Arrested Ear Development in Hybrid Corn

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  • Published 2011

Abstract

w w w .b tn y. pu rd ue .e du Arrested ear development is a physiological disorder that can significantly reduce corn yields. It is not a disease, but refers to the abnormal corn ear development caused by a number of stress factors, including the application of nonionic surfactant adjuvants. At maturity, arrested ears have shorter cobs, fewer kernels per… (More)

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