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    Naturevolume 127page405 (1931) | Download Citation



    REFERRING to the effect of increased depth of sowing, “Student” writes “When seeds do not germinate, it is equivalent to a light seeding rate“. … This is true, but changes in depth of sowing give rise to changes not only in the percentage germination but also in the time of germination. It is my experience that yield may be affected by both these factors.

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