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Effects of different photoperiod and 'Kylar' treatments on the vegetative and reproductive growth of several groundnut genotypes (A. hypogaea L.)



Effects of different photoperiod and 'Kylar' treatments on the vegetative and reproductive growth of several groundnut genotypes (A. hypogaea L.)



Einfluss unterschiedlich gestalteter Photoperiod und ' Kylar' Behandlungen auf das vegetative und reproduktive Wachstum mehrerer Erdnuss Genotypen A hypogaea L: 203



Field trials were carried out at ICRISAT, India, and laboratory experiments in Bonn. Up to 50 Arachis hypogaea genotypes were used, of which 8 were studied in detail. The effect of long days on reproductive, but not vegetative, development was strongly genotype-specific. Yields under long days ranged from similar to those under short days to 60% less. Photoperiod-sensitive genotypes were characterized particularly by slow peg development under long days.

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