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Thesis (M.S.)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1982. Department of Agronomy..
This paper presents and discusses various agronomic responses of soybeans to irrigation at selected stages of reproductive development. The approach taken differed from previous investigations in that a ‘factorial’ rather than a ‘sequential’ type of design was used to determine the response of soybean genotypes to the application of water during reproductive development. This study also involved eight soybean cultivars of varying maturity, stem growth habit, and plant height. This diversity permitted a more comprehensive evaluation of the interaction of genotype with varying irrigation schedules at different reproduction stages.
Advisor: J. H. Williams