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Response of Florunner peanut to water stress levels induced through irrigation timing by canopy temperature

Response of Florunner peanut to water stress levels induced through irrigation timing by canopy temperature

Proceedings, American Peanut Research and Education Society 19: 49

Canopy temp. were measured daily at solar noon in groundnuts Florunner at Yoakum, Texas in 1984-86. When canopy temp. was above ambient, plants were assumed to be water stressed. The number of degrees Celsius by which canopy temp. exceeded ambient were averaged for each treatment to obtain the stress day degrees (SDD) value. SDD values were totalled each day until the sum exceeded a pre-set value for that treatment.

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