CAUSES OF THE RAPID FAILURE WHEAT YIELD IN THE REGION OF SABAC IN 1964
ARMY BIOLOGICAL LABS FREDERICK MD
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The report contains causes for the wheat failure yield in the region of Sabac, Poland in 1964. The reasons for the heat shock is the concurrence of the high air temperature with the relatively high humidity. High air temperature brought the air humidity to a state of hot steam, which paralyzed the nutritional apparatus of the wheat, which caused immediate stopping of all functions concerning transformation and movement in the useful direction of nutrients inside the plant. It is known that the nutritional apparatus of spring wheat is paralyzed at 38-40C.
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