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Frost damage to canola (Brassica napus L.) during reproductive phase in a controlled environment
This study evaluated frost-related damage and benefits of cold acclimation during the reproductive phase in canola. Plants were exposed to cold acclimation and frost simulation at the start of flowering, during full flowering, and at the start of grain filling. The following were evaluated: plant mortality, number of viable ovules and silique abortion, floral buds and flowers, number of silique grains, total plant dry matter, number of siliques, total silique abortion, and grain dry matter.doi:10.31062/agrom.v27i2.26463 fatcat:pzw4tmrygzexraifxzrwlree64