Mississippi State University
Walker, Timothy W.
Golden, Bobby R.
Krutz, L. Jason
Cox, Michael S.
Date of Degree
Graduate Thesis - Open Access
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Department of Plant and Soil Sciences
‘CL151’ a Clearfield long-grain rice cultivar, was released in 2008, based upon excellent agronomic characteristics, including excellent yield and moderately resistant rating for lodging. Further experience has indicated it’s susceptibility to lodging. Lodging can reduce harvest efficiency, yield, and cause grain quality loss. The purpose of this research was to evaluate multiple management practices such as nitrogen rates and timings, seeding rate, trinexapac-ethyl application, potassium, and fungicide application to mitigate lodging for CL151. The results of this research indicate that N rate and application timing largely influence lodging incidence and grain yield. Fungicide application decreased, but did not eliminate lodging, while potassium application did not impact lodging or grain yield. Seeding rate also has a significant impact on grain yield and lodging incidence. Trinexapac-ethyl also decreased lodging incidence, but negatively impacted grain yield which was most evident when applied at 48 g ha-1 and applied at PD +14d growth stage.
Corbin, Jennifer Leann, "Evaluation of Management Practices to Mitigate Lodging for 'CL151' Rice (Oryza Sativa L.)" (2014). Theses and Dissertations. 2039.