semilate

semilate

[¦sem·i′lāt]
(botany)
Pertaining to a plant whose growing season is intermediate between midseason forms and late forms.
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Liu, "Effect of continuous tillage-free practice on the grain yield of semilate rice and soil physicochemical property," Fujian Journal of Agricultural Science, vol.
A successive 10-year experiment showed that the BD of the 0 cm to 10 cm layer soil of paddy-upland rotation was 23.4% higher than that of the continuous cropping of semilate rice [14].