In biology, the BBCH-scale for other brassica vegetables describes the phenological development of vegetables such as brussels sprouts , cauliflower and broccoli using the BBCH-scale. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The phenological growth stages and BBCH-identification keys of other brassica vegetables are: Growth stage Code Description 0: Germination 00 Dry seed 01 Beginning of seed imbibition 03 Seed imbibition complete 05 Radicle emerged from seed 07 Hypocotyl with cotyledons breaking through seed coat 09 Emergence: cotyledons break through soil surface 1: Leaf development Main shoot 10 Cotyledons completely unfolded; growing point or true leaf initial visible 11 First true leaf unfolded 12 2nd true leaf unfolded 13 3rd true leaf unfolded 1. Stages continuous till. Feller; H.
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The BBCH-scale is used to identify the phenological development stages of plants . BBCH-scales have been developed for a range of crop species where similar growth stages of each plant are given the same code.
Phenological development stages of plants are used in a number of scientific disciplines crop physiology , phytopathology , entomology and plant breeding and in the agriculture industry risk assessment of pesticides , timing of pesticide application, fertilization, agricultural insurance. The BBCH-scale uses a decimal code system, which is divided into principal and secondary growth stages, and is based on the cereal code system Zadoks scale developed by Zadoks .
Allegedly, the abbreviation is said to unofficially represent the four companies that initially sponsored its development; Bayer , BASF , Ciba-Geigy , and Hoechst. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The BBCH-scale uses a decimal code system, which is divided into principal and secondary growth stages, and is based on the cereal code system Zadoks scale developed by Zadoks  The abbreviation BBCH derives from the names of the originally participating stakeholders: " B iologische B undesanstalt, Bundessortenamt und CH emische Industrie".
BBCH Monograph. Archived from the original on Retrieved Chang; C. Konzak Weed Research. Categories : BBCH-scale.
Cereal growth staging scales attempt to objectively measure the growth of cereals. The Feekes scale is a system to identify the growth and development of cereal crops introduced by the Dutch agronomists Willem Feekes in The Zadoks scale is a cereal development scale proposed by the Dutch phytopathologist Jan C. Zadoks that is widely used in cereal research and agriculture. Knowing the stages of development of a crop is critical in many management decisions that growers make. They are represented on a scale from 10 to
Cereal growth staging scales
BBCH-scale (other brassica vegetables)
Application of the BBCH scale in grass seed crops