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Wind resistance of burley tobacco as influenced by depth of plants in soil



Wind resistance of burley tobacco as influenced by depth of plants in soil



Transactions of the ASAE 23(4): 1009-1011



The effect of a tobacco plant's depth in the soil on its resistance to lateral loads was investigated. Forty-eight mature plants were tested in saturated silt-loam soil. Depth significantly affected lateral force required to produce a permanent set of 15 deg from vertical. A linear relationship was described between depth in soil and the rotational moment per unit stalk width required to produce a permanent set of 15 deg from vertical.

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