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The effects of peg removal on the vegetative and reproductive parts of groundnut

, : The effects of peg removal on the vegetative and reproductive parts of groundnut. Journal of Oilseeds Research 1(1): 63-69

The removal of pegs for 1 wk from the onset of flowering in 6 groundnut increased the root biomass production; haulm biomass production was increased in 2 Virginia and 2 Spanish cv., but not in 2 Valencia The numbers of aerial pegs were increased, while those of immature and mature pods were decreased.

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