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Fluid Journal : Fluid Journal 2008-2009
Dr. Krieg is professor emeritus of crop physiology, Mr. Allen and Mr. Reiter are former graduate students at Texas Tech University. maturity increased. This response indicates that seed development has priority over fiber development when resources are limited. From a seed company perspective, this means that the percent of marketable seed produced has increased with a resulting increase in profit margin. From a cotton producer's perspective this means that in the bag he has purchased, the percent of seed that will produce a rapidly growing seedling has increased and he can reduce his seeding rate in the confidence he will get a uniform stand of vigorous seedlings. Figure 5. Percent of seed with a density greater than 1.00 as affected by water supply and P application method and rate. Seed density less than 1.0 g/cm3 represents immature seed.
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