (1, 16)...
    • ...Present results are in conformity with those of earlier workers (1, 2, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15)...

    Muhammad Rafique Sajjadet al. OPTIMUM SEED RATE OF WHEAT IN AVAILABLE SOIL MOISTURE UNDER RAINFED CO...

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