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Effects of different irrigation levels on the production of pea seeds



Effects of different irrigation levels on the production of pea seeds



Resumos, XXIV Congresso Brasileiro de Olericultura e I Reuniao Latino Americana de Olericultura: 158



On a clayey dark red Latosol, pod and seed production of peas were not significantly affected by differing levels of available water (30-90%) up to the flowering stage, although the highest level produced more disease and more luxuriant growth.

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