volume 101, issue 5, P770-773 2021
DOI: 10.1139/cjps-2020-0251
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Abstract: Expansion of perennial grain and forage Kernza intermediate wheatgrass to temperate regions may be limited by its vernalization requirements. We compared vegetative and reproductive traits of Kernza plants grown in greenhouse under four environmental treatments of temperature and daylength for a 7 week induction period. Percent of plants which flowered and spikes per plant decreased from 83% and 8.2 at 4°C and 10 h to 15% and 0.4 at 26°C and 15 h, respectively. The variability observed suggests that there is …

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