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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.11.NQ66203

EFFECT OF SEEDLING THICKNESS ON YIELD OF WINTER WHEAT VARIETIES

Kholdarova Dilpuza Ergashbaevna, Zhumaboev Zukhriddin Muminovich

Abstract

Winter wheat Alekseich variety on October 15, 5 mln. Sowing at the rate of one germinating seed is the most optimal seeding rate. Seeding rates are 3-4 mln. increasing from 5-6 million grains to 1000 grain vani 1-1.5 g. led to a decrease. The norm of sowing seeds in the amount of gluten is 3 mln., 4 mln., 5 mln., 6 mln. it was observed that the amount of gluten in the grain decreased with the increase of seeding rate.

Keywords

Alekseich, Antonina, Grom, variety, winter wheat, seed, rate, yield, protein, gluten, growth, development, soil, nitrogen, phosphorus.

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