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Rainfall plus irrigation patterns and soil temperature under the canopy as indication of Florunner peanut yield and quality



Rainfall plus irrigation patterns and soil temperature under the canopy as indication of Florunner peanut yield and quality



Proceedings, American Peanut Research and Education Society, Inc 18: 49



Plot and field experiments were conducted on groundnuts Florunner in 1980-85. Each year several locations and soil types were evaluated. Soil temp. underneath the canopy and rainfall and irrigation patterns were highly correlated with plant stress, yields, aflatoxin content and other quality factors. The correlations depended on plant growth and fruiting stages.

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