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Title:
Yield of soybeans as influenced by genetic characteristics, climatic conditions, and nitrogen nutrition
Publication date:
1984
Summary:
Nodulating and non-nodulating isogenic soybean lines were tested in a field at Hokkaido University with and without nitrogen (300 kg N/ha) for 2-5 years, and the grain yield and yield components were studied. Among the cultivars, there was a positive correlation between the grain number per unit field area and the grain yield. Higher grain yield was due to higher grain number and a negative correlation between the grain number per unit field area and the 1000 grain weight. Higher yield is due to 1000 seed weight while the highest yield is due to grain number per unit area. Indeterminate cultivars with more pods and small seed size respond well to environment and N fertilizer. [AS/Sundar]
Call number:
A:PS
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harvest@worldveg.org

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