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Under future climate conditions, the frequency and severity of drought are expected to increase. Maize (Zea mays L.) is susceptible to drought, especially at flowering. The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of consecutive days of visible wilting (DAW) during tassel emergence using two types of Korean maize hybrids, Gwangpyeongok (Gwp;(More)
Maize (Zea mays L.) is a major crop with different uses but shows significant susceptibility to drought stress. Recent climate change has caused prolonged drought stress, but in most countries maize production relies on rain-fed cultivation. This study was to investigate the impact of the consecutive days of visible wilting (DAW) during tassel initiation(More)
The late marginal heading date (LMHD) for normal maturation has been assessed to infer the range of late transplanting date and applicability of a new cropping system. A minimum threshold temperature for grain filling can be used to determine the late marginal heading date that would allow normal maturation. In this study, a statistical procedure was(More)
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