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Effect of antitranspirants on transpiration rate, relative water content, water-saturation deficit and yield of 'Chafa' chickpea (Cicer arietinum)



Effect of antitranspirants on transpiration rate, relative water content, water-saturation deficit and yield of 'Chafa' chickpea (Cicer arietinum)



Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 61(3): 204-206



Chickpeas Chafa grown in the 1986/87 winter season were sprayed 35 and 60 d after sowing with 1, 2 or 3% cetyl alcohol 2 or 4% kaolin, 3, 5 or 10 p.p.m. phenyl mercuric acetate, or with distilled water. Seed yield was 3.37 g/plant in control plants and 3.99-4.22 g following spraying with antitranspirants. Seed yield, harvest index and 1000-seed weight were highest in plants sprayed with phenyl mercuric acetate, while seed number was unaffected by treatment.

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