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Effects of sowing rate, irrigation, and nitrogen on the components of yield of spring-sown semidwarf and standard New Zealand wheats
(Taylor & Francis on behalf of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 1975)
'Karamu', a Mexican semidwarf wheat, outyielded 'Aotea' and 'Arawa' by an average of 20% when spring sown because of better grain set per spikelet and by the formation of more spikelets per ear. Irrigation raised grain ...