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Effect Of Different Seeding Rate On Seed Production Of The Rye Variety “Gogu” In Korea, Joung-Kyong Lee, Young-Il Cho, Ouk-Kyu Han, Jong-Duk Kim Apr 2020

Effect Of Different Seeding Rate On Seed Production Of The Rye Variety “Gogu” In Korea, Joung-Kyong Lee, Young-Il Cho, Ouk-Kyu Han, Jong-Duk Kim

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

The rye (Secale cereale L.) has been used as an excellent green manure crop and good forage crop in Korea. The rye is usually recommended as a winter crop for forage and green manure after either maize or rice in Korea (Heo et al., 2009). But most of its seeds are being imported from foreign countries because the seed productions have difficulty with latematuring and the heavy raining season in the ripening stage in Korea. Therefore, a new rye variety “Gogu” with an earlymaturing and high performance was bred by National Institute of Crop Science (NICS), Suwon, Korea in 2004 ...


Wheat Grain Yield Response To Seed Cleaning And Seed Treatment As Affected By Seeding Rate During The 2018–2019 Growing Season In Kansas, R. P. Lollato, K. Mark, B. R. Jaenisch, L. Haag Jan 2020

Wheat Grain Yield Response To Seed Cleaning And Seed Treatment As Affected By Seeding Rate During The 2018–2019 Growing Season In Kansas, R. P. Lollato, K. Mark, B. R. Jaenisch, L. Haag

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

The objective of this project was to evaluate winter wheat stand count and grain yield responses to the interactions among seeding rate, seed cleaning, and seed treatment in the state of Kansas during the 2018–2019 growing season. Experiments evaluating the response of the wheat variety “SY Monument” to three seeding rates (600,000, 900,000, and 1,200,000 seeds per acre), three seed cleaning intensities (none, air screen, and gravity table), and two seed treatments (none and insecticide + fungicide) were estab­lished in a split-split plot design conducted in a complete factorial experiment at seven Kansas locations. In-season ...


Wheat Variety-Specific Grain Yield Response To Plant Density Under Intensive Management Conditions In Western Kansas, R. P. Lollato, K. Mark, B. R. Jaenisch Jan 2020

Wheat Variety-Specific Grain Yield Response To Plant Density Under Intensive Management Conditions In Western Kansas, R. P. Lollato, K. Mark, B. R. Jaenisch

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports

Seeding rate determines the first yield component of field crops, which is the plant population. However, wheat is less responsive to plant populations than other crops due to the high plasticity in tillering potential, and this responsiveness depends on resource availability. The objective of this project was to evaluate winter wheat popu­lation, grain yield, and grain test weight responses to seeding rate and its interaction with variety in a highly managed production system where manageable stresses were limited. Experiments evaluating the response of the wheat varieties ‘Joe,’ ‘WB-Grain­field,’ ‘Langin,’ and ‘LCS Revere’ to seeding rates ranging from 200 ...