The future harvest of any agricultural crop largely depends on the friendliness of the shoots that have appeared, since this aspect is directly related to the fundamental agronomic laws – the activity of the development of the root system, the appearance of uniform seedlings and obtaining the necessary plant density.
For the successful cultivation of winter crops, it is necessary to adhere to the basic rules for care, observe the sowing dates, have information about the features of the phases of plant development, etc.
The winter wedge is demanding on water throughout the growing season. But its consumption is uneven and depends on the growth phase, climatic conditions and planting density. During the period of seed germination and emergence of seedlings, a large amount of moisture is needed. Otherwise, seedlings will be sparse.
Seed germination is most intensively observed at a temperature of +20-25 °C. In this case, seedlings appear on the 7-9th day. But for a more friendly appearance of sprouts, a lower temperature is required – + 12-17 ° C.
Thus, the duration of the germination phase is extended by 15-25 days under normal conditions.
Specialists of the Grachevsky regional department of the branch of the Federal State Budgetary Institution “Rosselkhozcenter” in the Stavropol Territory, during the survey of winter crops in the fields of the region, determined that 100% of the sown 55 thousand hectares sprouted.
90% of seedlings are in good condition.
This indicates that sowing in the Grachevsky district was carried out with conditioned seeds, tested by specialists from the regional Rosselkhozcenter.
Seeds with high germination give fast and friendly shoots, which, subject to the cultivation technology, is the key to a decent harvest.
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