Effect of Gibberellic Acid Upon Seedling Emergence of Slow and Fast Emerging Wheat Varieties1
- Robert E. Allan,
- O. A. Vogel and
- J. C. Craddock2
Soaking seeds in solutions of gibberellic acid stimulated slow-emerging wheat varieties to emerge at rates comparable to rapid-emerging varieties under both greenhouse and field conditions. Gibberellic acid treatment adversely affected seedling survival of 3 rapid-emerging varieties but did not influence survival of 2 slow-emerging varieties. Treatment did not stimulate coleoptile elongation of any varieties tested.Please view the pdf by using the Full Text (PDF) link under 'View' to the left.
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